[ron-suh-valz; Spanish rawn-thes-vah-lyes] /ˈrɒn səˌvælz; Spanish ˌrɔn θɛsˈvɑ lyɛs/
a village in N Spain, in the Pyrenees: defeat of part of Charlemagne’s army and the death of Roland a.d.
/ˈrɒnsəˌvælz; Spanish rɔnθesˈβaʎes/
a village in N Spain, in the Pyrenees: a nearby pass was the scene of the defeat of Charlemagne and death of Roland in 778 French name Roncevaux (rɔ̃svo)
noun, plural roncos. 1. any grunt of the genus Haemulon, especially H. parrai, the sailor’s-choice, of West Indian waters.
[French rawn duh zhahnb] /French rɔ̃ də ˈʒɑ̃b/ noun, plural ronds de jambe [French rawn duh zhahnb] /French rɔ̃ də ˈʒɑ̃b/ (Show IPA). Ballet. 1. a circular movement of the leg.
noun, Printing. 1. a typeface imitative of upright, somewhat angular, handwriting.
noun, plural rondeaux [ron-dohz, ron-dohz] /ˈrɒn doʊz, rɒnˈdoʊz/ (Show IPA) 1. Prosody. a short poem of fixed form, consisting of 13 or 10 lines on two rhymes and having the opening words or phrase used in two places as an unrhymed refrain. 2. a 13th-century monophonic song form consisting of two phrases, each repeated several […]