lovebird
Noun

lovebird (plural lovebirds)

  1. Any small parrot from one of the nine species within the genus Agapornis. Sometimes they are kept as cage birds and are noted for their affection towards each other.
  2. (metaphorical, usually, in the plural) One of the members of an openly affectionate couple.
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