European bird cherry
See under bird cherry(def 1).
any of several species of cherry, especially Prunus padus (European bird cherry), of Europe and Asia, and P. pensylvanica (pin cherry), of the U.S.
the fruit of any such tree, for which birds have a particular liking.
Origin of bird cherry
First recorded in 1590–1600
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