Any of various starlings of southeast Asia, having bluish-black or dark brown coloration and yellow bills. Certain species, especially the hill myna (Gracula religiosa), are known for mimicry of human speech.(noun)
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Use "myna" in a sentence
"The myna is a bird considerably smaller than a crow."
"European Pressphoto Agency Egrets sat with myna birds on a shrub in the Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary, near the northeastern Indian city of Gauhati, Assam, Nov. 5."
"Wieden+Kennedy 'My parrot, your myna,' says this poster, a wordplay on male and female body parts."