"You canker blossom!" 3 Shakespearean Insults
"little bird," 1792, from bird (n.1) + -ie. As golf slang for "a hole played one under par," by 1908, perhaps from bird (n.) in American English slang sense of "exceptionally clever or accomplished person or thing" (1839).
Thin, bony legs (1950s+)
hear the birdies sing