manacus

noun
man·a·cus | \ˈmanə̇kəs\

Definition of manacus 

1 capitalized : a genus consisting of manakins distinguished by having the throat feathers elongated

2 plural -es : any bird of the genus Manacus

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History and Etymology for manacus

New Latin, modification of Dutch manneken little man

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