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love·bird / ˈləvˌbərd/ • n. 1. a very small African and Madagascan parrot (genus Agapornis) with mainly green plumage and typically a red or black face, noted for the affectionate behavior of mated birds. 2. (lovebirds) inf. an openly affectionate couple.

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