noun, plural reremice. Archaic.
noun (pl) -mice
an archaic or dialect word for bat2
noun, plural reremice. Archaic. 1. a bat. noun (pl) -mice 1. an archaic or dialect word for bat2
noun 1. an amount received or paid as rent. 2. the act of renting. 3. an apartment, house, car, etc., offered or given for rent. 4. an income arising from rents received. 5. a rent-roll. adjective 6. of or relating to rent. 7. available for rent. 8. engaged in the business of providing rentals: a […]
noun 1. rearward (defs 2, 3). (Josh. 6:9), the troops in the rear of an army on the march, the rear-guard. This word is a corruption of the French arriere-garde. During the wilderness march the tribe of Dan formed the rear-guard (Num. 10:25; comp. 1 Sam. 29:2; Isa. 52:12; 58:8).
verb (used without object), rose, risen [riz-uh n] /ˈrɪz ən/ (Show IPA), rising. 1. to get up from a lying, sitting, or kneeling posture; assume an upright position: She rose and walked over to greet me. With great effort he rose to his knees. 2. to get up from bed, especially to begin the day […]