to·dy | \ ˈtōdē, -di \
Definition of tody
1 : any of several tiny nonpasserine insectivorous West Indian birds constituting the genus Todus, being closely related to the kingfishers, having a long flattened bill with strong rictal bristles, and nesting in holds in banks — see green tody
2 : any of various small brightly colored birds (as some American flycatchers) — compare royal flycatcher
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