Definition of waldrapp in English:

waldrapp

noun

  • An ibis with a bare red head and mainly dark metallic green plumage, now breeding only in Morocco.

    • ‘Experts were today still trying to figure out how the bird, also known as the waldrapp, reached Blackpool.’

Origin

1920s: from German, from Wald forest + Rapp, variant of Rabe raven.

Pronunciation:

waldrapp

/ˈwɔːldrap/