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Meaning of "yeldring" in the English dictionary

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PRONUNCIATION OF YELDRING

yeldring  [ˈjeldrɪŋ] play
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GRAMMATICAL CATEGORY OF YELDRING

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Yeldring is a noun.
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WHAT DOES YELDRING MEAN IN ENGLISH?

yeldring

Yellowhammer

The yellowhammer is a passerine bird in the bunting family that is native to Eurasia and introduced to New Zealand. Most European birds remain in the breeding range year-round, but the eastern subspecies is partially migratory, with much of the population wintering further south. The male yellowhammer has a bright yellow head, streaked brown back, chestnut rump and yellow underparts. Other plumages are duller versions of the same pattern. The yellowhammer is common in open areas with some scrubs or trees, and forms small flocks in winter. It has a characteristic song with an "A little bit of bread and no cheese" rhythm. The song is very similar to that of its closest relative, the pine bunting, with which it interbreeds. Breeding commences mainly in April and May, with the female building a lined cup nest in a concealed location on or near the ground. The 3–5 eggs are patterned with a mesh of fine dark lines, giving rise to the old name for the bird of "scribble lark". The female incubates the eggs for 12–14 days to hatching, and broods the altricial downy chicks until they fledge 11–13 days later.

WORDS THAT RHYME WITH YELDRING


bearing
ˈbɛərɪŋ
bring
brɪŋ
catering
ˈkeɪtərɪŋ
considering
kənˈsɪdərɪŋ
covering
ˈkʌvərɪŋ
during
ˈdjʊərɪŋ
engineering
ˌɛndʒɪˈnɪərɪŋ
flooring
ˈflɔːrɪŋ
gathering
ˈɡæðərɪŋ
hearing
ˈhɪərɪŋ
hiring
haɪrɪŋ
manufacturing
ˌmænjʊˈfæktʃərɪŋ
measuring
ˈmɛʒərɪŋ
monitoring
ˈmɒnɪtərɪŋ
offering
ˈɒfərɪŋ
ring
rɪŋ
spring
sprɪŋ
string
strɪŋ
wearing
ˈwɛərɪŋ
yoldring
ˈyəʊldrɪŋ

WORDS THAT BEGIN LIKE YELDRING

yeld
Yelisavetgrad
Yelisavetpol
Yelizaveta Petrovna
yelk
yell
yeller
yelling
yelloch
yellow
yellow archangel
yellow belly
yellow bile
yellow box
yellow brain fungus
yellow brick road
yellow cake
yellow card
yellow cress
yellow fever

WORDS THAT END LIKE YELDRING

boring
caring
clearing
coloring
file sharing
file-sharing
fingering
headring
inspiring
occurring
photo-sharing
procuring
referring
rendering
starring
steering
suffering
touring
wiring
wondering

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यॉल्डिंग
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «YELDRING»

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A History of British Birds, Indigenous and Migratory: ...
Yeldring, 445. Yite, 445. Yowley, 445. Yeldring, 445.' Yeldrock, 446. Yoldring, 445. Yolkring, 446. Zootomy, the basis of classification, 85. GENERAL. INDEX. G31.
William MacGillivray, 1837
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A history of British birds, indigenous and migratory
Wild Dove, 268. Winter excursion, 295. White-backed Dove, 254, 268. White Game, 187. Grouse, 187. Whin Linnet, 371. Wood Dove, 287. Wood Grouse, 131, 138. Pigeon, 259. Yellow Bunting, 436, 445. Hammer, 445. Yeldring, 445. Yite, 445.
William Macgillivray, 1837
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English Language Word Builder
... MAZARINE PROCAINE SIMAZINE TELECINE BANXRING BLUEWING FOREKING LEGERING PFENNING SPONSING YELDRING ADAPTION AVULSION EGESTION EXACTION GUMPHION LENITION ORILLION SCANSION STILLION IS+ ...
Bob Jackman, 2012
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An etmological dictionary of the scottish language
Isl. gelid, gall, infaecundus, effaetus ; Dan. gold, Su. G. gall, id. galko, vacca sterilis. YELDRING, YELDR1N, s. A yel- low-ljammer, S. tautologically yellow- yeldrin, also yellow-yite. Sibbald. A.S. geole, yellow, and ring; perh. from the yellow ring, ...
John Jamieson, 1818
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The beauties of Scotland: containing a clear and full ...
... wa_ter.ouz.el or water crow,_chatterer, greenfinch, common bunting or buntling, 'yellow hag_nrrrer_or yellow _ _ yeldring, red sparrow,.snowbunting _or ..snowfleck, goldfinch or goldspink, chaflincher or green lintwhite, bramb1ing, sparrow, ...
Robert Forsyth, 1806
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A glossary of North country words, in use: From an original ...
Yell-house, an ale-house. — Yell- wife, the lady of " mine host," a hostess in her own right. Yellow-yowley, Yold-ring, the yellow bunting. Emberiza citrinella. — Linnaeus. A vulgar prejudice exists in Scotland against this bird. V. Jam. yeldring.
John Trotter Brockett, 1825
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British Birds' Eggs and Nests, Popularly Described
Yellow Bunting, Yellow Yowley, Gold-spink, Yellow Yeldring, Yellow Yoldring, or Yeorling, Yeldrock, Yellow Yite, Yoit, &c — I used to hear in Berwickshire, that " The Brock, the Toad, and the Yellow Yeorling, Get a drap o' the Duil's bluid ilka ...
John Christopher Atkinson, 1861
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Wilson's Tales Series:
Andthere is a nest inthat stonewall which surrounds theplantation—itisthat of the stonechatter—filthy, unsonsy bird, fit companion for the yellow yeldring,which conceals her treasure 'neath atuft of grass on the bent, and is trodden under foot.
Alexander Leighton, 2013
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A Natural History of the Nests and Eggs of British Birds
YELLOW YELDRING. YELLOW YOLDHINO. YELLOW YITE. YELDROCK. YOLKRING. YOIT. SKITE. GOLDIE. PLATE LXXVIII. Emberiza citrinella, Pennant. Montagu. " Jiava, Brisson. The nest, which is rather bulky, is usually placed either on or ...
Francis O. Morris, 1870
10
Alfred Hagart's household
whispered he, getting quite excited, " see the new one just lighted, that 's a yellow -yeldring." And next moment Jack was knocked almost speechless at the success of his ruse, for there amongst the crumbs, pecking away with diligence, was a ...
Alexander Smith, 1866

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« EDUCALINGO. Yeldring [online]. Available <https://educalingo.com/en/dic-en/yeldring>. Nov 2019 ».
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