(tachýs 'swift', kīnéō 'move') bicolor [Tree Swallow]
κινέωto- move, arouse, set in motion.
Ancient Greek; Proto-Indo-European *ḱei-. Compare κίω (kiō, “I go”) and κίνυμαι (kinumai, “I go, move”), in latin cieo "move".
Peregrīnus- Falco peregrinus [Peregrine Falcon]
Peregrīnī- wanderer, foreigner, stranger, pilgrim, crusader
Latin; Via Old French (Modern French pérégrin), from Latin peregrinus (“foreign”), from peregre (“abroad”), from per- + agri (“field, farm”) (from which English agri- (“farming”)).
Cognate to English pilgrim and Italian pellegrino (“pilgrim”).