鷲, わし

  • washi

Definition of 鷲,わし

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • eagle (Accipitridae family)

Related Kanji

eagle

Related Study Lists

Animals

  animals

Examples of 鷲,わし in a Sentence

ワシ飛んでいる。
An eagle is flying in the sky.
The little bird couldn't defend itself against the eagle.
わし
The eagle is king of birds.
The eagle dived at its prey.
An eagle's wings are more than one meter across.
An eagle was soaring high up in the air.
For example, vervet monkeys learn to use a certain call in the presence of circling eagles, who prey on the monkeys.
For example, vervet monkeys learn to use a certain call in the presence of circling eagles, who prey on the monkeys.
As the lion is king of beasts, so is the eagle king of birds.
その半分大きだった
The bird was half as large as an eagle.

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