[rang-ker] /ˈræŋ kər/
bitter, rankling resentment or ill will; hatred; malice.
malicious resentfulness or hostility; spite
chiefly British English spelling of rancor; for ending see -or. Related: Rancourous.
c.1200, from Old French rancor “bitterness, resentment; grief, affliction,” from Late Latin rancorem (nominative rancor) “rancidness, a stinking smell” (Palladius); “grudge, bitterness” (Hieronymus and in Late Latin), from Latin rancere “to stink” (see rancid).
[rand] /rænd/ noun 1. (in shoemaking) a strip of leather set in a shoe at the heel before the lifts are attached. 2. British Dialect. verb (used with object) 3. to provide (footwear) with rands. [rand] /rænd/ noun 1. a coin and monetary unit of the Republic of South Africa, equal to 100 cents. Abbreviation: […]
[ran-dl] /ˈræn dl/ noun 1. a male given name. masc. proper name, shortened from Old English Randwulf, from rand “shield” (see rand) + wulf “wolf” (see wolf (n.)). Cf. Randolph.
[ran-dl] /ˈræn dl/ noun 1. a male given name.
[ran-dlz-toun] /ˈræn dlzˌtaʊn/ noun 1. a city in N Maryland, near Baltimore.