The common names for Meleagris gallopavo in other languages also frequently
reflect its exotic ... In Portuguese and Galician, the word for turkey is peru, which
also refers to the country Peru, but...
glo glo glo ... In English turkeys say gobble but what do they say in portuguese?
In English turkeys say ... How do you say i speak Portuguese in Portuguese?
Nov 26, 2007 ... What do turkeys say in Portuguese?: In English, turkeys say "gobble gobble
gobble." What do turkeys say in Portuguese? A. Kalkoen kluek B.
turkey - Online English-Portuguese dictionary. ... For the noun: turkey. Plural form:
turkey, turkeys ... Do you see that wild turkey over there? Está vendo aquele ...
Nov 24, 2015 ... People will sometimes tell you that in Turkey, the turkey is called "the American
bird." Actually ... It had a lot of Portuguese trade starting in the 1500s. Ah, yes ...
They also picked up turkeys from Spanish traders coming from Mexico and sold
them around Europe. But they didn't say where they got them ...
Nov 27, 2001 ... The Aztecs, who kept domesticated turkeys for hundreds of years before the ...
Turk can mean either "a citizen of the modern state of Turkey" or more broadly, ...
The OED doesn't say so but according to Schorger, the word has also ... In
Portuguese, the bird is called peru, despite the fact that the bird w...
What do you know about Thanksgiving? A lot? A little? ... Only adult turkeys, not
chicks; Only tom turkeys ... What do turkeys say in Portuguese? Cluck Cluck
Nov 25, 2015 ... American turkeys and African guinea fowl, victims of Portuguese vagary, became
inextricably mixed. Today the ... Maybe we should have gone for that. ... Scientists
Say GMO Foods Are Safe, Public Skepticism Remains.
Nov 23, 2010 ... Six subspecies of wild turkeys are native to North America, as shown in ... Fates
say he would live only as long as a brand burning on her fireplace. .... as did the
Portuguese themselves; the word for turkey, galinhas do Peru ...
Nov 23, 2010 ... Sixteenth century importers in Portugal were apparently under the impression
that that was where the birds originated from. Ironically, the name of turkeys in the
Turkish language is even more ... we refer to them -- though I suspect they would
prefer to be called anything but 'dinner'. ... I was gonna say that.