Definitions for puttock

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Wiktionary

  1. puttock(Noun)

    Any of several birds of prey including the red kite, buzzard or marsh harrier

  2. puttock(Noun)

    The futtock

  3. Origin: Origin uncertain; perhaps representing an unattested Old English *.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Puttock(noun)

    the European kite

  2. Puttock(noun)

    the buzzard

  3. Puttock(noun)

    the marsh harrier

  4. Puttock(noun)

    see Futtock

  5. Origin: [Cf. Pout a young bird, Poult.]

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