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Oxford dictionary definition of the word peregrine:
(also peregrine falcon) a powerful falcon found on most continents, breeding chiefly on mountains and coastal cliffs and much used for falconry.
Falco peregrinus, family Falconidae
coming from another country; foreign or outlandish:
peregrine species of grass
late Middle English: from Latin peregrinus ‘foreign’, from peregre ‘abroad’, from per- ‘through’ + ager ‘field’. The falcon’s name is a translation of the modern Latin taxonomic name, literally ‘pilgrim falcon’, because falconers’ birds were caught fully grown on migration, not taken from the nest