avadavat

[n] - red Asian weaverbirds often kept as cage birds
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Avadavat

Av`a·da·vat' noun Same as Amadavat .
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avadavat

amadavat noun red Asian weaverbirds often kept as cage birds
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Avadavat

• (n.) Same as Amadavat.
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avadavat

(species Amandava, or Estrilda, amandava), plump, 8-centimetre- (3-inch-) long bird of the waxbill (q.v.) group (order Passeriformes), a popular ...
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Avadavat

===Elkman=== Final: (61/2/1); ended 14:27, 7 September 2007 (UTC) Elkman is a prolific article contributor, with two Featured Articles, a Good Article and about a dozen articles featured on Did You Know. (His work on bridge articles included beginning an article on a certain local bridge that became, well, somewhat important.) He is also a regular...
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