aracari

[ahr-uh-sahr-ee]
noun
  1. any of several small toucans of the genus Pteroglossus, having strongly serrate bills and yellow underparts marked with black and red.

Origin of aracari

< Portuguese araçari < Tupi arasári
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Historical Examples of aracari

  • Now and then Guapo brought down a parrot, a macaw, or an aracari, with his blow-gun; but these were only temporary supplies.