Origin of ladybird beetle
Definition for ladybird (2 of 2)
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But then the biggest danger we faced was tripping over the occasional turtle that clambered out of Ladybird Lake.
He quotes the verse in question, and it proves to be none other than the good old rhyme: "Ladybird, Ladybird, fly away home!"
Most important of these is the natural enemy of the orange-tree scale, the ladybug, or ladybird beetle.A Civic Biology|George William Hunter
As Ladybird proceeded, her charity grew wider, and finally acknowledged no bounds either social or ethical.
“I asked Jim Blake,” said Ladybird, thinking it wise to begin with the least objectionable one.
Both the Misses Flint wore a look of sternness that Ladybird could not misinterpret.