noun, plural dron·gos.
Origin of drongo1
noun, plural dron·gos. Australian Slang.
Origin of drongo2
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Historical Examples of drongo
The drongo cuckoo is as like the king-crow as one pea is to another.
The drongo appears well adapted at Rota, where it prefers cultivated areas and the bombed village sites to thick woodlands.The Avifauna of Micronesia, Volume 3
Rollin H. Baker
The drongo builds earlier, for it is usually feeding its young while the oriole is incubating.
The drongo cuckoo (Surniculus lugubris) is a bird of which I know practically nothing.
My lack of knowledge of the habits of the drongo cuckoo is, however, not my chief reason for desiring to write about it.