Falconry

Falconry, the art and practice of employing trained hawks in the pursuit and capture on the wing of other birds, a sport largely indulged in by the upper classes in early times in Europe.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Falconer, William * Falk, Adalbert
Fairies
Fairservice, Andrew
Fairy Rings
Faith
Faith, St.
Fakir
Falaise
Falconer, Hugh
Falconer, Ion Keith
Falconer, William
Falconry
Falk, Adalbert
Falkirk
Falkland
Falkland, Lucius Gary, Viscount
Falkland Islands
Fall, The
Fallopius, Gabriello
Falloux, Frédéric Alfred Pierre, Vicomte de
Falmouth
Falstaff, Sir John

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