The colours again repeat the favourite combination expressive of splendour—gold and lazuli.
Bell and Harris hunted a good while, but procured only a lazuli Finch and a few other birds.
VI., who was called "gold and lazuli," Nub-khesdeb; recalling the comparison here of personal beauty to these precious materials.
In the foregoing remarks the lazuli finches have been represented as excessively shy.
From various hidden places in the dense foliage come the notes of the song sparrow and the lazuli bunting.
The lazuli finch does not venture very high into the mountains, seldom reaching an altitude of more than seven thousand feet.
I became so impressed by the wren-tit side of the case that I quite forgot the lazuli note and markings.
I had hardly time to congratulate myself on this new piece of testimony, when back came the lazuli with her bill full!
Then it was delightful to see a lazuli bunting on her nest down another aisle.
The wren-tit had stayed behind at the well; but while the lazuli was gone, who should come flying in but the foster mother!