A migratory Old World falcon with long narrow wings, catching dragonflies and birds on the wing
avocation: an auxiliary activity
a child's plaything consisting of an imitation horse mounted on rockers; the child straddles it and pretends to ride
small Old World falcon formerly trained and flown at small birds
(hobbyism) a devotion to hobbies
A hobby is an activity or interest that is undertaken for pleasure or relaxation, typically done during one's leisure time.
A hobby is a fairly small, very swift falcon with long, narrow wings. There are four birds called hobby, and some others which, although termed falcon, are very similar. All specialise in being superb aerialists. ...
William P. Hobby Airport is a public airport located 8 miles (13 km) southeast of the central business district of Houston, Texas, United States. The airport covers 1,304 acres (5.3 km²) and has four runways. ...
An English surname
An activity that one enjoys doing in one's spare time; An extinct breed of horse native to the British Isles, also known as the Irish Hobby
(Hobbies) Dancing and chatting
(Hobbies) My main interests and passions would be my music and art (Graphic design mainly).. though i do thoroughly enjoy cycling & most ball sports..
(Hobbies) Watching plays, Swimming, Basketball
Kim’s hobbies include anything outdoors, especially: sporting clays, golf (which he is down right awful at), wave running and hiking. He is an avid reader of politics, business, self help, history and biography’s. He writes, cooks, and entertains.
adv. Getting exhausted on your own time.
means an accessory use of a dwelling unit for an activity that is for personal enjoyment, amusement, or recreation, provided that the articles produced or constructed are not sold, either on or off the premises.
(falco subbuteo). See HAWK (sup.).
I have discovered that Reverend White had a penchant for whistling. He has, on numerous occasions, used his knowledge of this hobby at his job.
A general name for a beginner-level Stock car class or division. Also sometimes referred to by names such as Rookie, Street, Cadet, etc. ...