noun, plural jun·cos.
Origin of junco
Examples from the Web for junco
Historical Examples of junco
The Junco neighborhood was a populous part of our calling district.Little Brothers of the Air
Olive Thorne Miller
In the afternoon he came upon a dead bird,—apparently a junco,—which he ate.The Grizzly
Enos A. Mills
Similar to the Pink-sided Junco but duller colored; eggs probably the same.
Its nesting habits and eggs do not differ from those of the Pink-sided Junco.
Resembles the Pink-sided Junco but is smaller, darker and duller colored.
noun plural -cos or -coes
Word Origin for junco
1706, from Spanish junco "reed, bush," as in junco ave "reed sparrow," a bird of the Indies.