Weka

The weka (also known as Maori hen or woodhen) (Gallirallus australis) is a flightless bird species of the rail family. It is endemic to New Zealand, where four subspecies are recognized. Weka are sturdy brown birds, about the size of a chicken. As omnivores, they feed mainly on invertebrates and fruit. Weka usually lay eggs between August and Janu...
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weka

(from the article `New Zealand`) ...the most interesting of which are flightless. The moa was a large bird, eventually exterminated by the Maori. The kiwi, another flightless ...
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weka

maori hen noun flightless New Zealand rail of thievish disposition having short wings each with a spur used in fighting
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Weka

[machine learning] The Weka (pronounced Weh-Kuh) workbench contains a collection of visualization tools and algorithms for data analysis and predictive modeling, ....together with graphical user interfaces for easy access to this functionality. The original non-Java version of Weka was a TCL/TK front-end to (mostly third-party) modeling alg...
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Weka

We'ka noun (Zoology) A New Zealand rail ( Ocydromus australis ) which has wings so short as to be incapable of flight.
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weka

[n] - flightless New Zealand rail of thievish disposition having short wings each with a spur used in fighting
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