Temminck's stint

noun Tem·minck's stint \ˈtemiŋks-\

Definition of Temminck's stint

  1. :  a very small Old World sandpiper (Pisobia temminckii or Calidris temminckii) that is largely gray with sparse white markings on wings and tail

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Origin and Etymology of temminck's stint

after Conrad J. Temminck †1858 Dutch naturalist

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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