noun, plural dron·gos.
Origin of drongo1
Definition for drongo (2 of 2)
noun, plural dron·gos. Australian Slang.
Origin of drongo2
Examples from the Web for drongo
The drongo cuckoo (Surniculus lugubris) is a bird of which I know practically nothing.
May not the blackness and the forked tail of the drongo cuckoo have arisen in the same way as they arose in the king-crow?
On the other hand, a captive Racket-tailed drongo rejected toads when offered to it.The Making of Species|Douglas Dewar
The drongo builds earlier, for it is usually feeding its young while the oriole is incubating.
This drongo was seen in areas where the trees had been cut, sitting on limbs and darting out after insects.Birds from North Borneo|Max C. Thompson