[reyn-jee] /ˈreɪn dʒi/
adjective, rangier, rangiest.
(of animals or people) slender and long-limbed.
given to or fitted for or moving about, as animals.
adjective rangier, rangiest
(of animals or people) having long slender limbs
adapted to wandering or roaming
allowing considerable freedom of movement; spacious; roomy
“having a long, slender form” (as an animal suited to ranging), 1845, from range (v.) + -y (2). Also “adapted for ranging” (1868). Of landscapes, “hilly,” 1862, Australian English. Related: Ranginess.
As a rule, we hold that the Jersey should be “growthy,” deep-flanked, and loose-jointed, and should have, generally, the characteristics which farmers know as “rangy.” [“American Agriculturalist,” November 1876]
[ran-id, rey-nid] /ˈræn ɪd, ˈreɪ nɪd/ adjective 1. belonging or pertaining to the family Ranidae, characterized by smooth, moist skin and semiaquatic habits. noun 2. 1 (def 2).
[rah-nee, rah-nee] /ˈrɑ ni, rɑˈni/ noun, plural ranis. 1. . [rah-nee, rah-nee] /ˈrɑ ni, rɑˈni/ noun, (in India) 1. the wife of a rajah. 2. a reigning queen or princess. /ˈrɑːnɪ/ noun 1. (in oriental countries, esp India) a queen or princess; the wife of a rajah /ˈrɑːnɪ/ noun 1. a variant spelling of rani
[rah-ni-ket] /ˈrɑ nɪˌkɛt/ noun, Veterinary Pathology. 1. .
ranine ra·nine (rā’nīn’) adj.