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What is the adjective form of bird?

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Answered 2014-05-11 03:30:36

The word can be used like an adjective in some compound words, such as birdhouse and birdsong. One can also use the adjective, "bird-like." The most common adjective meaning "related to birds" is avian, from the Latin, avis.

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