Associations to the word «Wren»
WREN, noun. Members of a mainly New World passerine bird family Troglodytidae.
WREN, noun. Small bird of similar appearance to a true wren.
WREN, proper noun. A surname.
WREN, proper noun. Sir Christopher Wren, English architect
WREN, proper noun. (rare) A male or female given name from the noun wren.
WREN, noun. (UK) (informal) A female member of the Royal Navy (a member of the WRNS)
WREN DAY, proper noun. (Ireland) (Wales) (Isle of Man) (Newfoundland) A celebration on December 26 where people, especially boys, hunt a fake wren and parade it upon a decorated pole.
WREN, noun. English architect who designed more than fifty London churches (1632-1723).
WREN, noun. Any of several small active brown birds of the northern hemisphere with short upright tails; they feed on insects.
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