picus

Latin, meaning: woodpecker.
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Picus

[n] - type genus of Picidae
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Picus

Pi'cus noun ; plural Pici . [ Latin , a woodpecker.] (Zoology) A genus of woodpeckers, including some of the common American and European species.
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Picus

genus Picus noun type genus of Picidae
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Picus

• (n.) A genus of woodpeckers, including some of the common American and European species.
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Picus

in Roman mythology, a woodpecker sacred to the god Mars. It was widely worshipped in ancient Italy and developed into a minor god. Picus was an ...
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Picus

Picus An ancient Italian god of agriculture with prophetic powers. In Latin legend, he was a brave warrior, the first of Latium, and was finally turned into a woodpecker by Circe, whose love he rejected.
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Picus

Picus was a Roman god. He was the son of Saturnus and father of Faunus. His wife was Canens. He was a prophet and god of the forest.
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Picus

[genus] Picus is a genus of birds in the woodpecker family. It has representatives in Europe, Asia and North Africa. These are large woodpeckers, typically with green upperparts. They are found in forests or more open woodland, and lay their white eggs in a tree hole nest, typically on a bed of wood chips. Picus woodpeckers are primarily in...
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