lanner

noun
lan·​ner | \ˈla-nər \

Definition of lanner 

: a falcon (Falco biarmicus) of southern Europe, southwestern Asia, and Africa specifically : a female lanner

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Lanners estimates the report will be ready to present to the City Council by the end of July. Nicholas Sakelaris, star-telegram.com, "City eyes wayfinding signs," 23 May 2017

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First Known Use of lanner

14th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for lanner

Middle English laner, from Anglo-French laner, lanier

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lankish

lanky

lanner

lanneret

Lannes

lano-

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