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Translations of “cuckoo”
in Korean 뻐꾸기…
in Arabic الوَقواق…
in Malaysian sewah padang…
in French coucou…
in Russian кукушка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 杜鵑(鳥),布穀鳥…
in Italian cuculo…
in Turkish guguk kuşu…
in Polish kukułka…
in Spanish cuco…
in Vietnamese chim cu cu…
in Portuguese cuco…
in Thai นกชนิดหนึ่งที่ชอบวางไข่ไว้ในรังนกชนิดอื่น…
in German der Kuckuck…
in Catalan cucut…
in Japanese カッコウ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 杜鹃(鸟),布谷鸟…
in Indonesian burung kukuk…
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