reu

cho·reu·tic;
em·py·reu·ma;
em·py·reu·mat·ic;
koel·reu·te·ria;
nyc·te·reu·tes;
pa·reu;
pa·reu·nia;
reu·ben·ite;
to·reu·tic;
to·reu·tics;
reu·ben;
em·py·reu·mat·i·cal;

English syllables. 2014.

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  • reu — Reu, ou Ru, Riuus. Destourner le reu de la fontaine, Auertere fontem …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • reu̯ǝ- : rū- —     reu̯ǝ : rū     English meaning: to open; wide     Deutsche Übersetzung: “öffnen”     Material: Av. ravah n. “Raum, Weite”, ravas čarüt “was sich in Freien bewegt”; Lat. rūs, rūris “land (in contrast to town, city), estate” (*reu̯os); M.Ir.… …   Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

  • Reu — or Ragau (Hebrew Name 1|רְעוּ|Re u Behold ) in Genesis was the son of Peleg and the father of Serug, thus being Abraham s great great grandfather. He was 32 when Serug was born and lived to the age of 239. (Genesis 11:20)The Book of Jubilees… …   Wikipedia

  • REU — fil. Phaleg. Gen. c. 11. v. 18. qui Ragau 1. Paral. c. 1. v. 25. dicitur: iisdem tamen consonantibus et punctis apud Hebraeos. Latine socius, vel amicus, aut pastor, sive malum, aut confractio …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • reu — Mot Monosíl·lab Nom masculí …   Diccionari Català-Català

  • reu-4 —     reu 4     Deutsche Übersetzung: “nachforschen”     See also: see above S. 337 (ereu ) …   Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

  • reu — obs. form of rue …   Useful english dictionary

  • reuə- — To open; space. 1. Suffixed zero grade form *rū mo (< *ruə mo ). a. room, from Old English rūm, space; b. lebensraum, from Old High German rūm, space; c. rummage, from Old Provençal …   Universalium

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