noun, plural quet·zals, quet·za·les [ket-sah-leys]. /kɛtˈsɑ leɪs/.
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It was a Chiriqui quetzal, perched upon a small slab brought from Palenque and fastened as a bracket above the fireplace.A Speckled Bird|Augusta J. Evans Wilson
This is the home of the resplendent trogon, called the quetzal—the imperial bird of the Quiches.The Western World|W.H.G. Kingston
While the king, his warriors and people, are gathered to the combat, Quetzal steps from the canoe to the sea-shore.
A certain lord in the palace, who goes thrice a week to the shrine of Quetzal, has faith in the gossip and the paba.
Prince of Tezcuco, he said, son of the wise Hualpilli, from the sun Quetzal looks down on the earth.