birddom
Noun

birddom (uncountable)

  1. The state of being a bird, or of belonging to the world of birds; birds collectively.
    • 1895, Walter F. Webb, The Museum: A Journal Devoted to Research in Natural Science, Volumes 1-3, page 337:
      The parrot particularly, which may be considered the autocrat of the feathered tribes leads all birddom in the number and variety of diseases to which it is subject.



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