Wyvern

A wyvern (n {Respell|WEYE|vərn}), sometimes spelled wivern, is a legendary winged creature with a dragon`s head (which may be said to breathe fire or possess a venomous bite) and wings; a reptilian body; two legs (sometimes none); and a barbed tail. A sea-dwelling variant, dubbed the sea-wyvern, has a fish tail in place of a barbed dragon`s tai.....
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Wyvern

• (n.) Same as Wiver.
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wyvern

wivern noun a fire-breathing dragon used in medieval heraldry; had the head of a dragon and the tail of a snake and a body with wings and two legs
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Wyvern

[card game] ==Game overview== Wyvern is played with two decks per player (with each player supplying his or her own two decks). One of the decks, the Dragon Lair Draw Pile, is made up of dragon and terrain cards. The other deck, the Treasure Horde Draw Pile, is made up of action and treasure cards. Players begin with 6 face-down dragon and ...
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Wyvern

[programming language] Wyvern is a computer programming language for development of web and mobile applications. It aims to provide a way to safely use multiple programming languages within the same program so programmers can use the language most appropriate for each function while at the same time increasing the programs security. It is c...
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Wyvern

[video game] Wyvern was a 2-dimensional Graphical MUD/MMORPG game which was released for public play on February 4, 2001 by creator Steve Yegge through his company Cabochon Inc. The game was announced to be permanently down on November 24, 2013. Wyvern was a free game that was influenced by games such as Crossfire and NetHack. Wyvern was av...
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Wyvern

Wy'vern noun (Her.) Same as Wiver .
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Wyvern

In heraldry, a wyvern (or wivern) is a device representing a monster whose fore part is that of a dragon with legs and wings, and the hinder part is in the form of a serpent with a barbed tail.
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wyvern

[n] - a fire-breathing dragon used in medieval heraldry
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