An ANHINGA is an aquatic bird, recognizable because it will stand with its wings spread out from its body to dry them.
ANHINGA comes fro the Tupi language of Brazil. The ANHINGAS are water birds. When they swim their entire body is submerged except for their head. As such they are sometimes mistaken for snakes. It can also mistaken for a CORMORANT.
The ANHINGA is in the DARTER family. When ANHINGAS migrate, the flock is called a KETTLE.
AAHING and ANGINA
AGAIN and AHING
Four letter words
AGHA, AGIN, ANGA, ANNA, GAIN, HANG, NAAN, NANA, and NIGH.