/ (ˈkɑːkɑːˌriːkiː) /
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noun plural kakariki
any of various green-feathered New Zealand parrots of the genus Cyanoramphus
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According to Mr. Angas, the Kakariki, or green lizard, is specially venerated as an Atua.Curiosities of Superstition|W. H. Davenport Adams