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See also falcón

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c. 1250, from Old French falcun, falcon, from Late Latin falco, -onis, from West Germanic *falkōn (cf. Patrono:Dum[[Category:Patrono:Dum derivations|Falcon]] valke, Old High German falco), from Proto-Indo-European *pol-ĝ, variant of *pol-k̑; akin to Lithuanian pálšas 'pale', Latvian pàlss 'id'.

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  • enPR: fôʹkən, fôlʹkən, fălʹkən, IPA: [ˈfɔːkən], [ˈfɔːlkən], [ˈfælkən], SAMPA: ["fO:k@n], ["fO:lk@n], ["f{lk@n]
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  • Rhymes: -ɔːkən

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Singular
Falcon

Plural
Falcons

Falcon (plural Falcons)
  1. Any bird of the genus Falco, all of them birds of prey.

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Infinitive
to Falcon

Third person singular
Falcons

Simple past
Falconed

Past participle
Falconed

Present participle
Falconing

to Falcon (third-person singular simple present Falcons, present participle Falconing, simple past and past participle Falconed)
  1. To hunt with a falcon or falcons.

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Falcon m. [[Category:Patrono:Lld nouns|Falcon]]

  1. kestrel

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