Definition of Falcons

1. Noun. (plural of falcon) ¹



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Definition of Falcons

1. falcon [n] - See also: falcon

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Falcons

falcondoite
falconed
falconer
falconers
falconet
falconets
falcongentil
falconiform
falconine
falconing
falconoid
falconologist
falconologists
falconries
falconry
falcons (current term)
falcula
falcular
falculas
falculate
faldage
faldages
falderal
falderals
falderol
falderols
faldetta
faldettas
faldfee
faldfees

Literary usage of Falcons

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1. An Alphabetical Dictionary of Coats of Arms Belonging to Families in Great by John Woody Papworth (1874)
"Az. л fess betw. three falcons close arg. beaked •nd legged or. ... Per pale or and sa. a fess embattled betw. three falcons counterchanged belled or. ..."

2. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1871)
"I now propose to describe, in this and some future numbers, all the falcons found in New England, that were formerly used, or can be trained to capture game ..."

3. The Ainu and Their Folk-lore by John Batchelor (1901)
"General remarks—The fore.paws of hares—Skulls worshipped— The bat—falcons' claws—The golden eagle. THAT the Ainu use the skulls of a great many animals and ..."

4. Falconry: Its Claims, History, and Practice by Gage Earle Freeman, Francis Henry Salvin (1859)
"An Iceland, a Greenland, or a Norway falcon were all jer-falcons to them, ... They are jer-falcons to us also; but many modern naturalists have begun to ..."

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