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Reynards

ˈrɛnɑːd

Meanings of Reynards:

noun

A name for a fox.

Meanings of Reyoke:

verb

To yoke (especially a draught animal) again or a further time.

Meanings of Reyoked:

verb

To yoke (especially a draught animal) again or a further time.

Meanings of Reyoking:

verb

To yoke (especially a draught animal) again or a further time.

Meanings of Rezbanyite:

noun

A sulphide of lead, copper, and bismuth occurring as light grey masses and now regarded as a mixture of minerals.

Meanings of Rezone:

verb

Assign (land or property) to a different category of restrictions on use and development.

Usage examples:

They submitted a proposal to rezone part of the brooklyn waterfront

Rezoned

riːˈzəʊn

Meanings of Rezoned:

verb

Assign (land or property) to a different category of restrictions on use and development.

Usage examples:

They submitted a proposal to rezone part of the brooklyn waterfront

Rezones

riːˈzəʊn

Meanings of Rezones:

verb

Assign (land or property) to a different category of restrictions on use and development.

Usage examples:

They submitted a proposal to rezone part of the brooklyn waterfront

Meanings of Rezoning:

noun

The action or process of assigning land or property to a different category of restrictions on use and development.

Usage examples:

The possible rezoning of some 800 acres of land
verb

Assign (land or property) to a different category of restrictions on use and development.

Usage examples:

They submitted a proposal to rezone part of the brooklyn waterfront

Rf

ˌrʌðəˈfɔːdɪəm

Meanings of Rf:

abbreviation

Radio frequency.

noun

The chemical element of atomic number 104, a very unstable element made by high-energy atomic collisions.

The chemical element rutherfordium.

Meanings of Rg:

The chemical element roentgenium.

Rh

ˈrəʊdɪəm

Meanings of Rh:

abbreviation

Rhesus (factor).

Usage examples:

Rh negative
noun

The chemical element of atomic number 45, a hard silvery-white metal of the transition series, typically occurring in association with platinum.

The chemical element rhodium.

Meanings of Rha:

abbreviation

(in the uk) regional health authority.

Meanings of Rhabdite:

noun

A form of schreibersite occurring as small typically rod-shaped crystals.

Meanings of Rhabditiform:

adjective

Characteristic of a rhabditid; specifically designating an oesophagus having two swellings or bulbs, as in rhabditids and in a non-parasitic larval stage of certain other nematodes; having such an oesophagus.

Meanings of Rhabditis:

noun

A nematode worm of the genus rhabditis (order rhabditida), found in soil, water, and decaying organic matter, and in the larval stage possibly a facultative parasite of mammals. also (in form rhabditis): the genus itself.

Meanings of Rhabdocoele:

noun

A turbellarian flatworm of the order rhabdocoela, characterized by a straight, unbranched gut.

adjective

Of, relating to, or characteristic of the order rhabdocoela; (more widely, of the gut of a flatworm) straight and unbranched.

Meanings of Rhabdocoelous:

adjective

= rhabdocoel .

Meanings of Rhabdolith:

noun

A coccolith having a rodlike outward projection.

Rhabdomancy

ˈrabdəˌmansi

Meanings of Rhabdomancy:

noun

Dowsing with a rod or stick.

Meanings of Rhabdomantic:

adjective

Relating to rhabdomancy.

Meanings of Rhabdomantist:

noun

Rhabdomancer.

Rhabdome

ˈrabdəʊm

Meanings of Rhabdome:

noun

A translucent cylinder forming part of the light-sensitive receptor in the eye of an arthropod.

Usage examples:

Postlarvae settling at the vents have reasonably normal ommatidia, with layered rhabdoms, standard …

Meanings of Rhabdomere:

noun

In the eyes of various invertebrates: a regular array of microvilli along the margin of a retinula cell that forms part of the light-sensitive apparatus and, in some compound eyes, is united with those of adjacent cells to form a rhabdom.

Rhabdomes

ˈrabdəʊm

Meanings of Rhabdomes:

noun

A translucent cylinder forming part of the light-sensitive receptor in the eye of an arthropod.

Usage examples:

Postlarvae settling at the vents have reasonably normal ommatidia, with layered rhabdoms, standard …

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