noun win·nard \ˈwinə(r)d\

Definition of winnard



dialectal, England

  1. :  the European redwing

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Origin and Etymology of winnard

probably by shortening & alteration from German dialect weingartdrossel winnard, literally, vineyard thrush, from German weingarten vineyard (from Middle High German wīngarte, from wīn wine—from Old High German—+ garte garden, from Old High German garto) + drossel thrush, from Old High German droscala — more at wine, yard, thrush

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a trip made at another's expense

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