A male Baltimore oriole.
Baltimore oriole definition by Webster's New World
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a North American oriole (Icterus galbula) that has an orange body with black on the head, wings, and tail
Origin: so named from having the colors of the coat of arms of Lord Baltimore (son of 1st Baron Baltimore), colonial proprietor of Maryland
Baltimore oriole definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A subspecies (Icterus galbula galbula) of the northern oriole in its eastern range, of which the male is bright orange and black and the female olive brown with white wing bars.
Origin: After Lord Baltimore.