raaf

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle Dutch rāve, formed by reanalysis of the older singular form rāven which was reinterpreted as a plural. From Old Dutch ravo, *ravan, from Proto-Germanic *hrabnaz, ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *ḱorh₂-. Compare Low German Raav, Roov, German Rabe, West Frisian raven, English raven, Danish ravn.

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raaf f (plural raven, diminutive raafje n)

  1. raven (a large black bird)

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