Ruth (Fulton) 1887–1948, U.S. writer and anthropologist.
Saint, a.d. 480?–543? Italian monk: founded Benedictine order.
[ros-i-ter] /ˈrɒs ɪ tər/ (Show IPA), 1884–1936, U.S. biochemist.
a male given name: from a Latin word meaning “blessed.”.
Saint. ?480–?547 ad, Italian monk: founded the Benedictine order at Monte Cassino in Italy in about 540 ad. His Regula Monachorum became the basis of the rule of all Western Christian monastic orders. Feast day: July 11 or March 14
noun 1. a former province in E Czechoslovakia. noun 1. a region of E Europe on the south side of the Carpathian Mountains: belonged to Hungary from the 14th century, to Czechoslovakia from 1918 to 1939, and was ceded to the former Soviet Union in 1945; in 1991 it became part of the newly independent […]
adjective 1. Also, Ruthene [roo-theen] /ruˈθin/ (Show IPA). of or relating to the inhabitants of Ruthenia, Galicia, and neighboring regions. noun 2. one of the Ruthenian people. 3. the dialect of Ukrainian spoken in Ruthenia. 4. a member of a former Orthodox religious group that entered into communion with the Roman Catholic Church in 1596 […]
adjective, Chemistry. 1. containing ruthenium in a higher valence state than the corresponding ruthenious compound. adjective 1. of or containing ruthenium, esp in a high valency state
adjective, Chemistry. 1. containing bivalent ruthenium. adjective 1. of or containing ruthenium in a divalent state