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kukavica [ ženski rod ]

caitiff [ imenica ]
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(Archaic) A cowardly and despicable person.
base; cowardly; despicable

cad [ imenica ]
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ETYM Abbrev. from cadet.
Someone who is morally reprehensible; SYN. bounder, blackguard, dog, hound, heel.
An omnibus conductor.
A man who acts with deliberate disregard for another's feelings or rights.

candy ass [ imenica ]
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chickenshit [ imenica ]
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(Vulgar) A false statement that is considered to indicate timidity or fear.

chicken-heart [ imenica ]
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cissy [ imenica ]
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British variant of sissy.

cobarde [ imenica {N/A} ]
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coucher [ imenica ]
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cow-heart [ imenica ]
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coward [ imenica ]
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A person who shows fear or timidity.

cravant [ imenica ]
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daff [ imenica ]
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dastard [ imenica ]
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ETYM Prob. from Icel. daestr exhausted. breathless, p. p. of daesa to groan, lose one's breath; cf. dasask to become exhausted, and Eng. daze.
A malicious coward.

dunghill [ imenica ]
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A foul or degraded condition.
A heap of dung or refuse; SYN. midden, muckheap, muckhill. dung hill

funk [ imenica ]
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A state of nervous depression; SYN. blue funk.

lily-liver [ imenica ]
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poltroon [ imenica ]
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ETYM French poltron, from Italian poltrone an idle fellow, sluggard, coward, poltro idle, lazy, also, bed, from Old High Germ. polstar, bolstar, cushion, German polster, akin to Eng. bolster. Related to Bolster.
An abject coward; SYN. craven, recreant.

rabbit [ imenica ]
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A figure of a rabbit sped mechanically along the edge of a dog track as an object of pursuit
A runner in a long-distance race who sets a fast pace for the field in the first part of the race

yellowbelly [ imenica {sleng, dijalekt} ]
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Coward, one who lacks courage

skulk [ imenica ]
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One that skulks
A group of foxes

kukavica [ ženski rod {ptica} ]

Ptica koja peva iz stomaka.

ani [ imenica {ptica} ]
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ETYM Native name.
Black tropical American cuckoo.
Any of a genus (Crotophaga) of black cuckoos of the warmer parts of America.

cuculiform bird [ imenica {ptica} ]
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Birds having zygodactyl feet (except for the touracos).

cuckoo [ imenica {ptica} ]
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ETYM Old Eng. coccou, cukkow, French coucou, prob. of imitative origin; cf. Latin cuculus, Skr. kukiua, German kuckuk, Dutch koekoek.
Any of numerous European and North American birds having pointed wings and a long tail.
Species of bird, any of about 2members of the family Cuculidae, especially the Eurasian cuckoo Cuculus canorus, whose name derives from its characteristic call. Somewhat hawklike, it is about cm/1.1 ft long, bluish gray and barred beneath (females sometimes reddish), and has a long, typically rounded tail. Cuckoos feed on insects, including hairy caterpillars that are distasteful to most birds. It is a “brood parasite”, laying its eggs singly, at intervals of about hours, in the nests of small insectivorous birds. As soon as the young cuckoo hatches, it ejects all other young birds or eggs from the nest and is tended by its “foster parents” until fledging. American species hatch and rear their own young.
The North American roadrunner Geococcyx californianus is a member of the cuckoo family.

cuculus canorus [ imenica {ptica} ]
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