from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A genus of South American birds of the family Cotingidæ, established by G. R. Gray in 1838, in the form Pachyramphus, upon such species as P. surinamus, P. cinereus, and P. viridis, and extended by others to such as the rose-throated flycatcher
  • noun The form Pachyrhamphus is of Kaup, 1851.
  • noun A genus of reptiles.


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