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No translation is given in Benson, nor Wells, nor Vikivortaro. Here is the link to the entry in the free online dictionary of Merriam-Webster: https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/reiver

  • Or do you mean raver as a rave dancer? That could be something like rejvulo or -dancanto based on pronunciation. – Juha Metsäkallas Jan 4 at 14:50
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I couldn't find anything either for reive (nor reave), but the word

rabataki

comes to mind, which with rab/ expresses the looting of cattle or goods and with atak/ the suddenness and violence of it. There are also sereval entries in Tekstaro of forms of this word.

So reiver would be rabatakanto or rabatakisto.

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