a European thrush (Turdus pilaris) with a grayish head and brown wings
Origin of fieldfareMiddle English feldefare, altered (after faren, fare) ; from Old English feldeware, literally , “field-dweller” ; from feld, field + uncertain or unknown; perhaps wærian, to guard, inhabit: uncertain or unknown; perhaps folk etymology
An Old World thrush (Turdus pilaris) having gray and reddish-brown plumage.
Origin of fieldfareMiddle English feldfare, from Old English feldeware, error for *feldefare : perhaps feld, field; see field + *-fare, goer (from faran, to go; see per-2 in Indo-European roots).
Origin uncertain, perhaps present in Old English.