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kagu

(ˈkɑːɡuː)
n
(Animals) a crested nocturnal bird, Rhynochetos jubatus, with a red bill and greyish plumage: occurs only in New Caledonia and is nearly extinct: family Rhynochetidae, order Gruiformes (cranes, rails, etc)
[native name in New Caledonia]
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Of possible loans 5 may be Baltic: allikas 'source', kagu 'cuckoo', lava 'stage', poud 'drought' , tosi 'truth', 11 may be Germanic: kare 'rough' , kilp 'shield' , paljas 'bare', pohi 'north', ptiha 'holy', rahu 'peace', raiu-(ma) 'to cut, to chop', saun 'sauna', tupp 'sheath', tosi 'truth', tais 'full', 1 Indo-European (ong 'fishhook') and 4 Indo-Iranian loans: osa 'part', pohi north', suga 'coarse brush', toota-(ma) 'to promise'.
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