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fal·con·er

 (făl′kə-nər, fôl′-, fô′kə-)
n.
1. One that breeds and trains falcons.
2. One that hunts with falcons.

falconer

(ˈfɔːlkənə; ˈfɔːkə-)
n
(Falconry) a person who breeds or trains hawks or who follows the sport of falconry

fal•con•er

(ˈfɔl kə nər, ˈfæl-, ˈfɔ kə-)

n.
1. a person who hunts with falcons.
2. a person who trains hawks for hunting.
[1350–1400]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.falconer - a person who breeds and trains hawks and who follows the sport of falconryfalconer - a person who breeds and trains hawks and who follows the sport of falconry
hunter, huntsman - someone who hunts game
Translations
solymársolymász
valkenier

falconer

[ˈfɔːlkənəʳ] Nhalconero/a m/f

falconer

[ˈfɔːlkənər] nfauconnier/ière m/f

falconer

nFalkner(in) m(f)
References in classic literature ?
d'Artagnan does not get any older," said the keeper of the harriers to his colleague the falconer; "with ten years more to carry than either of us, he has the seat of a young man on horseback."
"That is true," replied the falconer. "I don't see any change in him for the last twenty years."
what a lucky chance to see you here, Monsieur d'Artagnan!" cried the falconer.
it is not as it was in the good old times," sighed the falconer. "Do you remember, Monsieur d'Artagnan, when the late king flew the pie in the vineyards beyond Beaugence?
"Are you not very much fatigued with the long journey you have taken, monsieur le capitaine?" continued the falconer. "It must be full two hundred leagues from hence to Pignerol."
yes; the poor man had a close chance of the scaffold," replied the falconer; "it is said that M.
After having undergone this sharp rebuke, the keeper of the harriers hung his head, and allowed the falconer to get two steps in advance of him nearer to D'Artagnan.
"He is content," said the falconer, in a low voice, to the musketeer; "we all know that harriers are in fashion nowadays; if he were a falconer he would not talk in that way."
Even in Falconer's time (1750) the Indians made inroads as far as Luxan, Areco, and Arrecife, but now they are driven beyond the Salado.
115-116: The falconer's cry to his bird; here used because of its penetrating quality.
Falconer, from Cape Comorin to the Himalaya, which have been imported from America since its discovery.
'It is well', the Saddhu whispered, jammed in the calling, shouting, bewildered press - a Persian greyhound between his feet and a cageful of yelling hawks under charge of a Rajput falconer in the small of his back.