rite


rite
ab·de·rite;
am·mo·ni·o·bo·rite;
an·tig·o·rite;
aph·rite;
ar·que·rite;
ar·to·ty·rite;
ash·'a·rite;
bo·bi·er·rite;
brom·ar·gy·rite;
bro·my·rite;
cal·cio·fer·rite;
cal·co·sphe·rite;
ce·rar·gy·rite;
ce·rite;
chal·co·py·rite;
con·na·rite;
cos·sy·rite;
cu·rite;
cym·rite;
dan·ne·mo·rite;
di·aph·o·rite;
di·o·rite;
en·do·pleu·rite;
eos·pho·rite;
eu·cai·rite;
evap·o·rite;
fer·rite;
fi·bro·fer·rite;
fi·o·rite;
fluo·bo·rite;
flu·o·rite;
ful·gu·rite;
ged·rite;
ge·o·ce·rite;
gesh·u·rite;
gino·rite;
goon·gar·rite;
gua·dal·caz·a·rite;
gue·rite;
hip·pu·rite;
ho·rite;
hur·rite;
ibe·rite;
in·der·bo·rite;
in·du·rite;
iod·y·rite;
ita·bi·rite;
jab·a·rite;
kal·i·bo·rite;
krau·rite;
kut·na·ho·rite;
lau·rite;
lau·ta·rite;
laz·u·rite;
leu·co·py·rite;
liev·rite;
lig·u·rite;
li·na·rite;
lip·a·rite;
lith·i·oph·o·rite;
lo·pa·rite;
lo·voz·e·rite;
ma·clu·rite;
mag·noph·o·rite;
mar·ga·rite;
mar·gue·rite;
mi·ar·gy·rite;
mil·le·po·rite;
mi·nas·rag·rite;
naz·i·rite;
neph·rite;
neu·rite;
ozo·ke·rite;
pal·mie·rite;
pe·ris·te·rite;
pe·rite;
phos·pho·rite;
pic·rite;
pleu·rite;
poly·ar·gy·rite;
po·lyp·o·rite;
por·phy·rite;
pur·pu·rite;
pyr·ar·gy·rite;
py·rite;
qad·a·rite;
rite;
rite·less;
rite·less·ness;
sar·to·rite;
saus·su·rite;
scaph·o·ce·rite;
scle·rite;
ser·pie·rite;
si·be·rite;
sil·i·co·mag·ne·sio·flu·o·rite;
so·rite;
sphae·rite;
stag·i·rite;
ster·co·rite;
sty·lo·ce·rite;
sul·fo·bo·rite;
syb·a·rite;
tel·lu·rite;
ten·o·rite;
tho·rite;
Thy·rite;
ura·no·sphae·rite;
vi·o·la·rite;
zo·no·chlo·rite;
am·o·rite;
chlo·rite;
ash·a·rite;
cal·co·sphae·rite;
go·ma·rite;
mas·o·rite;
naz·a·rite;
ozo·ce·rite;
ura·no·sphe·rite;

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  • rite — [ rit ] n. m. • 1535; rit « usage, coutume » v. 1395; lat. ritus REM. La graphie rit est encore utilisée en liturgie. 1 ♦ Ensemble des cérémonies du culte en usage dans une communauté religieuse; organisation traditionnelle de ces cérémonies. ⇒… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Rite — Rite, n. [L. ritus; cf. Skr. r[=i]ti a stream, a running, way, manner, ri to flow: cf. F. rit, rite. CF. {Rivulet}.] The act of performing divine or solemn service, as established by law, precept, or custom; a formal act of religion or other… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • rite — early 14c., from L. ritus religious observance or ceremony, custom, usage, perhaps from PIE root *re(i) to count, number (Cf. Gk. arithmos number, O.E. rim number; see READ (Cf. read)). Rite of passage (1909) is translated from Fr. rite de… …   Etymology dictionary

  • rite — ► NOUN 1) a religious or other solemn ceremony or act. 2) a body of customary observances characteristic of a Church or a part of it. ● rite of passage Cf. ↑rite of passage ORIGIN Latin ritus (religious) usage …   English terms dictionary

  • rite — [rīt] n. [ME < L ritus < IE * rēi , var. of base * ar , to join, fit > ART1, READ1, RATE1, ARITHMETIC] 1. a ceremonial or formal, solemn act, observance, or procedure in accordance with prescribed rule or custom, as in religious use …   English World dictionary

  • rite — [raıt] n [Date: 1300 1400; : Latin; Origin: ritus] 1.) a ceremony that is always performed in the same way, usually for religious purposes →↑ritual ▪ funeral rites ▪ ancient fertility rites ▪ These traditional rites are performed only by the… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • rite — [ raıt ] noun count a traditional ceremony, especially a religious one: funeral rites perform a rite: The traditional rites of homage to the emperor were performed. => LAST RITES …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • rite — rȉte ž mn [i]i[/i] zb. <N rȉta rij.> DEFINICIJA loša ili vrlo trošna odjeća [nositi/obući rite]; dronjci, otrčine, štrace …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • Rite — (lat.), 1) nach feierlichem Religionsgebrauch; 2) förmlich, gehörig, gebührend; 3) der angenommenen Ordnung zu Folge, in herkömmlicher Weise …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Rite — (lat.), in gebührender, förmlicher Weise …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Rite — (lat.), förmlich, in herkömmlicher Weise …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon


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