heiron

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Old French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Low Frankish *haigro ‎(heron), from Proto-Germanic *haigrô, *hraigrô ‎(heron), from Proto-Indo-European *(s)kreik-, *(s)kreig- ‎(a type of bird). Cognate with Old High German heigaro ‎(heron), Old English hrāgra ‎(heron), Old Norse hegri ‎(heron), Welsh cregyr ‎(heron).

Noun[edit]

heiron m ‎(oblique plural heirons, nominative singular heirons, nominative plural heiron)

  1. heron (animal)

Descendants[edit]