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Meanings of Romps:

verb

(especially of a child or animal) play roughly and energetically.

Usage examples:

The noisy pack of children romped around the gardens
noun

A spell of rough, energetic play.

Usage examples:

A romp in the snow

Meanings of Rompu:

adjective

Of an ordinary or diminutive: interrupted in its progress, with part displaced but not cut off.

Roms

ˌsiː.diːˈrɒm

Meanings of Roms:

noun

A cd that contains information that can be read on a computer but not changed

Meanings of Romulian:

adjective

Of, relating to, or derived from romulus, the traditional founder of rome; (also) (early) roman; (specifically) designating or relating to the early roman calendar of ten months.

Meanings of Romulus:

proper noun

One of the traditional founders of rome, with his brother remus. the twin sons of mars by a vestal virgin, romulus and remus were abandoned at birth but were found and suckled by a she-wolf and brought up by a shepherd family. remus is said to have been killed by romulus during an argument about the new city.

Meanings of Ron:

abbreviation

Romanian new leu (or lei).

adjective

Abbreviation for run of network

Meanings of Rond:

abbreviation

Delaware (in official postal use).

Meanings of Rondacher:

noun

A small circular shield, a target. compare "roundel".

Meanings of Ronde:

noun

A dance in which the dancers move in a circle.

Usage examples:

Nowhere is this more obvious than in the ronde they perform, laughing and prancing in a circle of d…

Rondeau

ˈrɒndəʊ

Meanings of Rondeau:

noun

A poem of ten or thirteen lines with only two rhymes throughout and with the opening words used twice as a refrain.

Usage examples:

Their fourth exercise/poem was their choice of a form using repetition or refrain: a villanelle, ro…

Rondeaux

ˈrɒndəʊ

Meanings of Rondeaux:

noun

A poem of ten or thirteen lines with only two rhymes throughout and with the opening words used twice as a refrain.

Usage examples:

Their fourth exercise/poem was their choice of a form using repetition or refrain: a villanelle, ro…

Rondel

ˈrɒnd(ə)l

Meanings of Rondel:

noun

A rondeau, especially one of thirteen or fourteen lines set in three stanzas, with only two rhymes throughout and a two line refrain that opens the poem and recurs at the end of the second and third stanzas.

Usage examples:

We are still writing sonnets, villanelles, sestinas, even pantoums and triolets, ballades and ronde…

Meanings of Rondelet:

noun

A short poem related to the rondeau, and typically consisting of five or seven lines with two rhymes; the verse form in which this is written; (also more generally) = "rondeau". compare "rondel", roundlet .

Meanings of Rondeletia:

noun

An evergreen shrub or small tree of the tropical american genus rondeletia (family rubiaceae); especially any of the various kinds cultivated for their clusters of scented tubular flowers, typically red or pink in colour. also (in form rondeletia): the genus itself.

Meanings of Rondelets:

noun

A short poem related to the rondeau, and typically consisting of five or seven lines with two rhymes; the verse form in which this is written; (also more generally) = "rondeau". compare "rondel", roundlet .

Meanings of Rondelier:

noun

A person who composes rondels; specifically any of a group of poets of the 1870s and 1880s who experimented with complex stanza forms based on the medieval french rondeau.

Meanings of Rondelle:

noun

A circular piece of something; a circular shape or pattern; specifically a disc-shaped bead with a central hole, used especially in jewellery. compare "round", "roundel".

Meanings of Rondelles:

noun

A circular piece of something; a circular shape or pattern; specifically a disc-shaped bead with a central hole, used especially in jewellery. compare "round", "roundel".

Meanings of Rondels:

noun

A rondeau, especially one of thirteen or fourteen lines set in three stanzas, with only two rhymes throughout and a two line refrain that opens the poem and recurs at the end of the second and third stanzas.

Usage examples:

We are still writing sonnets, villanelles, sestinas, even pantoums and triolets, ballades and ronde…

Meanings of Rondo:

noun

A musical form with a recurring leading theme, often found in the final movement of a sonata or concerto.

Usage examples:

The same term can be used appropriately for sections of sonata rondos or concerto movements.

Rondos

ˈrɒn.dəʊ

Meanings of Rondos:

noun

A musical form with a recurring leading theme, often found in the final movement of a sonata or concerto.

Usage examples:

The same term can be used appropriately for sections of sonata rondos or concerto movements.

Meanings of Rondure:

noun

Roundness.

Meanings of Rondures:

noun

Roundness.

Rone

rəʊn

Meanings of Rone:

noun

A gutter for carrying off rain from a roof.

Usage examples:

The rats come down the rone pipes

Meanings of Rong:

noun

A member of a sikkimese people: = "lepcha".

adjective

Lepcha.

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