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  • noun Plural form of rainbird.

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Examples

  • You do this by renting what are called "rainbirds," these big, huge contraptions that are basically one big pipe on rollers and it's pointed up at the sky with three or four smaller pipes dangling off it.

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  • They have apparently been singing for a couple of weeks in a location just east of here (La Floresta) according to a Mexican friend, which means the rains are due (if you believe in the rainbirds 'ability to fortell the arrival of rain) in another four weeks or so. travisdyer

    Rainy season

  • They have apparently been singing for a couple of weeks in a location just east of here (La Floresta) according to a Mexican friend, which means the rains are due (if you believe in the rainbirds 'ability to fortell the arrival of rain) in another four weeks or so. travisdyer

    Rainy season

  • And I just heard the rainbirds singing loud and long this evening down at the plaza in Ajijic.

    Rainy season

  • Alas, no rainbirds on the west end of the lake yet. jl1

    Rainy season

  • They have apparently been singing for a couple of weeks in a location just east of here (La Floresta) according to a Mexican friend, which means the rains are due (if you believe in the rainbirds 'ability to fortell the arrival of rain) in another four weeks or so. travisdyer

    Rainy season

  • Alas, no rainbirds on the west end of the lake yet. jl1

    Rainy season

  • And I just heard the rainbirds singing loud and long this evening down at the plaza in Ajijic.

    Rainy season

  • And I just heard the rainbirds singing loud and long this evening down at the plaza in Ajijic.

    Rainy season

  • Alas, no rainbirds on the west end of the lake yet. jl1

    Rainy season

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