American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Any of several flightless South American birds of the genus Rhea, resembling the ostrich but somewhat smaller and having three toes instead of two.
- Modern Latin, from the mother of Zeus in Greek mythology, Rhea, from Ancient Greek Ῥέα. (Wiktionary)
- New Latin Rhea, genus name, probably from Latin, the wife of Cronus; see Rhea. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Labels: al rhea, james rydland, maricela perez, school board, west aurora school district 129”
“Darwin provides examples such as the rhea and ostrich, agouti and rabbit, coypu and beaver, capybara and muskrat.”
“I had to uncheck a few from my tweetdeck list due to their twitto-rhea.”
“Daumier is what i was going to google in relation to Powhida - who is prolific, so i think you have to go wih the greatest hits rather than the whatever is clever - amoebic logo-rhea is never good for quality, look at Ed Winkleman's blog - pretty much unreadable unless you have tons of time.”
“We've rounded up pics of baby cougars in Ohio, some playful panda cubs, a newly hatched rhea and even a seal pup.”
“Noteworthy species include lesser rhea Pterocnemia pennata, Andean condor Vultur gryphus, which form nesting and roosting colonies called condoreras, torrent duck Merganetta armata, black-throated finch Melanodera melanodera, and others.”
“When dogs have 'rhea, can they still get outside or do they have lots of accidents?”
“Kevin looks kind of like a peacock but he dont have the tail like one and he cant fly and kind of like the roadrunner he prefers to run and he certianly isnt a rhea he must be some bird left over from another age”
“Posted on November 30, 2009 at 2:43 pm echoing rhea dee's comment above: you got to ride an elephant? seriously? color me JEALOUS. and nothing says love like a suitcase full of meat. seriously. i wish that was the only present i ever got from people in life. yay chuck!”
“Here are a few of the alternatives it did give me: “rhea,” “Rh,” “hep,” “rheum,” and “rh.” yes, all of those seem like much preferably words to a simple “the.””
These user-created lists contain the word ‘rhea’.
Ever play "Words With Friends" with someone and they throw down some strange, unlikely group of letters that makes even the most mild and squeaky clean tongued person say "whiskey tango foxtrot"? ...
birds with singular names from
at least 9 English dictionaries
the good ole boys of the nyt crossword puzzle
being words related to astronomy, stellar cartography, and the music of the spheres, including names of planets, stars and constellations
A work in progress....Birds from around the world (other than endemic to North America).
Greek and roman names of gods, titans, heroes, etc
legal according to the dicker we use
Looking for tweets for rhea.