Reynard

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From French Renard (whence also renard ‎(fox)), from German Reinhard, from Proto-Germanic *raginą ‎(counsel by the gods) + *harduz ‎(hard, strong).

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Reynard

  1. (Britain) A name in European folklore for the red fox.

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