noun, plural mer·gan·sers, (especially collectively) mer·gan·ser.
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Origin of merganser
Words nearby merganser
How to use merganser in a sentence
The nesting of the hooded merganser is even more erratic than its occurrence.
The habits of the Goosander and Merganser are so much alike that further detail is unnecessary.
The females and young birds of the Goosander and Merganser are popularly called Dun-divers.
The name Merganser, that is, 'Diving Goose', has reference to the size of the bird and its habit of diving for its food.
Spic′ūlum, a spicule; Spike′bill, a merganser, a sawbill: the marbled godwit.