corvus
Noun

corvus (plural corvi)

  1. (historical) A hooked ram for destroying walls.
  2. (historical) A grappling hook in Ancient Roman naval warfare.

Corvus
Proper noun
  1. (constellation) A constellation of the southern sky south of the constellation Virgo, said to resemble a crow.
Translations
  • French: Corbeau
  • German: Rabe
  • Russian: Во́рон
  • Spanish: Corvus



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