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Pronunciation: [pˈɪpɪt] (IPA)

Pipits are small, ground-dwelling birds that belong to the genus Anthus. They are found all over the world and are known for their beautiful songs, which they use to attract mates or communicate with each other. In English, the word "pipit" is often used to refer to any member of the genus Anthus, but there are several other words that can be used as synonyms. These include titlark, which is a common name used in parts of Europe and Asia, and wagtail, which is used to describe a specific type of pipit that has a distinctive tail-wagging behavior. Other synonyms for pipit include pipit lark and meadow pipit.

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Usage examples for Pipit

After this the cuckoo stood a minute or two feeling back with its wings, as if to make sure that the pipit was fairly overboard, and then subsided into the bottom of the nest.
"My Studio Neighbors"
William Hamilton Gibson
The large hornbill was named "Gasalo," the smaller kind "Talactic," the large pigeon "Buabu," a bee-eater "Patirictiric," and other names were "pipit," "Culiaun," "Alibasbas," "Quilaquilbunduc," "Papalacul," "Batala," "Batubatu," "Culasisi."
"Wanderings Among South Sea Savages And in Borneo and the Philippines"
H. Wilfrid Walker
On such days in July and on any mild misty morning, standing on the mound within the moat I would listen to the sounds from the wide open plain, and they were sounds of spring-the constant drumming and rhythmic cries of the spur-wing lapwings engaged in their social meetings and "dances," and the song of the pipit soaring high up and pouring out its thick prolonged strains as it slowly floated downwards to the earth.
"Far Away and Long Ago"
W. H. Hudson

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