- macassar oil,
- macaulay, dame rose,
- macaulay, thomas babington, 1st baron,
Origin of macaw
Examples from the Web for macaw
With the macaw it was a matter of choice whether it should stay there.Afloat in the Forest|Mayne Reid
The three of us seemed to be the only living things in the world, and for a long time we—monkey, macaw, and man—listened.Edge of the Jungle|William Beebe
Now Marriott had a prodigious affection for this macaw, and she defended it with as much eagerness as if it had been her child.
To stay another week in the house after my macaw's discarded in disgrace is a thing nothing shall prevail upon me to do.
The macaw perch, which had been cut down to a height of two feet, stood behind her.By Sheer Pluck|G. A. Henty
Word Origin for macaw
species of large, long-tailed birds, 1660s, from Portuguese macau, from a word in a Brazilian language, perhaps Tupi macavuana, which may be the name of a type of palm tree the fruit of which the birds eat.