Origin of raven1
Related formsra·ven·like, adjective
Definition for raven (2 of 3)
verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
Origin of raven2
Definition for raven (3 of 3)
Examples from the Web for raven
And she has introduced them to the raven himself, who now appears to be a bearded old man.
And the person who created the most crisis for Charles in First Class, and the person he cared the most about, was Raven.
There is both a raven and a dove in the movie, and in that order—perfectly biblical.
“Raven is 27-years-old, which means her parents are probably in their early fifties,” says the actress.It’s Not Easy for Black Celebrities Like Raven-Symoné to Come Out|Allison Samuels|August 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The local press has nicknamed the VatiLeaks source "corvo," or "raven."
For answer Raven pointed up the long sloping trail down which they had come.Corporal Cameron|Ralph Connor
"Raven tresses" require more time than "flaxen locks;" the sensitiveness of the skin has also to be considered.The Art of Perfumery|G. W. Septimus Piesse
There was the hut and its welcoming smoke and there Raven must be looking for her.Old Crow|Alice Brown
The Raven of the woods, who was now married, accompanied her for the first three miles.Andersen's Fairy Tales|Hans Christian Andersen
The allegory of the raven, invented by the doctors, is well known.Commentary on Genesis, Vol. II|Martin Luther
British Dictionary definitions for raven (1 of 3)
- a shiny black colour
- (as adjective)raven hair