reule

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Noun[edit]

reule (plural reules)

  1. Obsolete form of rule.

Verb[edit]

reule (third-person singular simple present reules, present participle reuling, simple past and past participle reuled)

  1. Obsolete form of rule.

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Etymology[edit]

From Old French reule, from Latin rēgula.

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Noun[edit]

reule (plural reules)

  1. legal code, set of rules
  2. moral code, principles
  3. rule, authority, supervision, control
  4. orderliness, efficiency
  5. rule, regulation, law
  6. custom, practice
  7. decision, order, directive
  8. instruction, recommendation
  9. principle, scientific law; rule of nature
  10. (Christianity) monastic rule
  11. ruler, measuring stick

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Etymology[edit]

Semi-learned term borrowed from Latin regula. Compare the inherited doublet reille, from Vulgar Latin *regla.

Noun[edit]

reule f (oblique plural reules, nominative singular reule, nominative plural reules)

  1. rule (regulation, law, guideline)
  2. ruler; rule (straight-edge)

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