Meaning of White's thrush in English:

White's thrush

Pronunciation /ˌwʌɪts ˈθrʌʃ/

noun

  • The thrush Zoothera aurea of eastern Eurasia, which has yellowish-brown and white plumage with black, scale-like markings.

    Frequently regarded as conspecific with, or a subspecies of, the scaly thrush, Z. dauma.

Origin

Mid 19th century. From the genitive of the name of Gilbert White, English naturalist + thrush.