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woodlark

[ wood-lahrk ]
/ ˈwʊdˌlɑrk /
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noun
a small, European songbird, Lullula arborea, noted for its song in flight.
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Origin of woodlark

First recorded in 1275–1325, woodlark is from the Middle English word wodelarke.See wood1, lark1
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British Dictionary definitions for woodlark

woodlark
/ (ˈwʊdˌlɑːk) /

noun
an Old World lark, Lullula arborea, similar to but slightly smaller than the skylark
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