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Gula, the throat. aurantiirostris Mod. L. aurantius, orange-coloured; L. -rostris, billed (rostrum, the bill). aurantiivertex Mod. L. aurantius, orange-coloured; L. vertex, the crown of the head. aurantioatrocristatus Mod. L. aurantius, orange-coloured; L. ater, atri, black; cristatus, crested (crista, a crest). aurantium/aurantius see aurantia. aurata/auratus L. auratus, gilded, ornamented with gold (aurum, auri, gold). aurea/aureus L. aureus, golden (aurum, gold). aureata L. aureatus, decorated with gold (aurum, gold).
Astec After the Aztecs, the dominant tribe and rulers of much of modern Mexico when the Spanish conquistadores arrived in 1519. Asthenes Gr. asthenes, insignificant; used as an epithet of the bird boudutes (v. Budytes) or the Yellow Wagtail Motacilla flava, to which the Neotropical canasteros were formerly, but erroneously, considered related. Astrapia Gr. astrapios, flashing, of lightning (astrape, a flash of lightning) (cf. L. astrapias, a precious black stone with gleams of light crossing the middle of it).
2 after Santa Barbara, Vera Paz, Guatemala (Otus). barbata /barbatus L. barbatus, bearded (barba, the beard); ref. to feather formation or a distinctive throat patch. e. of the Barbary Coast [v. barbara]). barbirostris L. barba, the beard; -rostris, billed; the Sad Flycatcher Myiarchus has prominent bristles springing from the base of the bill. baritula Dim. from Gr. barites, a small bird mentioned by Dionysius, not further identified. barnardi /Barnardius After Edward Barnard (17861861) English zoologist, horticulturalist, and Agent-General for the Crown Colonies.
A Chinese-English dictionary: Hakka-dialect, as spoken in Kwang-tung province by D. MacIver, M.C. MacKenzie