What is another word for birdsong?

Pronunciation: [bˈɜːdsɒŋ] (IPA)

Birdsong is a beautiful sound that we often associate with the arrival of spring. It's the chirping, tweeting, and warbling of birds that fill the air with their sweet melodies. However, there are many synonyms for the word "birdsong" that can be used to describe this delightful sound. For instance, "birdcalls" can be used to refer to the specific sounds made by different bird species. "Bird chatter" can be a more informal term to describe the playful and conversational bird sounds that we hear in the morning. "Avian melody" and "avian symphony" can be used to paint a picture of the many different birds that sing together in nature.

Synonyms for Birdsong:

What are the hypernyms for Birdsong?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Birdsong

In the branches, above Gabriel and Catherine, birdsong and golden sunlight seemed to prophesy.
"The Air Trust"
George Allan England
There was lilac in bloom and red hawthorn, and a pile of tin trunks, and when the train had puffed on, Jenny could hear birdsong everywhere.
"Carnival"
Compton Mackenzie
There were shadows in Bochyn, for all the sunlight and birdsong and sweetpeas blossom.
"Carnival"
Compton Mackenzie

Famous quotes with Birdsong

  • True solitude is a din of birdsong, seething leaves, whirling colors, or a clamor of tracks in the snow.
    Edward Hoagland
  • So, too, in the Vedanta the whole world is seen as the lila and the maya of the Self, the first word meaning "play" and the second having the complex sense of illusion (from the Latin ludere, to play), magic, creative power, art, and measuring—as when one dances or draws a design to a certain measure. From this point of view the universe in general and playing in particular are, in a special sense, "meaningless": that is, they do not—like words and symbols—signify or point to something beyond themselves, just as a Mozart sonata conveys no moral or social message and does not try to suggest the natural sounds of wind, thunder, or birdsong.
    Alan Watts

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