Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Fact of the Day: Hindi Turkey

In Turkish, the word for the bird turkey is a hindi. 

11 comments:

Pat Hatt said...

Maybe the turkeys survive through thanksgiving that way

Harlynn said...

LOL What!?

Cloudia said...

Hindus call them Presbyterians!

Martha said...

I didn't know that. Interesting!

NanaDiana said...

Great fact!

Jenn said...

Delicious in any language.

Kirk said...

So now on Thanksgiving I'm insulting someone's religion?

Jimmy said...

That is interesting, and kind of funny too.

Su-sieee! Mac said...

The birds look like they could be dancing the turkey trot.

Fundy Blue said...

When I was little I thought turkeys came from Turkey, not realizing that our turkeys were North American in origin. But when you trace the origin of the bird's name, it all makes sense. It's funny to think of such fierce people as the Turks at the same time as our modern farmed turkeys.

Huggybear said...

They Don't have Thanksgiving Day in Turkey!
Although I'm buggered if I know what Yanks can offer thanks for these days????????????????
Colin