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fealcen

  • noun [ masculine ]
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fealcen, es: fealca (?), an; m.
A falcon
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  • Tó fealcnes forda (cf. Hafuclord,

      C. D. v. 103, 37), C. D. B. ii. 220, 14.
  • Ðæt land æt Fealcnahám (cf. æt Habeccahám, i. 315, 23.
  • On heafoces hamme, vi. 75; 33),

      C. D. ii. 381, 20.
  • Cf. Wilgísl Westerfalcing (-falcning,

    v. l.), Westerfalca (-falcna, v. l. )

      Sǽfugling, Chr. 560; P. 18, 5.
  • [O. L. Ger. falko : O. H. Ger. falcho : Icel. fálki.] From Latin.
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  • fealcen, n.