Meaning of mannikin in English:

mannikin

Pronunciation /ˈmanɪkɪn/

Translate mannikin into Spanish

noun

  • 1A small waxbill of the Old World tropics, typically brown, black, and white and often kept as a cage bird.

    Genus Lonchura, family Estrildidae: many species

    • ‘Three baby bronze mannikins sit atop their grass nest while mother and father show concern at the entrance perch.’
  • 2

    variant spelling of manikin