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Definition of Didine

Didine
Didine Di"dine, a. (Zo["o]l.) Like or pertaining to the genus Didus, or the dodo.

Meaning of Didine from wikipedia

- Raphinae are a clade of extinct flightless birds formerly called didines or didine birds. They inhabited the Mascarene Islands of Mauritius and Rodrigues...
- Didine Djouhary (born 8 February 1999) is a French professional footballer. As of 2020, he plays for Gorodeya on loan from Shakhtyor Soligorsk. Player's...
- Newton, Edward (1 January 1869). "On the Osteology of the Solitaire or Didine Bird of the Island of Rodriguez, Pezophaps solitaria (Gmel)". Philosophical...
- pigeon is sometimes called the closest living relative of the extinct didines (Raphinae), which include the famous dodo (Raphus cucullatus). However...
- Year Title Role Director Notes 2008 Didine Jérémie Vincent Dietschy Rien dans les poches Marcel Marion Vernoux TV Movie The First Day of the Rest of Your...
- ISBN 978-0-253-00099-6. Newton, A. (1868). "XIII. On a picture supposed to represent the didine bird of the island of Bourbon (Réunion)". The Transactions of the Zoological...
- Original Screenplay Nominated - César Award for Best First Feature Film 2008 Didine Writer (with Vincent Dietschy) 2010 My Father's Guests Director and writer...
- Echo Yann Gozlan Short Heartbeat Detector Lucy Jüst Nicolas Klotz 2008 Didine Mme Mirepoix Vincent Dietschy Summer Hours Hélène Berthier Olivier ****ayas...
- guide Jean-Michel Ribes Ça se soigne? Adrienne Bledish Laurent Chouchan Didine Muriel Vincent Dietschy Un château en Espagne The new neighbor Isabelle...
- are ecologically convergent to Galliformes, and maybe even the famous didines (Raphinae). The genus contains seven species: Sulawesi ground dove, Gallicolumba...
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