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Arabic translation: Hawk is: baazon (باز) or baazi (بازي)

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12:25 Sep 30, 2000
English to Arabic translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Hawk
A bird of prey - the general term referring to all birds of the type. Or, if that's not possible, a red-tail hawk specifically.
Kimm
Arabic translation:Hawk is: baazon (باز) or baazi (بازي)
Explanation:
Hawk is: baazon (باز) or baazi (بازي)
and/or: sakkron (صقر).
Without (Arabic diacritics): baaz or bazzi
and/ or: sakkr.
The hawk is: albaaz or albaazi or assakkr
Plural: abwaaz or beezan and soukkoor or seakkaar
These two names refer to any of numerous diurnal birds of prey.
According to the Arabic encyclopedia a red-tail hawk is called: sakkron hawamon: (صقر حوام)
The red-tail hawk: ( الصقر الحوام): assakkr-ul hawamo
Plural: (صقور حوامة) sokoron hawamatom
Plural+(the): (الصقور الحوامة) assokoro-ul hawamato
This kind of (hawk) has a red tail, a red (shoulder) and a wide wing.
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Raghad
Local time: 23:12
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Thank you for your most helpful translation. This answer was complete and beyond what I was hoping for. I especially appreciated the detail given.
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naHawk is: baazon (باز) or baazi (بازي)Raghad
naصقرahmadov


  

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3 hrs
صقر


Explanation:
Yes, hawk, as ageneral term, means صقر (Sakr) or باز (Bazz) in Arabic.
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Ahmad

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Local time: 23:12
Native speaker of: Native in ArabicArabic
PRO pts in pair: 12
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Hawk is: baazon (باز) or baazi (بازي)


Explanation:
Hawk is: baazon (باز) or baazi (بازي)
and/or: sakkron (صقر).
Without (Arabic diacritics): baaz or bazzi
and/ or: sakkr.
The hawk is: albaaz or albaazi or assakkr
Plural: abwaaz or beezan and soukkoor or seakkaar
These two names refer to any of numerous diurnal birds of prey.
According to the Arabic encyclopedia a red-tail hawk is called: sakkron hawamon: (صقر حوام)
The red-tail hawk: ( الصقر الحوام): assakkr-ul hawamo
Plural: (صقور حوامة) sokoron hawamatom
Plural+(the): (الصقور الحوامة) assokoro-ul hawamato
This kind of (hawk) has a red tail, a red (shoulder) and a wide wing.


Raghad
Local time: 23:12
PRO pts in pair: 160
Grading comment
Thank you for your most helpful translation. This answer was complete and beyond what I was hoping for. I especially appreciated the detail given.
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