American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Rupert, Prince 1619-1682. German-born English military and political leader who was the dominant Royalist figure during the English Civil War.
- n. mostly U.K. A male given name.
- n. derogatory A junior army officer.
- n. English leader (born in Germany) of the Royalist forces during the English Civil War (1619-1682)
- A German name, brought to England by Prince Rupert of the Rhine in the seventeenth century. (Wiktionary)
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“RUPERT THE RESEMBLER [After Rupert of Hentzau and Prisoner of Zenda]”
“During the short time that remained of the term Rupert got on better than he had expected.”
““Exactly,” says my mother, giving me a significant look and mouthing the word Rupert.”
“mlaiuppa: Does anyone else think the name Rupert Grint sounds like”
“The Yellowhead highway #16 from Portage le Prairie to Rupert is a great run.”
“Who owns this company, and why are they following in Rupert Murcdoch's dog feces footsteps?”
“I wonder how many Faux News watchers are aware that Saudis are major stock holders and Rupert is an Aussie?”
“Out of all the romance types out there, I think Rupert is the type I'd actually want in real life.”
“Oh, well, I'm sure that maybe he could join Rupert Murdoch's staff.”
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A list of places and names in the northwestern state of Idaho. Please add your favorites.
Here We Have Idaho is the title of the state song.
Butlers' names. Or maybe just some English names, I don't know.
(these can be given or surnames)
Looking for tweets for Rupert.