While traveling through the countries of the Middle East, you’ll notice that Arabs really have a love for birds. Outside many shops, for example, you’ll often find a birdcage with a canary singing in it. (By the way, the name of the small bird in Arabic is nearly the same as it is in English – کناری or kanary.)
What’s more, you also might find that some people keep parrots that speak better Arabic than you! Don’t be jealous, however, because after reading this blog post about bird’s names in Arabic, you just might be able to carry on a conversation with a ببغاء / babagha’ (or “parrot” in English) all by yourself.
Ever wonder what the name of a robin is in Arabic? Maybe you need to know how to say eagle in Arabic. Whatever the case, we’ve got you covered with our list of Arabic bird words:
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