Definition of "jacamar" [jac•a•mar]
- (noun) Any of various tropical American birds of the family Galbulidae, having iridescent plumage and a long bill.
Use "jacamar" in a sentence
- "A bird called jacamar is often taken for a kingfisher, but it has no relationship to that tribe."
- "This area is home to several endangered and endemic birds, including the white-necked parakeet, coppery-chested jacamar, and bicoloured antvireo."
- "“That must be a jacamar,” said Herbert, trying to get nearer."