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Middle English hauk, from Old English hafoc, from Proto-Germanic *xaƀukaz (cf. West Frisian [[hauk#Patrono:Fy|hauk]], Dutch havik, German Habicht), from Proto-Indo-European *kobuĝo (cf. Latin capys, capus 'bird of prey', Albanian gabonjë, shkabë 'eagle', Patrono:Ru [[кобец#Patrono:Ru|кобец]] (kóbec) 'falcon').

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Hawk

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Hawks

Hawk (plural Hawks)
  1. A diurnal predatory bird of the family Accipitridae.
    It is illegal to hunt hawks or other raptors in many parts of the world.
  2. Patrono:Politics An advocate of aggressive political positions.
    The hawks controlled the senate, so the Minister of War had few problems with his budget.
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to Hawk

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Hawks

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Hawked

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Hawked

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Hawking

to Hawk (third-person singular simple present Hawks, present participle Hawking, simple past and past participle Hawked)
  1. (transitive) To hunt with a hawk.
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Hawk

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Hawk (plural Hawks)
  1. A plasterer's tool, made of a flat surface with a handle below, used to hold an amount of plaster prior to application to the wall or ceiling being worked on: a mortarboard.
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Back-formation from hawker.

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Hawked

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Hawking

to Hawk (third-person singular simple present Hawks, present participle Hawking, simple past and past participle Hawked)
  1. (transitive) To sell.
    The vendors were hawking their wares from little tables lining either side of the market square.
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Possibly Patrono:Onomat

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to Hawk

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Hawks

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Hawked

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Hawked

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Hawking

to Hawk (third-person singular simple present Hawks, present participle Hawking, simple past and past participle Hawked)
  1. (transitive) To forcibly attempt to cough up (phlegm).
    Jim hawked up some spit and spat it on the sidewalk.
  2. (intransitive) To clear the throat loudly.
    Grandpa sat on the front porch, hawking and wheezing, as he packed his pipe with cheap tobacco.


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