rewe

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rewe

  1. Obsolete spelling of rue

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From Old English hrēow, from Proto-Germanic *hrewwō.

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rewe (plural rewes)

  1. pity, sorrow, rue

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rewe

  1. sad, sorrowful
  2. merciful
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Etymology 2[edit]

From Old English rǣw, rāw; from Proto-Germanic *raiwō.

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rewe (plural rewes)

  1. row, ordered arrangement
  2. line, rule
  3. group, army
  4. order, sequence
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