mockingbird & gt; mockingbird

In Mexico, country of origin of the name: Zenzontle, which in Nahuatl means "bird of 400 voices".

Explanation: -
Note added at 56 mins (2004-04-21 17:25:05 GMT) -

Pongo \ "zenzontle \" for being the version I know the most, although observing the orthographic rules of Castilian should be written:

Inquiry: I have written cenzontle. It is right? I think you can also write mockingbird; and I have seen zenzontle and even zensonttle, Cenzontle seems to me the simplest, perhaps the least pedantic. Also, what does cenzontle eat in Mexico: pirú or pirul? (Antoniorrobles, Mexico City, April 29, 1954).



\ "Zinzontle \" and \ "cinzontle \" also added to 58 mins (2004-04-21 17:27:25 GMT) .

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