Yaffle

Yaf'fle noun [ Probably imitative of its call or cry.] (Zoology) The European green woodpecker ( Picus, or Genius, viridis ). It is noted for its loud laughlike note. Called also eccle , hewhole , highhoe , laughing bird , popinjay , rain bird ,...
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yaffle

<zoology> The European green woodpecker (Picus, or Genius, viridis). It is noted for its loud laughlike note. Called also eccle, hewhole, highhoe, laughing bird, popinjay, rain bird, yaffil, yaffler, yaffingale, yappingale, yackel, and woodhack. ... Origin: Probably imitative of its call or cry. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 199...
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Yaffle

• (n.) The European green woodpecker (Picus, / Genius, viridis). It is noted for its loud laughlike note. Called also eccle, hewhole, highhoe, laughing bird, popinjay, rain bird, yaffil, yaffler, yaffingale, yappingale, yackel, and woodhack.
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Yaffle

[Naval Acronyms and Slang] To eat (RN)
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yaffle

an armful of dried or nearly dried salt fish; the amount of dried fish that could be comfortably carried under one arm. It was also used as a verb, as in to take up an armful of fish. It also had a more general usage as a verb, referring to the work of spreading, gathering and piling fish.
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