Definition of Family Accipitridae

1. Noun. Hawks; Old World vultures; kites; harriers; eagles.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Family Accipitridae

families
familism
familisms
familist
familisteries
familistery
familistic
familistical
famils
family-size
family Acanthaceae
family Acanthisittidae
family Acanthuridae
family Acaridae
family Accipitridae (current term)
family Aceraceae
family Acipenseridae
family Acrididae
family Actinidiaceae
family Actinomycetaceae
family Adelgidae
family Adiantaceae
family Aegypiidae
family Aepyornidae
family Agamidae
family Agaricaceae
family Agavaceae
family Agonidae
family Ailuropodidae

Literary usage of Family Accipitridae

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1. Adventure Guide to the Alaska Highway by Ed Readicker-Henderson (2006)
"owl, six kinds of falcon, and eight species from the family Accipitridae, which includes harriers, hawks, and eagles. Book a flight and buy your topo maps ..."

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