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Folktales and royal texts are replete with mynahs, parrots, and pigeons that adorned imperial courts and entertained wealthy families.
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Origin and Etymology of mynah
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Definition of mynah for English Language Learners
: a black bird from Asia that is often kept as a pet and trained to copy the sounds of words
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