the ramie plant or fiber.
Classical Mythology. a Titan, the daughter of Uranus and Gaea, the wife and sister of Cronus, and the mother of Zeus, Poseidon, Hera, Hades, Demeter, and Hestia: identified with Cybele and, by the Romans, with Ops.
Astronomy. one of the moons of Saturn.
(lowercase) either of two South American, ratite birds, Rhea americana or Pterocnemia pennata, resembling the African ostrich but smaller and having three toes.
a female given name.
variant of -rrhea.
either of two large fast-running flightless birds, Rhea americana or Pterocnemia pennata, inhabiting the open plains of S South America: order Rheiformes. They are similar to but smaller than the ostrich, having three-toed feet and a completely feathered body See ratite
(Greek myth) a Titaness, wife of Cronus and mother of several of the gods, including Zeus: a fertility goddess Roman counterpart Ops
the second largest satellite of the planet Saturn
noun, Roman Legend. 1. a vestal virgin who became the mother, by Mars, of Romulus and Remus. noun 1. (Roman myth) the mother of Romulus and Remus by Mars See also Ilia
noun, plural rheboks (especially collectively) rhebok. 1. a large, deerlike South African antelope, Pelea capreolus, with pale-gray, curly fur and straight horns. noun (pl) -boks, -bok 1. an antelope, Pelea capreolus, of southern Africa, having woolly brownish-grey hair
noun, plural rhedas, rhedae [ree-dee, -dahy] /ˈri di, -daɪ/ (Show IPA) 1. (in ancient Rome) a four-wheeled traveling carriage.
noun 1. Syngman [sing-muh n] /ˈsɪŋ mən/ (Show IPA), 1875–1965, president of South Korea 1948–60. noun 1. Syngman (ˈsɪŋmən). 1875–1965, Korean statesman, leader of the campaign for independence from Japan; first president of South Korea (1948–60). Popular unrest forced his resignation