Definition of Milvine. Meaning of Milvine. Synonyms of Milvine

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Definition of Milvine

Milvine
Milvine Mil"vine, a. [L. milvus kite.] (Zo["o]l.) Of or resembling birds of the kite kind.
Milvine
Milvine Mil"vine, n. (Zo["o]l.) A bird related to the kite.

Meaning of Milvine from wikipedia

- between El**** and the milvine kites, respectively.[according to whom?] The group may also be differentiated by size, referring to milvine kites as "large kites"...
- Helicolestes, making the genus Rostrhamus monotypic. Usually, it is placed in the milvine kites, but the validity of that group is under investigation. Snail kites...
- because of their low harrying flight". But he refers to the "typical or milvine kites" as "large kites", not hawks. Little, William; Fowler, H. W.; Coulson...
- catching prey. This feature is shared with Ictinia and with the group of true milvine kites and sea eagles (Milvus, Haliastur, Haliaaetus, and Icthyophaga)....
- raptors, many of which are strong fliers. One, exclusively in the Old World, milvine or "large" kites, are relatively large, often quite common, very generalized...
- referred only to the red or black (milvine) kites. French ornithologists used the term "milan" for both the milvine and elanine kites. Around the same...
- Haliaeetus, among other extant forms, they appear to be most closely related to milvine kites and Old World vultures, based on modern forms from these subfamilies...
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