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As topic, "(アタシは当時、バイクなんて全然詳しくなかったけど、タカのその横顔が、すごく楽しそうに見えた)"

タカ in this sentence, what does it mean (it's not a name taka for sure)

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    It's almost certainly a person whose (nick)name is Taka. I can't think of any other ways to interpret this.
    – naruto
    Nov 16, 2017 at 15:18

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タカ means "hawk" maybe, if it is not the nickname or the name of the man.

Maybe the woman confused ワシ (eagle) with タカ (hawk).

I knew next to nothing about motorbikes, but I was interested in them when I saw the eagle's (hawk's) profile emblem.

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    Hawk タカ is タカ{LH}(0) while name タカ(貴、考 etc)is タカ{HL}(1).
    – user4092
    Nov 17, 2017 at 4:47

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