a pursuivant at the English college of arms
[roozh ey nwahr; French roozh ey nwar] /ˈruʒ eɪ ˈnwɑr; French ruʒ eɪ ˈnwar/ noun 1. a gambling game using cards, played at a table marked with two red and two black diamond-shaped spots on which the players place their stakes. rouge et noir /ˈruːʒ eɪ ˈnwɑː; French ruʒ e nwar/ noun 1. a card […]
- Rouget cell
Rouget cell Rou·get cell (rōō-zhā’) n. Any of numerous branching contractile cells on an external capillary wall.
- Rouget de Lisle
or Rouget de I’Isle [roo-zhe duh leel] /ruˈʒɛ də ˈlil/ noun 1. Claude Joseph [klohd zhaw-zef] /kloʊd ʒɔˈzɛf/ (Show IPA), 1760–1836, French army officer and composer of songs: wrote and composed Marseillaise. Rouget de Lisle /French ruʒɛ də lil/ noun 1. Claude Joseph (klod ʒozɛf). 1760–1836, French army officer: composer of the Marseillaise (1792), the […]
adjective, rougher, roughest. 1. having a coarse or uneven surface, as from projections, irregularities, or breaks; not smooth: rough, red hands; a rough road. 2. shaggy or coarse: a dog with a rough coat. 3. (of an uninhabited region or large land area) steep or uneven and covered with high grass, brush, trees, stones, etc.: […]