- n. alternative spelling of myna.
- n. tropical Asian starlings
“(Acridotheres tristis, also "mynah" bird) are aggressive towards Australia's native bird populations, frequently scaring them out of nesting sites.”
“Most of all, though, Tommy talked about two things in that shop: Charlie the mynah bird and that damned spider monkey.”
“Fiordiligi was renamed Pualani, Dorabella became Keanani, and Despina was transformed into a girl from Maui named Leilani, who clearly understood that "to catch mynah bird, you use guava.”
“Penn was clearly very proud of his mynah bird performance.”
“There are a huge range of attractions, but these were our favourites: the aviary – the mynah bird repeated our Brummie "hello!”
“The mynah bird still had its head tucked under its wing.”
“Exotic birds include Indian mynah Acridotheres tristis and barn owl Tyto alba affinis.”
“The bicker of mynah birds awoke Emmanuel and he rolled out of bed.”
“South America, mynah birds and Old World climbing ferns from Asia, vervet monkeys from Africa, ladybird beetles from Australia, and feral cats from”
“On this album from Roller Ship ahbez sings of mynah birds, snakes being chased by mongooses, and his banana, in no particular order of significance.”
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