Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.
|astringer austringer ostreger
|a falconer who keeps a goshawk.
|a hawker or bird-tender > AUCEPSES.
|to beat the wings impatiently, to try to fly from the fist or perch when still attached by leash or jesses.
|a leather strap to bind a hawk's wing; (verb) to fit a hawk with this.
|a young hawk or other bird when it leaves the nest and begins to take to the branches.
|a padded wooden frame on which a number of hawks may be carried; (verb) to beg or sponge from another.
|the turn of a hawk upon the wing to recover herself, when she misses her aim in the stoop; (verb) to make such a turn.
|the cord which secures the hawk in training.
|emmew enmew immew
|to confine, mew up, as a hawk in MEWS.
|in falconry, to drive or plunge into water. [OF. en + eau].
|a young hawk taken from its nest for training.
|one that hunts with hawks.
|the sport of hunting with falcons.
|a wild or unreclaimed hawk.
|a small bell attached to a hawk's leg.
|to engraft (a hawk) with new feathers.
|a strap of leather attached to the talons of a hawk, by which it is held on the fist; (verb) to fasten such straps.
|a kind of falcon.
|the male LANNER, a kind of falcon.
|a bunch of feathers used to retrieve a hawk; (verb) to attract with something desirable.
|a cage for hawks; (verb) to confine in a mew.
|= EYAS, a young hawk taken from the nest for training
|a hawk that grasps only feathers in striking at the quarry.
|a falcon native to Southern Europe and Asia, closely resembling the LANNER.
|the male of the SAKER.
|to stitch up a hawk's eyes.
|the first year of a hawk's life; a hawk in its first year.
|to release from confinement or restraint.
|to unstitch a hawk's eyelids.
|a ring for a hawk's jess.
|of a hawk, in a fit condition for hunting.
|(Spenser) to imp > YMPES, YMPING, YMPT.