witwall

noun
wit·wall | \ ˈwiˌtwȯl \
plural -s

Definition of witwall 

dialectal, British

: the European great spotted woodpecker

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History and Etymology for witwall

obsolete English, golden oriole, from obsolete German witwal, wittewal (now widewal, wiedewal), from Middle High German witewal, wittewal, from wite wood (from Old High German witu) + -wal (of unknown origin)

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