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reynard

noun, rey·nard often capitalized \ˈrā-nərd, ˈre-, -ˌnär(d)\

Definition of REYNARD

:  fox

Origin of REYNARD

Middle English Renard, name of the fox who is hero of the French beast epic Roman de Renart, from Middle French Renart, Renard
First Known Use: 14th century

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