Definition of myna :
Any one of numerous species of Asiatic starlings of the genera Acridotheres, Sturnopastor, Sturnia, Gracula, and allied genera. In habits they resemble the European starlings, and like them are often caged and taught to talk. See Hill myna, under Hill, and Mino bird.
minah, mynah, mynah bird, myna bird, mina
bird (part of speech: noun)
goose, road runner, snipe, crested jay, stork, peregrine, yellowbird, penguin, bluebill, crane, barn owl, condor, turkey, lark, sandpiper, blackbird, peacock, egret, swallow, crow, ibis, duck, bird, mallard, heron, oriole, tern, parrot, grouse, swift, robin, parakeet, vulture, loon, hummingbird, partridge, wren, thrush, bittern, pheasant, mourning dove, harrier, dove, horned owl, kingfisher, canary, sea gull, woodpecker, gull, pelican, mockingbird, ostrich, tit, cormorant, eagle, cuckoo, weaver, owl, grosbeak, cockatoo, jackdaw, cardinal, dodo, chickadee, goldfinch, sheldrake, osprey, plover, coot, teal, raven, falcon, hawk, grackle, nuthatch, redwing, booby, waxwing, squab, rook, Canada goose, blue jay, nightingale, starling, bluebird, ringtail, lovebird, swan, puffin, curlew, bald eagle, macaw, emu, cassowary, quetzal, turtledove, flamingo, magpie, pigeon, sparrow, finch, jay, buzzard, bullfinch, spoonbill, songbird, albatross, redbird
- Mr. J. E. Cripps tells us that at Furreedpore, in Bengal, this Myna is " very common, and a permanent resident. - "The Nests and Eggs of Indian Birds, Volume 1", Allan O. Hume.
- This Myna will, by preference, build near houses, but in no case in a house; it must have a tree." - "The Nests and Eggs of Indian Birds, Volume 1", Allan O. Hume.
- With decorations and maps by Myna and Lewis Browne. - "U.S. Copyright Renewals, 1959 January - June", U.S. Copyright Office.