reynard

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

Definition of reynard

: fox

First Known Use of reynard

14th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for reynard

Middle English Renard, name of the fox who is hero of the French beast epic Roman de Renart, from Middle French Renart, Renard

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