becard

[ bek-erd, buh-kahrd ]
/ ˈbɛk ərd, bəˈkɑrd /

noun

any of several passerine birds of the genus Pachyramphus, of the American tropics, having large heads and swollen bills, and variously classified with the flycatchers or the cotingas.

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Origin of becard

< French bécard, beccard a merganser with a prominent beak, equivalent to bec beak + -ard -ard
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