a young hawk during its first migration.
Falconry. a hawk captured during its migration.
a young hawk or falcon caught while on migration Compare eyas, haggard1 (sense 4)
- Passage of red sea
The account of the march of the Israelites through the Red Sea is given in Ex. 14:22-31. There has been great diversity of opinion as to the precise place where this occurred. The difficulty of arriving at any definite conclusion on the matter is much increased by the consideration that the head of the Gulf […]
noun 1. a novel (1924) by E. M. Forster.
[pas-ij-wey] /ˈpæs ɪdʒˌweɪ/ noun 1. a for passing into, through, or out of something, as within a building or between buildings; a corridor, hall, alley, catwalk, or the like. 2. a corridor on a ship. /ˈpæsɪdʒˌweɪ/ noun 1. a way, esp one in or between buildings; passage n. 1640s, American English, from passage + way.
[pas-ij-wurk] /ˈpæs ɪdʒˌwɜrk/ noun, Music. 1. writing that is often extraneous to the thematic material of a and is typically of a virtuosic or decorative character: passagework consisting of scales, arpeggios, trills, and double octaves. 2. the performance of such writing: The pianist’s passagework is brilliantly clear and smooth.