karow

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EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Celtic *karwos (compare Breton karv and Welsh carw), from Proto-Indo-European *ḱr̥wós, zero grade of *ḱerwós, from *ḱer- ‎(horn). Cognate with Latin cervus.

NounEdit

karow m ‎(plural kerewi)

  1. deer, stag
    Hedhyw me a wel karow.‎ ― I shall see a stag today.

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karow

  1. genitive plural of kara
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