|Australian finch||zebra finch|
|(Australian Slang) elderly person; geriatric person||gerry|
|(Australian slang) mongrel||mong|
|(Australian Slang) work break||smoko|
|(Australian) man who lives on a sheep or cattle farm as an apprentice||jackaroo|
|(Australian) pal, friend, mate, buddy||cobber|
|African weaverbird, bottom-dwelling fish, East African finch, grenade-carrying soldier, member of the first regiment of household infantry, member of the Grenadier Guards of the British Army; soldier who throws grenades (Obsolete); member of an elite u...||grenadier|
|afternoon, evening (Australian slang)||arvo|
|Aimee Semple McPherson (1890-1944), founder of the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel; Elle McPherson (born 1964 as Eleanor Gow), Australian-born Super Model and actor; family name||McPherson|
|American marsupial, Australian marsupial, possum, small marsupial animal which has a prehensile tail and is native to the eastern United States and Central and South America; small marsupial animal that is native to Australia and New Zealand||opossum|
|an Australian, nickname for a person who comes from Australia, of or pertaining to a person who comes from Australia (Slang)||Aussie|
|annoy, narc, government officer who enforces restrictions on illegal drugs; informer, stool pigeon (British usage); bothersome person, annoying person (Australian usage)||nark|
|any of a number of finches; sweet white wine; light yellow color; female singer (Slang), canary yellow, dance, police informer, woman singer, yellow finch||canary|
|any of a number of North American finches that have gray plumage and white markings, type of finch||junco|
|any of a number of small birds having a thick conical bill, kind of finch||grosbeak|
|any of a number of small songbirds, finch resembling sparrow, small brownish songbird||sparrow|
|any of several species of bird with curved mandibles which cross when closed and enable the bird to extract seeds from cones, finch with crossed beak||crossbill|
|any of several species of small European finch, pine siskin||siskin|
|argument, dispute (slang); boxing match (for prize money); scuffle, fight; working class, populace, proletariat (Australian slang); small train used in mining||barney|
|Asian and Australian bird||dollarbird|
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