ramage

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Etymology[edit]

From French, from Latin ramus (a branch).

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ramage

  1. (obsolete) wild; untamed

Noun[edit]

ramage

  1. Boughs or branches.
    • 1855, Philip James Bailey, The Mystic:
      That beneficent stem []
      From leaf and ramage sheddeth cool bright showers.
  2. The warbling of birds in trees.
    • 1616, William Drummond of Hawthornden, "Sonnet", in Poems: Amorous, Funerall, Divine, Pastorall: in Sonnets, Songs, Sextains
      And birds on thee their ramage did bestow

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