Caracara meaning

kăr'ə-kăr'ə, -kə-rä'
Any of several large carrion-eating or predatory birds in the family Falconidae, native to South and Central America and the southern United States.
noun
0
0
Any of various large New World birds of prey (family Falconidae) that feed mostly on carrion.
noun
0
0
A taxonomic genus within the family Falconidae.
pronoun
0
0
Advertisement

Origin of caracara

  • Spanish Portuguese caracará both from Tupí caracara
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition