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kea

[key-uh, kee-uh] /ˈkeɪ ə, ˈki ə/
noun
1.
a large, greenish New Zealand parrot, Nestor notabilis.
Origin of kea
1860-1865
Borrowed into English from Maori around 1860-65

Kea

[Greek ke-ah] /Greek ˈkɛ ɑ/
noun
1.
Keos.
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kea

/ˈkeɪə/
noun
1.
a large New Zealand parrot, Nestor notabilis, with brownish-green plumage
Word Origin
C19: from Māori, imitative of its call

Kea

noun (pl) Kea
1.
(in New Zealand) a member of the junior branch of the Scouts
Word Origin
from kea

Kéa

/ˈkɛa/
noun
1.
transliteration of the Modern Greek name for Keos
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