- warbeck, perkin,
- warble fly,
- warbling vireo,
- warburg, otto heinrich,
Origin of warbler
Examples from the Web for warbler
She must have told her that dozens of species of warbler—all little and bright, with voices like flutes—came north every spring.
The 567 common name there given it, Bec-figue, is also applied to a species of the Warbler genus.Reptiles and Birds|Louis Figuier
But Mr. Warbler, despite the reverses which he had evidently suffered, stood proudly and gracefully erect.The History and Records of the Elephant Club|Knight Russ Ockside and Q. K. Philander Doesticks
The Dartford warbler, he said in the course of conversation, had unhappily long been extinct in the county.Birds and Man|W. H. Hudson
Soon a thrush or a warbler awakens in full song, and is followed by a host of other voices, until the air pulsates with music.North America|Israel C. Russell
The first published report of the nesting of the Cape May warbler was perhaps based on an error in identification.
agent noun from warble (v.). Applied to Old World songbirds by 1773 and to North American birds that look like them but sing little by 1783.