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bustard

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bus=tard

CIDE DICTIONARY

bustardn. [OF. & Prov. F. bistarde, F. outarde, from L. avis tarda, lit., slow bird. Plin. 10, 22; “proximæ iis sunt, quas Hispania aves tardas appellat, Græcia 'wti`das.”].
     A bird of the genus Otis.  [1913 Webster]
    " The great or bearded bustard (Otis tarda) is the largest game bird in Europe. It inhabits the temperate regions of Europe and Asia, and was formerly common in Great Britain. The little bustard (Otis tetrax) inhabits eastern Europe and Morocco. Many other species are known in Asia and Africa."  [1913 Webster]

OXFORD DICTIONARY

bustard, n. any large terrestrial bird of the family Otididae, with long neck, long legs, and stout tapering body.

Etymology
ME f. OF bistarde f. L avis tarda slow bird (? = slow on the ground; but possibly a perversion of a foreign word)

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