[roozh ey nwahr; French roozh ey nwar] /ˈruʒ eɪ ˈnwɑr; French ruʒ eɪ ˈnwar/
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/
a card game in which the players put their stakes on any of two red and two black diamond-shaped spots marked on the table Also called trente et quarante
- 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.: […]
noun 1. rough or coarse material. 2. any coarse, rough food for livestock. 3. fiber (def 9). noun 1. the coarse indigestible constituents of food or fodder, which provide bulk to the diet and promote normal bowel function See also dietary fibre 2. any rough or coarse material roughage rough·age (rŭf’ĭj) n. See fiber.