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A wyvern

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Alteration of Middle English wyver (viper), borrowed from Old Northern French wivre, from Latin vīpera (viper; snake, serpent). Doublet of weever and viper.

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wyvern (plural wyverns)

  1. (heraldry, mythology, fantasy) A draconian creature possessing wings, only two legs and usually a barbed tail.

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