Alauda

noun Alau·da \ə-ˈlȯ-də, -ˈlau̇-\

Definition of Alauda

  1. :  the type genus of Alaudidae comprising the skylark

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Origin and Etymology of alauda

New Latin, from Latin, lark, from Gaulish


First Known Use: 1754


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