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bluejay

(ˈbluːˌdʒeɪ)
n
(Animals) a common North American jay, Cyanocitta cristata, having bright blue plumage with greyish-white underparts
Translations

bluejay

[ˈbluːdʒeɪ] N (US) → arrendajo m azul
References in classic literature ?
"There's more TO a bluejay than any other creature.
The sacredness of an obligation is such a thing which you can't cram into no bluejay's head.
According to Jim Baker, some animals have only a limited education, and some use only simple words, and scarcely ever a comparison or a flowery figure; whereas, certain other animals have a large vocabulary, a fine command of language and a ready and fluent delivery; consequently these latter talk a great deal; they like it; they are so conscious of their talent, and they enjoy "showing off." Baker said, that after long and careful observation, he had come to the conclusion that the bluejays were the best talkers he had found among birds and beasts.
FELIX:--"What made you call it The Battle of the Partridge Eggs when the bluejay had just as much to do with it?"
The fox told her he knew where there was a partridges nest and a bluejays nest full of eggs.
While I was at it he asked me what my name was, but before I could tell him he started to tell me about a bluejay and a young rabbit he had catched in the woods day before yesterday, and he asked me where Moses was when the candle went out.
Bluejay Management announced leasing will launch in early July for 341EPW a new eight-story, 63-unit rental at 341 Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.
Creighton University and the Metropolitan Entertainment & Convention Authority (MECA) have reached an agreement for the Creighton Bluejay baseball team to play its home games at TD AMERITRADE Park Omaha.
This transaction was arranged by Michael Muller on behalf of BlueJay Manangement.
She became the first female recipient of the Elmhurst College Bluejay Backers' Community Service Award for her crucial role in expanding the cable TV coverage of the school's intercollegiate athletic programs.
The students also were presented with a "Bluejay Box" containing their letter of acceptance, a scholarship offer, an Elmhurst cap and more.
He has been recognized by the Elmhurst Jaycees with the Distinguished Service Award in 2001, the chamber with the Good Works Award in 2009, and Elmhurst College with the Bluejay Backers' Community Service Award in 2014.