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Date: 1600-1700
Origin: wyver 'viper, wyvern' (14-17 centuries), from Old North French wivre, from Latin vipera; VIPER

wyvern

noun
     
Related topics: Mythology
wy‧vern [countable]
RM an imaginary animal that has two legs and wings and looks like a dragon

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