Definition of long-bill in English:

long-bill

Pronunciation /ˈlɒŋbɪl/

See synonyms for long-bill

noun

  • A bird (or fish) with a long bill.

    Frequently as a shortened form of the name of a long-billed species.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Charles Partington (fl. 1820–1835), writer and lecturer on technology and practical science. From long + bill.