toucanet

noun tou·can·et \¦tükə¦net\

Definition of toucanet

plural

-s

  1. :  any of several small South and Central American toucans constituting the genus Aulacorhynchus and having both sexes predominantly green in color

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Origin and Etymology of toucanet

toucan + -et


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