Definition of Bengalese. Meaning of Bengalese. Synonyms of Bengalese

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Definition of Bengalese

Bengalese
Bengalese Ben`gal*ese", a. Of or pertaining to Bengal. -- n. sing. & pl. A native or natives of Bengal.

Meaning of Bengalese from wikipedia

- Bengali or Bengalee, or Bengalese may refer to: something of, from, or related to Bengal, a large region in South Asia Bengalis, an ethnic and linguistic...
- Known as the Society finch in North America and the Bengalese finch elsewhere, Lonchura striata domestica is a domesticated finch not found in nature...
- The Indian eagle-owl (Bubo bengalensis), also called the rock eagle-owl or Bengal eagle-owl, is a large horned owl species native to hilly and rocky scrub...
- → Aragonese Aceh → Acehnese ****am → ****amese Bali → Balinese BengalBengalese BeninBeninese (also Beninois) Bern → Bernese BearnBearnese Bhutan...
- Moor with his turban here. There are Javanese from Java, ****anese and Bengalese from Bengal. Among all these people are the Chinese whose numbers here...
- differences between white-rumped munias and its domesticated counterpart (Bengalese finch), the wild munias use a highly stereotyped song sequence, whereas...
- Bengalese Indian Indian rock-cut architecture Karnataka ****stani Mauryan 321–185 BC (All India) Khmer Indonesian Buddhist Temple Hindu Temple Nagara...
- from Gujarati bangalo, from Hindi bangla "low, thatched house," lit. "Bengalese," used elliptically for "house in the Bengal style." Coolie— 1598, "name...
- some parts of ****an. Its domesticated descendant, the society finch or Bengalese finch, is found worldwide as a pet and a biological model organism. In...
- albc-usa.org. Svanberg, Ingvar (2008). "Towards a cultural history of the Bengalese Finch (Lonchura domestica)". Der Zoologische Garten. 77 (5–6): 334–344...