bievre

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Old French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Of Germanic origin, from Low Frankish *bever, bibar ‎(beaver), from Proto-Germanic *bebruz ‎(beaver), from Proto-Indo-European *bhebhrus ‎(beaver). Akin to Old High German bibar (German Biber "beaver"), Middle Dutch bēver (Dutch bever "beaver"), Old English beofor ‎(beaver). More at beaver.

Noun[edit]

bievre m ‎(oblique plural bievres, nominative singular bievres, nominative plural bievre)

  1. beaver (animal)

Descendants[edit]