1.6.1.2. Bird

biʔda sʼawalabiʔda sʼáwalankingfishercfcʼaṭa·ṭa1.6.1.2BirdCompound:biʔdasʼawala
buṭaqacʰilintabuṭaqá cʰilintanchickadee [?]1.6.1.2BirdCompound:buṭaqa
cicʼa·cʼacicʼa·cʼa´nmountain quailOreortyx pictuscfšaqa·qa11.6.1.2Bird
cuhcʰi1cuhcʰi´nturkey vulture, buzzard1.6.1.2Bird
cʼaca·cacʼaca·ca´nmountain quail1.6.1.2Bird
cʼahtakcʼahtáʔnoriole (has black head and yellow breast); canary; green-backed goldfinch1.6.1.2BirdFree Variantcʼahtaccʼahtaʔ šiʔbaph. adj.cʼahtáʔ šiʔbaadjorange, yellowcf*qʰala·c 3nara·ha
cʼamʔcʼaṭacʼámʔcʼaṭanblackbird1.6.1.2Bird
cʼica·cacʼica·ca´nmountain quailsynšaqa·qa11.6.1.2Bird
cʼiya·cʼiya·´nred-tailed hawk1.6.1.2Bird
daʔṭʼoṭʼodaʔṭʼoṭʼónwestern screech owl; makes a whirring noiseMegascops kennicottiicf*daʔṭʼoʔṭʼohosiqʼ1.6.1.2Bird
docʼomʔcʼodocʼómʔcʼonsong sparrowsong is like white crownsynpʰadocʼomʔcʼošiyompilišiyompili1.6.1.2Birdpʰadocʼomʔcʼoder.pʰadócʼomʔcʼonsong sparrowsyndocʼomʔcʼošiyompili
do·noswa·lado·nóswa·langreater roadrunner; also applied to the ring-necked pheasant, an introduced speciesGeococcyx californianus1.6.1.2BirdFree Variantdonoswa·la
duweʔtaduwéʔtanAmerican bushtitPsaltriparus minimus1.6.1.2BirdCompound:*duwecsʼihta
duweʔtiliduwéʔtilinkilldeer (bird)1.6.1.2Bird
duya·mkʼiliduyamkʼilí1nblack-headed grosbeakcfsi·ṭoṭṭo1.6.1.2Bird2mim-animcall of /duyámkʼili/ "old black"Compound:*duya·m3kʼili
haṭʼaqahlehaṭʼaqáhlenWestern meadowlarkSturnella neglectasynkunu qʰala·c1.6.1.2BirdCompound:haṭʼa·1qahle1
hlahlancombining form "bird" /-hla/, "bird species perhaps"1.6.1.2Birdʔihsulhlacomp.ʔihsúlhlana big bird (condor? mythical?)
hosiqʼhosíqʼnspecies of small owl; night owl, screech owl [?]cfdaʔṭʼoṭʼosi·qʼ1.6.1.2BirdDialectal Varianthosikʼ
hoʔtʼo kʼishoʔtʼo kʼísnHouse Finch (bird)Haemorhous mexicanus1.6.1.2BirdCompound:hoʔtʼokʼi·s
koʔcʼiyakoʔcʼiyánred-shafted flicker, also called yellow-hammer (woodpecker)Colaptes auratus cafer1.6.1.2Bird
kunu qʰala·ckunu qʰálaʔnmeadowlarksynhaṭʼaqahle1.6.1.2BirdNominal Phrase:kunu*qʰala·c
kʼihšakʼihša´nseagull1.6.1.2Bird
lalalala´ngoose, wild goosecfqahlemta1.6.1.2Birdlaʔlahqʰader.láʔlahqʰaplaceWild Goose Spring: a place south of Dusty Place and northwest of Elderberry Placefr. var.laʔlaqʰa
likʼlilikʼli´nkestrel, sparrow hawkFalco sparverius1.6.1.2Bird
luʔkʼusluʔkʼúsndowny or hairy woodpeckerDendrocopos sp.1.6.1.2Birdluʔkʼusmacomp.luʔkʼúsmanwoodcock
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