Definition of yardbird
- chicken... Charlie "Yardbird" Parker, liked chicken, hence...
- A chicken
You drive up to the house, watch out for the yardbirds.
- A present or former convict. Derivation: Prisoners "on the yard" typically don't have a lot to do, so they spend a lot of time standing around in little groups, working out their social issues. Someone was reminded of chickens in the farmyard, perhaps.
That place employs so many yardbirds, it's like little Attica.
- A hobo who would hang around a rail yard waiting for a train.
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