[raw-lin-suh n] /ˈrɔ lɪn sən/
George, 1812–1902, English historian.
his brother, Sir Henry Creswicke
[krez-ik] /ˈkrɛz ɪk/ (Show IPA), 1810–95, English archaeologist, diplomat, and soldier.
/ˈrɔːlplʌɡ/ noun 1. trademark a short fibre or plastic tube used to provide a fixing in a wall for a screw
[rawlz] /rɔlz/ noun 1. John, 1921–2002, U.S. political philosopher.
[raw] /rɔ/ adjective, rawer, rawest. 1. uncooked, as articles of food: a raw carrot. 2. not having undergone processes of preparing, dressing, finishing, refining, or manufacture: raw cotton. 3. unnaturally or painfully exposed, as flesh, by removal of the skin or natural integument. 4. painfully open, as a sore or wound. 5. crude in quality […]
/ˌrɔːˈmeɪʃ/ noun 1. (Irish) foolish or exaggerated talk; nonsense