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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A Middle English form of run.
- To plunder: only in the phrase to rape and ren (which see, under rape).
- n. The kidney: little used, though the derivatives, as renal, adrenal, are in constant employ.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. obsolete See renne.
- n. obsolete A run.
- From Egyptian 𓂋𓈖 (rn). (Wiktionary)
“Taking someone's personal feelings out on her child, ren is a low blow and completely unnecessary.”
“And it was the Golden Rule would bring them to the transcendent value that he called ren, human-heartedness, which was a transcendent experience in itself.”
“This last attribute is based on 人 - "ren" - the Chinese character that encompasses compassion, empathy and feeling for all human beings.”
“MacontoNYC ten ren is good but i gotta say that the best i’ve had in ny is at tea kettle on astor place.”
“Well, ren, that is certainly one thing I am not looking forward to.”
“P'raps she warn't ter blame -- p'raps, 'and here his eyes filled --' p'raps ole Pomp war all ter blame, fur I tole har, my chil'ren '-- he could say no more, and sinking down on a rude seat, he covered his face, and sobbed audibly.”
“If it we'ren't a reread that might not be the case, but since I already know it well enough that I'm not fighting to get my fogged brain to understand itinstead I'm sinking so damn deep into the atmosphere that it's ... it's like coming home.”
“But Haibao, whose name means "sea treasure," is said to be based on the Chinese character "ren," for person, a two-legged stick figure, though without arms.”
“Yes, if you mean to say "a Jewish person" or "Jews" etc., you have to use the 'ren': 'Youtai ren'.”
“So I'm wondering, since the Korean form is obviously derived from the Chinese, whether or not in Chinese it's conventional to include the "ren" on the end.”
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