Jaybird (noun)

  1. A noisy, talkative person.
  2. A blue jay bird.


The word is first recorded in the early 19th century and is believed to be derived from the noisy and playful habits of the blue jay bird.


  1. She's a real jaybird, always talking and never stopping.
  2. The blue jaybirds were chirping and flitting about in the trees.
  3. Her boss was a jaybird, always giving orders and never letting anyone else speak.
  4. The jaybird's bright blue plumage was a stunning sight against the green foliage.
  5. Everyone in the office knew that the jaybird was the biggest gossip in the building.
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