from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To make red.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Redness; blush.
- n. Ruddle; red ocher.
- n. The rudd.
- transitive v. To make red.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. . Redness; blush; flush.
- n. . Complexion; face.
- n. Red ocher; reddle for marking sheep.
- Red; ruddy.
- To make red.
- To redden.
- n. A dialectal variant of reed.
- To rub; polish.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
"rud" to-day, reverting picturesquely into the forest trail over which the early inland settlers rode their horses or drove their oxen with upcountry produce to the sea.
a "rud" to-day, reverting picturesquely into the forest trail over which the early inland settlers rode their horses or drove their oxen with upcountry produce to the sea.
September 1, 2008 at 6:01 pm yesh bees safes adn watches out fro teh cwazys on teh rud
Dat wuz mai nawt sekkund thot, but ai deeside id two reed an see if n e wun elze sed it bufore ai wuz red…ree..rud…sayin da same fing.
March 31, 2008 at 3:09 am hoooooooooot you callinz rud.
T� s�il agam go bhfuil gach rud ag oibri� amach go maith thall.
The redoubtable Michael Everson has created a page called "Gach uile rud faoi Ogham ar an Líon/Every Ogham thing on the Web" that includes General links, Scholarly links, Standardization links, Font links, Pagan links, Commercial links, and Other links.
She laid it close by the leaves, then scooped some up and pushed them into the bodice of the riding shirt, making rud imentary breasts.
"This place in the rud hain't fitten fer talk, nohow."
-- God Almychtie send us many of that sorte, that will preache trewlie, and nathing but ane Catholik universall Christiane faith; and we Heland rud people hes mister of thame.