from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A genus of South American monkeys, of the family Cebidœ and subfamily Pitheciinœ, containing the ouakaris or short-tailed sakis, of which there are several species, as B. cebus, B. rubicunda, B. ouakari. This genus was proposed by Spix in 1823; it is also called Ouakaria.
- n. A genus of birds, the leading one of the family Pittidœ (or Brachyuridœ); the breves or old-world ant-thrushes.
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