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  • (diff | hist) . . dzērve‎; 16:06 . . (+2). .エリック・キィ (Talk | contribs)(Etymology: Modified about Old Prussian./ Contemporary Polish word for crane is "żuraw". The word "żoraw", however, means "drawbridge" in Old Polish (source: http://www.staropolska.pl/slownik/?nr=30&litera=%AF&id=2837).)

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