An English teacher uses this kind of sentence:
We all know the first meaning of the word kite that is what you flew yesterday, but we also use the word meaning a kind of bird.
My confusions are:
Is the phrase meaning a kind of bird is a PARTICIPIAL phrase?
If it is then which subject is it qualifying-- we or kite?
Note: As it was spoken so I am not sure if there was a comma before "meaning".
Thanks in advance.