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Oxford dictionary definition of the word robin:
1a small Old World thrush related to the chats, typically having a brown back with red on the breast or other colourful markings.
Erithacus and other genera, family Turdidae: numerous species, e.g. the familiar European robin or redbreast (E. rubecula), which has an orange-red face and breast
2 [usually with adjective or noun modifier] any of a number of other birds that resemble the European robin, especially in having a red breast:
a large New World thrush (genus Turdus, family Turdidae), in particular the American robin (T. migratorius). Australian/NZ a small songbird related to the flycatchers (family Eopsaltridae, in particular genus Petroica).
mid 16th century: from Old French, pet form of the given name Robert