Meaning of teetar in English:

teetar

Pronunciation /ˈtiːtə/

noun

(also titar)
  • In India: any of various partridge-like birds, especially francolins of the genus Francolinus.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in Isaac Funk (1839–1912), publisher and reformer. From Hindi tītar francolin from Sanskrit tittira, variant of tittiri, imitative of the bird's call.