Origin of owlet
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The Owlet is twin to that quaint little bird, so its name flew to her and stayed.Lotus Buds
The owlet itself is a tiny creature, about the size of a sparrow.Birds of the Indian Hills
My owlet is still very friendly, but, to my sorrow, most untidy.Letters to an Unknown
At that moment, the repeated call of the owlet came down from far above.
It came presently, the cry of the owlet repeated, as Gorlias had repeated it.
- a young or nestling owl
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