rowen

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Compare rough.

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rowen (plural rowens)

  1. A second crop of hay; aftermath.
  2. A stubble field left unploughed until late in the autumn, so that it can be cropped by cattle.
    • Mortimer
      Turn your cows, that give milk, into your rowens till snow comes.

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From Old English rōwan, from Proto-Germanic *rōaną.

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rowen

  1. To row; paddle (use oars to power a seaborne vehicle)
  2. To move by rowing or paddling (to move by using oars to power a seaborne vehicle)
  3. To move in the water; to paddle or splash.
  4. To go, travel, journey or voyage
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Etymology 2[edit]

From rewe (row) +‎ -en.

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  • IPA(key): /ˈrɔu̯ən/, /ˈrɛu̯ən/

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rowen

  1. To shine; to emit light.
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From Old English hrēowan.

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rowen

  1. Alternative form of rewen (to regret)