Pipridae

plural noun Pip·ri·dae \ ˈpiprəˌdē \

Definition of Pipridae

:a family of birds (suborder Tyranni) consisting of the manakins and sometimes treated as a subfamily of the Cotingidae

piprine

\ˈpiˌprīn, ˈpīˌp-\ adjective

piproid

\ˈpiˌprȯid\ adjective

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Origin and Etymology of pipridae

New Latin, from Pipra, type genus + -idae


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