Definition of rawn in English:

rawn

noun

Scottish
  • In singular and plural The roe or ovaries of a female fish (or shellfish).

Origin

Late Middle English; earliest use found in The Forme of Cury. Apparently from an early Scandinavian variant (compare Danish (now regional: chiefly Danish islands) raun, ravn roe) of one of the Scandinavian nouns cited at rown.

Pronunciation

rawn

/rɔːn/