Dendroica

noun Den·droi·ca \denˈdrȯikə\

Definition of Dendroica

  1. :  a genus of brightly colored North American warblers (family Parulidae) including the Blackburnian, yellow, and magnolia warblers

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Origin and Etymology of dendroica

New Latin, from dendr- + -oica (from Greek oikos house, dwelling place) — more at vicinity


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