krákr

krákr
m.
ворон, ворона

Old Norse-ensk orðabók. 2013.

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  • crake — noun Etymology: Middle English, probably from Old Norse krāka crow or krākr raven; akin to Old English crāwan to crow Date: 14th century 1. any of various rails; especially a short billed rail (as the corncrake) 2. the corncrake s cry …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • crake — /krayk/, n. any of several short billed rails, esp. the corn crake. [1275 1325; ME < ON krakr, kraki CROW] * * * ▪ bird  any of numerous marsh birds of the family Rallidae (order Gruiformes), generally any small rail (q.v.) in which the bill is… …   Universalium

  • krächzen — Vsw std. (10. Jh.), fnhd. krachitzen Stammwort. Wie ae. cracettan und mit anderer Vokalstufe mhd. krochzen, ahd. krockezzen. Zu einer Erweiterung von krähen, die auch in anord. kráka Krähe , anord. krákr Rabe , l. graculus Dohle , russ. kslav.… …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

  • crake — noun a bird of the rail family with a short bill, such as the corncrake. Origin ME: from ON kráka, krákr, of imitative origin …   English new terms dictionary

  • crake — [[t]kreɪk[/t]] n. orn any of several short billed rails, as the corn crake • Etymology: 1275–1325; ME < ON krākr, krāki crow I …   From formal English to slang

  • crook — [krook] n. [ME crok < ON krōkr, var. of krākr, a bending, hook, bay: for IE base see CRADLE] 1. a hooked, bent, or curved thing or part; hook 2. a) a shepherd s staff, with a hook at one end b) a bishop s staff resembling this; crosier 3. a …   English World dictionary


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