feminine Corva

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Origin:
latin
Name Root:
corvus
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This name derives from Latin “corvus,” meaning “raven, crow,” also refers to the constellation of the Raven, or interpreted as dark. Corvus species are all black or black with little white or grey plumage. 1) In Chinese mythology, the world initially had ten suns either spiritually embodied as ten crows and/or carried by ten crows; when all ten decided to rise at once, the effect was devastating to crops, so the gods sent their most excellent archer Houyi, who shot down nine crows and spared only one. 2) In Denmark, the night raven is considered an exorcized spirit. A hole in its left-wing denotes where the stake used to exorcize it was driven into the earth. He who looks through the hole will become a night raven himself. 3) In Hinduism, crows are thought of as carriers of information that give omens to people regarding their situations. For example, when a crow crows in front of a person’s house, the resident is expected to have unique visitors that day.

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