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corbie

noun cor·bie \ˈkr-bē\

Definition of CORBIE

chiefly Scottish
:  carrion crow; also :  raven

Origin of CORBIE

Middle English, modification of Anglo-French corbin, from Latin corvinus of a raven — more at corvine
First Known Use: 15th century

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