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John, it is actually an adjective. You'd say that someone is craven, not "a craven". You might refer to someone as "a craven wimp", for example, a man who cannot stand up to his wife, or a son-in-law who cannot stand up to his father-in-law. Here, "wimp" is the noun.|
Sophia, are you wondering if the mouse might be referring to you as a craven wimp?
Actually, I don't think so. Do you realize, only the strong can show mercy or feel compassion? The weak can do nothing (except feel hatred). So, showing mercy or feeling compassion does not mean that you are weak.
You know, real martial arts fighters will never attack someone who does not know martial arts. They do not use their strength against someone weaker than themselves, except perhaps to defend themselves or to eliminate bad people. You can see in the movies, only the rogue fighters attack defenceless people; never the good guys.
So, that mouse family probably knows you as "Sophia the merciful" or "Sophia the strong", for all you know.