cuckoo

  1. a man who is a stupid fool
  2. any of numerous European and North American birds having pointed wings and a long tail

Cuckoo

The cuckoos are a family, Cuculidae, of near passerine birds, named for the common cuckoo of Europe. The order Cuculiformes, in addition to the cuckoos, also includes the turacos (family Musophagidae, sometimes treated as a separate order, Musophagiformes). Some zoologists and taxonomists have also included the unique hoatzin in the Cuculiformes, ...
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cuckoo

[n] - any of numerous European and North American birds having pointed wings and a long tail 2. [v] - repeat monotonously, like a cuckoo repeats his call
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Cuckoo

• (n.) A bird belonging to Cuculus, Coccyzus, and several allied genera, of many species.
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cuckoo

noun any of numerous European and North American birds having pointed wings and a long tail
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Cuckoo

[Mineral, Virginia] Cuckoo is a Federal style house in the small community of Cuckoo, Virginia near Mineral, Virginia, built in 1819 for Henry Pendleton. Cuckoo was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on August 19, 1994. The house is prominently sited on U.S. Route 33, which curves around the house. Cuckoo`s interior retains ...
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Cuckoo

[Monks song] `Cuckoo` is a single by The Monks. The B-side is `I Can`t Get Over You`. It marked a softening of their sound, having been pressured to make something more commercial to garner more success. The Monks had disdain towards this single (especially `Cuckoo`, which Gary Burger once described as `a dog`s ass`) but have recently warme...
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Cuckoo

[sniper] A cuckoo is a military slang term for a sniper, disguised in a sprawling tree. This word has been particularly applied to the Finnish Winter War snipers and the World War II German snipers, who took pot-shots from hidden vantage points. During World War II, before 1944, the German high command left many cuckoos behind as their armi...
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Cuckoo

Cuck'oo noun [ Middle English coccou , cukkow , F. coucou , probably of imitative origin; confer Latin cuculus , Greek ............, Sanskrit k...ki...a , German kuckuk , Dutch koekoek .] (Zoology) A bird belonging to Cuculus , Cocc...
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Cuckoo

a course and irregular barring pattern in feathers
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cuckoo

any of numerous birds of the family Cuculidae (order Cuculiformes). The name usually designates some 60 arboreal members of the subfamilies ... [8 related articles]
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Cuckoo

Cuckoo is a simple round card game which can be played by a large number of people. It dates back to the 17th century, maybe earlier. Other names for this game are Ranter Go Round and Chase the Ace. In the USA it is also known as 'Screw Your Neighbour'.
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Cuckoo

Cuckoo is slang for a timepiece, a watch or clock.
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cuckoo

cuckoo, common name for members of the extensive avian family Cuculidae, including the ani and the roadrunner (Geococcyx californianus), widely distributed in temperate and tropical regions. Cuckoos are slender-bodied, long-tailed birds with medium to stout down-curved bills, pointed wings, short le...
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cuckoo

Species of bird, any of about 200 members of the family Cuculidae, order Cuculiformes, especially the Eurasian cuckoo Cuculus canorus, whose name derives from its characteristic call. Somewhat hawklike, it is about 33 cm/1.1 ft long, bluish-grey and barred beneath (females ...
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Cuckoo

The Cuckoo (Cuculus) or gowk, is a scansorial or climbing bird, the type of the family Cuculidae, now almost extinct in Britain. The note from which it derives its name is a love-call used only in the mating season. The greater number of species belonging to the genus are confined to hot countries, more especially India and Africa, though some are ...
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