He could have said "bulbul," the word little Israeli kids use, but he didn't—he "confused" it.
Dear Mistress, Mr. bulbul is not a man at all, but that bull that you sometimes see over in the pasture.
A speckled black-and-white woodpecker about the size of a bulbul.
The bulbul used to resent this, and did not hesitate to tell me so.
If I mistake not, the "bulbul of a thousand tales" is one of his appellations.
Miss Clapperclaw says bulbul is evidently smitten, and Clara too.
After Mr. bulbul had gone the lady called 27 Jean Malin to her.
Like a bulbul, Khan; I have rarely heard a better voice from a man.
Nevertheless, when he thought of Mr. bulbul, he could not feel easy in his mind.
The bulbul also sings in the groves—a grey bird with a black head and a curious yellow patch at the root of the tail.