Finch

Many birds in other families are also commonly called `finches`, including some species in the very similar-looking waxbills or estrildid finches (family Estrildidae) of the Old World tropics and Australia; several groups of the bunting and American sparrow family (Emberizidae); and Darwin`s finches of the Galapagos islands, which provided evid......
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Finch

• (n.) A small singing bird of many genera and species, belonging to the family Fringillidae.
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finch

noun any of numerous small songbirds with short stout bills adapted for crushing seeds
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Finch

[car] Founded by Ray Finch in 1964, Finch is a car restoration company that also builds 1939 SS100 Jaguar and 1959 Ferrari Testa Rossa replicas. It is based in Mount Barker, South Australia. ...
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Finch

[software] Finch is an open-source console-based instant messaging client, based on the libpurple library. Libpurple has support for many commonly used instant messaging protocols, allowing the user to log into various services from one application. Finch uses GLib and ncurses. Finch supports OTR via a libpurple plugin. == See also == ...
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Finch

[TTC] This is the busiest TTC bus station and the sixth-busiest subway station, serving around {formatnum:{{TTC ridership|Finch}}} people per day. The station connects with other transit agencies at the adjoining Finch Bus Terminal. ==History== The station was opened on March 29, 1974, in what was then the Borough of North York, by provinci...
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Finch

Finch (fĭnch) noun ; plural Finches (-ĕz). [ Anglo-Saxon finc ; akin to Dutch vink , Old High German fincho , German fink ; confer W. pinc a finch; also English spink .] (Zoology) A small singing bird of many genera and sp...
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finch

any of several hundred species of small, conical-billed, seed-eating songbirds belonging to several families in the order Passeriformes. These ... [3 related articles]
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finch

Any of various songbirds of the family Fringillidae, in the order Passeriformes (perching birds). They are seed-eaters with stout conical beaks. The name may also be applied to members of the Emberizidae (buntings), and Estrildidae (weaver-finches)
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finch

finch, common name for members of the Fringillidae, the largest family of birds (including over half the known species), found in most parts of the world except Australia. The true finches are characterized by their stout, conical bills, used to crack open the seeds that form the bulk of their diet....
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Finch

Meaning as a surname: A reference to the bird, which formally had a reputation for stupidity.
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finch

Origin: AS. Finc; akin to D. Vink, OHG. Fincho, G. Fink; cf. W. Pinc a finch; also E. Spink. ... <zoology> A small singing bird of many genera and species, belonging to the family Fringillidae. ... The word is often used in composition, as in chaffinch, goldfinch, grassfinch, pinefinch, etc. Bramble finch. See Brambling. Canary finch, the can...
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Finch

The finch is a popular name for birds of the family Fringillidae.
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Finch

The USS Finch was an American Edsall Class escort destroyer of 1200 tons displacement launched in 1943. The USS Finch was powered by Fairbanks-Morse diesel engines providing a top speed of 19 knots and carried a complement of 220. She was armed with three 3 inch dual-purpose guns; two 40 mm anti-aircraft guns; four 20 mm anti-aircraft guns; depth c...
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finch

[n] - any of numerous small songbirds with short stout bills adapted for crushing seeds
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