a male peafowl, which has very long tail feathers with eye-like markings that can be erected and fanned out in display
(1785–1866), English novelist and poet. He is chiefly remembered for his prose satires, including Nightmare Abbey (1818) and Crotchet Castle (1831), lampooning the romantic poets
another term for bornite.
a greenish-blue colour like that of a peacock’s neck
a colourful European fan worm of shallow waters
a brightly coloured Eurasian butterfly with conspicuous eyespots on its wings