[roo-ahn-duh-oo-roo n-dee] /ruˈɑn də ʊˈrʊn di/
a former territory in central Africa, E of the Democratic Republic of the Congo: formerly part of German East Africa; administered by Belgium as a League of Nations mandate 1923–46 and as a United Nations trust territory 1946–62; now divided into the independent states of Rwanda and Burundi.
a former territory of central Africa: part of German East Africa from 1890; a League of Nations mandate under Belgian administration from 1919; a United Nations trusteeship from 1946; divided into the independent states of Rwanda and Burundi in 1962
verb (used with object), rubbed, rubbing. 1. to subject the surface of (a thing or person) to pressure and friction, as in cleaning, smoothing, polishing, coating, massaging, or soothing: to rub a table top with wax polish; to rub the entire back area. 2. to move (something) back and forth or with a rotary motion, […]
noun, Canadian. 1. soup made from pemmican, flour, and water, once common among fur trappers, hunters, etc. noun 1. (Canadian) a soup or stew made by boiling pemmican with, if available, flour and vegetables
noun 1. the sound of a drum when beaten.
[roo-bahy-yaht, -bee-] /ˈru baɪˌyɑt, -bi-/ noun 1. a free translation (first published in 1859) by Edward FitzGerald of a group of quatrains by the Persian poet Omar Khayyám.