RED BIRD


RED BIRD
   See AKAI TORI.

Historical dictionary of modern Japanese literature and theater. . 2009.

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  • Red Bird — was a war chief of the (cho cheek) (or Winnebago Ho Chunk) tribe. He was born in 1788 and his name derived from the two preserved red birds that he wore as badges on each shoulder. He was a leader in the Winnebago War against the United States,… …   Wikipedia

  • red|bird — «REHD BURD», noun. any one of several birds with red feathers, such as the cardinal, the scarlet tanager, and the summer tanager …   Useful english dictionary

  • red bird — red′ bird′ n. sl. Etymology: 1965–70 …   From formal English to slang

  • red bird — red1 (def. 6). [1965 70] * * * …   Universalium

  • red bird — red1 (def. 6). [1965 70] …   Useful english dictionary

  • red-bird — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Red Bird (disambiguation) — Red Bird was a war chief of the Ho Chunk tribe.Red Bird may also refer to:* Red Bird Missionary School, a private K 12 Christian school * Red Bird of Paradise, a near threatened species * Red Bird Records, a record label * Red Bird River, a… …   Wikipedia

  • Red Bird Records — was a record label started by legendary American pop music songwriters Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller in 1964. Though often thought of as a girl group label, female led acts made up only 40% of the artist roster on Red Bird and its associated… …   Wikipedia

  • Red Bird Missionary School — is a private K 12 christian school located in rural Clay County, Kentucky six miles north of Beverly on the bank of the Red Bird River. It is operated by the Red Bird Missionary Conference of the United Methodist Church. It serves students from… …   Wikipedia

  • Red bird of paradise — Bird of paradise Bird of par a*dise (Zo[ o]l.) The name of several very beautiful birds of the genus {Paradisea} and allied genera, inhabiting New Guinea and the adjacent islands. The males have brilliant colors, elegant plumes, and often… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English


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