from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A genus of larks, of the family Alaudidæ, founded by G. R. Gray in 1841 upon certain African species which have naked nostrils and are colored like quails, as M. apiatus (or clamosa): so called from being megalophonous. Also called Corypha.
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