given the Brits record of naming their aircraft names that would encite fear to their enemy (Fruitbat) I naturally thought this was another british airplane. It would have also helped if I had my reading glasses on that the time I searched.
But I would not put it past them to consider the name in any case.......
The many British manufacturers that survived into the '20's and '30's produced a lot of prototypes and short production run aircraft and more or less ran out of names, particularly because they usually had a "house style" e.g. alliterative, bird or animal names, etc. Some of the more curious, clipped from Wikipedia, are listed below - Blackburn are an easy target, Avro seem to have taken more care.
s'allright, you got the right line and made it work. my memory is so messed up i can remember watching murrow bitch slapping ike but i can't find my ass with both hands and a rearview mirror. and whhere'd i leave that seeing eye shiatsu?