grive

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Uncertain. Possibly from the feminine form of Old French grieu, griu, from Latin graecus (Greek), the thrush being a migratory bird that had hivernated in Greece.

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grive f (plural grives)

  1. thrush (bird)

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grive f (plural grives)

  1. song thrush