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Buzzard

A buzzard is one of several large birds, but there are a number of meanings as detailed below. ==Old World== In the Old World Buzzard can mean: ==New World== In the New World buzzard can mean: ==Buteo species== ==Other species known as `buzzard`== ...
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Buzzard

• (n.) A bird of prey of the Hawk family, belonging to the genus Buteo and related genera. • (a.) Senseless; stupid. • (n.) A blockhead; a dunce.
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buzzard

1. <zoology> A bird of prey of the Hawk family, belonging to the genus Buteo and related genera. ... The Buteo vulgaris is the common buzzard of Europe. The American species (of which the most common are B. Borealis, B. Pennsylvanicus, and B. Lineatus) are usually called hen hawks. The rough-legged buzzard, or bee hawk, of Europe (Pernis apiv...
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buzzard

turkey vulture noun a New World vulture that is common in South America and Central America and the southern United States
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Buzzard

Buz'zard (bŭz'zẽrd) noun [ O.E. busard , bosard , French busard , from buse , Latin buteo , a kind of falcon or hawk.] 1. (Zoology) A bird of prey of the Hawk family, belonging to the genus Buteo and related genera. » The
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Buzzard

Buz'zard adjective Senseless; stupid. [ R. & Obsolete] Milton.
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buzzard

A general term applied in Europe to the buteos and in the U.S. to vultures such as the turkey vulture.
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Buzzard

A medium sized raptor with broad wings, generally living in more wooded country.
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buzzard

A score of two strokes over par for a hole.
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buzzard

any of several birds of prey of the genus Buteo and, in North America, various New World vultures (family Cathartidae), especially the turkey vulture ... [2 related articles]
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Buzzard

Buzzard is slang for a cantankerous old person.
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buzzard

buzzard, common name for hawks of the genus Buteo and the genus Pernis, or honey buzzard, of the Old World family Accipitridae. Honey buzzards feed on insects, wasp and bumblebee larvae, and small reptiles. The name buzzard is also incorrectly applied to various hawks and New World vultures, such as...
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buzzard

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buzzard

Species of medium-sized hawk with broad wings, often seen soaring. Buzzards are in the falcon family, Falconidae, order Falconiformes. The common buzzard Buteo buteo of Europe and Asia is about 55 cm/1.8 ft long with a wingspan of over 1.2 m/4 ft. It preys on a variety ...
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Buzzard

The buzzard is a group of twenty types of birds of prey belonging to the sub-family Buteoninae, distinguished by their rather slow and heavy flight, the short rounded head, and strongly curved beak.
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Buzzard

Three open frames in a row.
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Buzzard

Three splits in a row. You can see them circleing (the symbol for a split is a circle). See also tur
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Buzzard

Type: Term Pronunciation: bŭz′ărd Definitions: 1. Thomas, English physician, 1831-1919. See: Buzzard maneuver
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buzzard

[n] - common in South and Central America and southern United States 2. [n] - the common European short-winged hawk
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