/ˈdʒeɪbɜd/ (say 'jayberd) Colloquial

verb (i)
1. to do housework in the nude.
2. a person who does this.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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  • jaybird — 1660s, from JAY (Cf. jay) + BIRD (Cf. bird). It appears after the time jay began to be used of persons, too …   Etymology dictionary

  • jaybird — [jā′bʉrd΄] n. dial. var. of JAY1 …   English World dictionary

  • jaybird — noun common jay of eastern North America; bright blue with grey breast • Syn: ↑blue jay, ↑Cyanocitta cristata • Hypernyms: ↑New World jay • Member Holonyms: ↑Cyanocitta, ↑genus Cyanocitta * * * …   Useful english dictionary

  • jaybird — UK [ˈdʒeɪˌbɜː(r)d] / US [ˈdʒeɪˌbɜrd] noun [countable] Word forms jaybird : singular jaybird plural jaybirds American a jay …   English dictionary

  • jaybird — noun a) A jay or blue jay. When I say birds of a feather flocks together, its a metaphorical way of saying b) One who talks incessantly. But dey dont, Mars Tom. No, sir, deed dey dont. Dey aint no feathers dats more alike den a bluebird en a… …   Wiktionary

  • jaybird — noun Date: 1661 1. jay I,1 2. jay I,2 …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • jaybird — /jay berrd /, n. jay1. [1655 65, Amer.; JAY1 + BIRD] * * * …   Universalium

  • jaybird — jay|bird [ dʒeı,bɜrd ] noun count AMERICAN a JAY …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • jaybird — n. any of a number of noisy birds belonging to the crow family and having striking blue and white plumage, blue jay …   English contemporary dictionary

  • jaybird — jay•bird [[t]ˈdʒeɪˌbɜrd[/t]] n. orn jay • Etymology: 1655–65, amer …   From formal English to slang

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