birdie

(redirected from birdying)
Also found in: Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.

bird·ie

 (bûr′dē)
n.
1. Informal A small bird.
2. Sports
a. One stroke under par for a hole in golf.
tr.v. bird·ied, bird·ie·ing, bird·ies Sports
To shoot (a hole in golf) in one stroke under par.

birdie

(ˈbɜːdɪ)
n
1. (Golf) golf a score of one stroke under par for a hole
2. informal a bird, esp a small bird
vb
(Golf) (tr) golf to play (a hole) in one stroke under par

bird•ie

(ˈbɜr di)

n., v. bird•ied, bird•ie•ing. n.
1. a small bird.
2. a score of one stroke under par on a golf hole.
3. a shuttlecock.
v.t.
4. to make a birdie on (a golf hole).
[1785–95]

birdie

- The golf term birdie is a diminutive of bird, "first-rate thing," as it is one stroke under par for a hole.
See also related terms for par.

birdie


Past participle: birdied
Gerund: birdieing

Imperative
birdie
birdie
Present
I birdie
you birdie
he/she/it birdies
we birdie
you birdie
they birdie
Preterite
I birdied
you birdied
he/she/it birdied
we birdied
you birdied
they birdied
Present Continuous
I am birdieing
you are birdieing
he/she/it is birdieing
we are birdieing
you are birdieing
they are birdieing
Present Perfect
I have birdied
you have birdied
he/she/it has birdied
we have birdied
you have birdied
they have birdied
Past Continuous
I was birdieing
you were birdieing
he/she/it was birdieing
we were birdieing
you were birdieing
they were birdieing
Past Perfect
I had birdied
you had birdied
he/she/it had birdied
we had birdied
you had birdied
they had birdied
Future
I will birdie
you will birdie
he/she/it will birdie
we will birdie
you will birdie
they will birdie
Future Perfect
I will have birdied
you will have birdied
he/she/it will have birdied
we will have birdied
you will have birdied
they will have birdied
Future Continuous
I will be birdieing
you will be birdieing
he/she/it will be birdieing
we will be birdieing
you will be birdieing
they will be birdieing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been birdieing
you have been birdieing
he/she/it has been birdieing
we have been birdieing
you have been birdieing
they have been birdieing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been birdieing
you will have been birdieing
he/she/it will have been birdieing
we will have been birdieing
you will have been birdieing
they will have been birdieing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been birdieing
you had been birdieing
he/she/it had been birdieing
we had been birdieing
you had been birdieing
they had been birdieing
Conditional
I would birdie
you would birdie
he/she/it would birdie
we would birdie
you would birdie
they would birdie
Past Conditional
I would have birdied
you would have birdied
he/she/it would have birdied
we would have birdied
you would have birdied
they would have birdied

birdie

One under par for a hole.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.birdie - (golf) a score of one stroke under par on a holebirdie - (golf) a score of one stroke under par on a hole
golf, golf game - a game played on a large open course with 9 or 18 holes; the object is use as few strokes as possible in playing all the holes
score - a number that expresses the accomplishment of a team or an individual in a game or contest; "the score was 7 to 0"
2.birdie - badminton equipment consisting of a ball of cork or rubber with a crown of feathersbirdie - badminton equipment consisting of a ball of cork or rubber with a crown of feathers
badminton equipment - equipment for playing the game of badminton
Verb1.birdie - shoot in one stroke under parbirdie - shoot in one stroke under par  
golf, golf game - a game played on a large open course with 9 or 18 holes; the object is use as few strokes as possible in playing all the holes
shoot - throw or propel in a specific direction or towards a specific objective; "shoot craps"; "shoot a golf ball"
Translations

birdie

[ˈbɜːdɪ]
A. N
1. (Golf) → birdie m, menos uno m
2. (baby talk) → pajarito m
watch the birdie! (Phot) → ¡mira el pajarito!
B. VT (Golf) to birdie a holehacer birdie or uno bajo par en un hoyo

birdie

[ˈbɜːrdi]
n (GOLF)birdie m
to get a birdie → faire un birdie
vt (GOLF) to birdie a hole → faire un birdiebird of paradise n
(= bird) → oiseau m de paradis
(= flower) → fleur f oiseau de paradisbird of passage n (= person) → oiseau m de passagebird of prey noiseau m de proiebird sanctuary nréserve f ornithologiquebird's-eye view [ˈbɜːrdzaɪ] nvue f à vol d'oiseau, vue f d'ensemble
a bird's-eye view of Paris
BUT Paris vu d'avion.bird's nest nnid m d'oiseau, nid m d'oiseaux

birdie

n
(inf)Vögelchen nt; watch the birdiegleich kommts Vögelchen raus!
(Golf) → Birdie nt
vt (Golf) to birdie a holeein Birdie spielen
References in periodicals archive ?
According to the information made available here Friday, in the second round, Ahmed played superbly on 14 holes, birdying five of them, there were some hicups too as he encountered a double bogey on one hole and bogeys on two holes.
Whereas he played superbly on fourteen holes, birdying five of them, there were some hicups too as he encountered a double bogey on one hole and bogeys on two holes.
Tabuena, who shot a 73 in the first round, also came through in the end, birdying No.
My putting went off at the back and it was tough out there with the strong wind," rued Salvador, who looked headed for an explosive round after birdying Nos.
This isn't prevent Adam Crum from birdying the last hole.
1 Rory McIlroy leads by a stroke at 14 under par midway through the Omega Dubai Desert Classic after birdying the last three holes to card a 64 at Emirates Golf Club on Friday.
He seemed to be running away with the title after birdying the 14th and 16th, which gave him a threestroke cushion.
The team, consisting of head teaching professional Tim Backhouse, teaching professional Chris McDonnell, Golf Operations manager Jamie Skinner and Bahrain Golf Club teaching professional Stephen Hoey, got off to a strong start, birdying 12 out of the first 14 holes and holding to par on the remaining four holes.
Another American, Matt Every, threatened to get close to McIlroy after birdying the 14th to move five under and then having a chance to gain another stroke at the 15th.
Bjorn played one of the best rounds of the day, birdying the 18th for a second successive day to finish with a 66, the report added.
Swede Stenson took up where he left off when darkness set in at 1642 on Thursday, birdying the par-five 11th on the resumption after torrential rain and thunderstorms had caused a three-hour interruption a day earlier.
Tony was an avid bowler in the Auburn Bowling League; he also loved to golf, birdying the last hole he ever played at Dennis Highlands at the age of 92.