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wood·lark

 (wo͝od′lärk′) also wood lark
n.
A songbird (Lullula arborea) of Europe, northern Africa, and the Middle East, having brownish plumage and a short tail and noted for its melodious song.

woodlark

(ˈwʊdˌlɑːk)
n
(Animals) an Old World lark, Lullula arborea, similar to but slightly smaller than the skylark
Translations
Heidelerche
erdei pacsirta

woodlark

[ˈwʊdlɑːk] Ntotovía f, cogujada f
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Common taxa well represented in the literary corpus and widespread throughout the country occur in this category, such as house martins and swallows (Hirundinidae spp.), wagtails (Motacilla spp.), the crow (Corvus corax), the woodlark (Lulula arborea), the cuckoo (Cuculidae spp.), the blackbird (Turdus merula), the sparrow (Passer spp.