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Aethon: Eagle tormentor of Prometheus
Alectryon: Rooster (Greek)
Alex: Man’s defender; warrior(Greek)
Alicanto: Bird with luminescent feathers which feeds on gold or silver (Chilean)
Alkonost: A bird of paradise with the body of A bird and the face of A woman, A derivative of Alcyone.
Angel: Angelic; messenger of God(Greek)
Babie: Young, often symbolizing innocence or purity; object of affection(Old English)
Beau: Beautiful; sweetheart(French)
Bennu: The Egyptian correspondence to the phoenix, and is said to be the soul of the Sun-God Ra.
Caladrius: White bird with healing powers (Roman)
Camulatz: A bird that ate the heads of the first men.
Casper: Master of the treasure(Chaldean)
Cetan: Hawk spirit (Native American: Lakota tribe of North and South Dakota)
Chamrosh: Body of a dog, head & wings of a bird (Persian Myth)
Chol (Biblical mythology): Regenerative bird
Cinnamon bird: Builds nests out of cinnamon (Arabia)
Dahl: Household pet of the Kennedy family in the Australian soap-opera Neighbours
Devil Bird: Shrieks predicting death, like banshee (Sri Lankan)
Fenghuang: Mythological birds that reign over all other birds.
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Gabby: Heroine of God(Hebrew, Italian)
Gamayun: A prophetic bird that lives on an island in the east, close to paradise
Gandaberunda: Two headed magical bird (Hindu)
Garuda: Known as the primordial bird and the progenitor of all birds; vehicle of Lord Vishnu (Hindu, Buddhist)
Gracie: Favor, blessing(Latin)
Griffin: Guards treasure and priceless possessions (Greek)
Harpies: Winged death-spirits.
Harpy: Ugly winged bird woman, steals food (Greek)
Ho-o: Japanese version of the Chinese Fenghuang.
Horus: Deity (Egypt)
Hraesvelg: A giant, who in eagle from, creates the wind by beating his wings.
Hugin and Munin (Thought and Memory): A pair of ravens associated with the Norse god Odin.
Itsumade: Monstrous bird with a human face (Japan)
Jatayu: A demi-god who has the form of A vulture.
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Lightning Bird: A real or imaginary bird superstitiously associated with special powers, generally lightning.
Mango: A bright, tropical fruit(Portuguese)
Merlin: Sea fortress; A mythical wizard(Welsh)
Minokawa: Giant, Dragon-like bird in Philippines (Philippines)
Moe: Saved; love(Hebrew)
Morgan: Great and bright sea dweller(Welsh)
Nachtkrapp: (The Night Raven)
Oozlum bird: (Australian and British folk tales)
Owlman: Compared to America’s Mothman (England)
Pamola: Bird/moose spirit who causes cold weather (Abenaki)
Peaches: A sweet, flavorful fruit(Persian)
Pepper: A hot spice(Malayalam)
Piasa : Enormous bird outside of Alton Illionis, memorialized on rock painting; last reported sighting 1973 when the bird carried off two children 
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Quetzalcoatl: A god of wind, creativity, and fertility, frequently depicted as A Feathered Serpent.
Ra: Deity (Egypt)
Rain Bird: Bird who brought rain (Native American)
Rainbow: Symbol of hope and beauty. Biblically, it represents the covenant between God and His people(English)
Raven: Representative spirit of actual ravens, and often depicted as A trickster or culture hero figure
Roc: An enormous mythical bird of prey, often white, reputed to have been able to carry off and eat elephants.
Ruby: A bright, precious gem(Latin)
Samjoko: A 3-legged bird associated with the sun.
Sammy: Heard God(Hebrew)
Sampaati: Brother to Jatayu.
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Simurgh: A gigantic, benevolent, mythical flying creature, often part dog or human.
Sirens: Female figures that lured sailors to their death with their music.
Sirin: A mythological creature with the head and chest of A beautiful woman and the body of A bird (usually an owl).
Skittles: A sweet, small, round candy(English)
Sphinx: A unique demon of destruction and bad luck represented as A winged lion with A woman’s head.
Spike: Sharp metal. A name commonly associated with danger; the name has cool connotations(American)
Strix: Owl that ate human flesh (Greek)
Stymphalian birds: Man-eating birds (Greek)
Sunny: Brilliant, cheerful, happy(English)
Sunshine: Term of endearment; happy, cheerful(English)
Suzaku: Japanese version of the Chinese Vermillion Bird.
Swan Maiden: A mythical creature who shapeshifts from human form to swan form.
Tango: A sultry, upbeat Latin dance or music(Latin)
Tengu: Has human and bird characteristics, name means dog (Japan)
The Cu Bird (el Pájaro Cu)
Thoth: Deity (Egypt)
Three-legged bird (various cultures)
Thunderbird: (Native American, American Southwest, Great Lakes, and Great Plains)
Tookie: Colloquial for “buttocks.” (English)
Turul: Mythological bird of prey
Vermilion Bird: (Chinese)
Vucub Caquix: bird demon
Yatagarasu: A 3-legged raven who belongs to the sun goddess Amaterasu.
Zhar-Ptitsa: A magical glowing firebird from A faraway land
Zhenniao:Poisonous bird (Chinese)
Zhu Què (Vermilion Bird): A mythological spirit creature of the Chinese constellations
Ziz: A giant bird said to be large enough to be able to block out the sun with its wingspan.
Zu: divine monster depicted as a lion-headed eagle