Translation of guillemot in Spanish:


arao, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɡɪləˌmɑt//ˈɡɪlɪmɒt/


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    arao masculine
    • The razorbill, fulmar, guillemot, kittiwake, chough and short-eared owl will all make your acquaintance on this magical island.
    • The lines of supporting buoys have been adopted by cormorants, gulls, guillemots, eider ducks, oystercatchers and even the odd heron.
    • There's always the chance of a minke whale, too, while terns, fulmars, guillemots, puffins and shearwaters come as standard.
    • Along thousands of miles of coastline, you will see colonies of seabirds clustered in cliffs - gannets, puffins, guillemots, razorbills, and kittiwakes.
    • If something black and white whirs by, it's probably a pigeon guillemot, a cousin of the puffin that nests in cliffside cavities.