From Middle English, from Old Norse rá, vrá (“corner, nook”), from Proto-Germanic *wranhō (“angle, corner”), from Proto-Indo-European *wrenk- (“to turn, twist, bend”). Cognate with Scots wra, wray (“corner, nook”), Danish and Swedish vrå (“corner, nook, recess”).
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