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  • Mannikin | Define Mannikin at

    any of several estrildine finches of the genus Lonchura, of Asia, Australia, and the Pacific islands, often kept as cage birds.

  • Manikin | Definition of Manikin by Merriam-Webster

    Define manikin: mannequin; a little man : dwarf, pygmy — manikin in a sentence

  • Bronze mannikin - Wikipedia

    The bronze mannikin or bronze munia (Lonchura cucullata) is a small passerine (i.e. perching) bird of the Afrotropics. This very social estrildid finch is an uncommon ...

  • Manikin (disambiguation) - Wikipedia

    The terms "manikin" and "mannikin" may refer to: Manikin, a life-sized human doll used in medical education; Mannequin, a life-sized human doll used especially in sales

  • manikin - Wiktionary

    English Alternative forms . mannikin; Etymology . From Dutch manneken, Middle Dutch mannekijn. Pronunciation . Homophones: manakin, mannequin; Noun ...

  • Manikin | Define Manikin at

    Manikin definition, a little man; dwarf; pygmy. See more.

  • Mannikin - definition of mannikin by The Free Dictionary

    Define mannikin. mannikin synonyms, mannikin pronunciation, mannikin translation, English dictionary definition of mannikin. n. Variant of manikin. n 1. a variant ...

  • Mannikin | bird |

    Mannikin: Mannikin, any of numerous birds of the tribe Amadini of the songbird family Estrildidae. This name is given particularly to certain species of the genus ...

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  • mannikin | Definition of mannikin in English by Oxford ...

    Definition of mannikin - a small waxbill of the Old World tropics, typically brown, black, and white and often kept as a cage bird.,

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