- a native or inhabitant of Iowa (used as a nickname).
- a dark-blue chatoyant quartz formed by the silicification of crocidolite, used for ornamental purposes.Compare tiger's-eye(def 1).
Origin of hawk's-eye
First recorded in 1675–85
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Examples from the Web for hawkeye
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Even Hawkeye nodded his head, as if he would say, it was better than he expected.
In the meantime, the uplifted hand of Hawkeye was above him.
Hawkeye regarded the young man a moment in speechless amazement.
But it was not the policy of Hawkeye to affect the least concealment.
"Cut his bands," said Hawkeye to David, who just then approached them.
- a dark blue variety of the mineral crocidolite: a semiprecious gemstone
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