/ˈrɒndə ˈkʊnən ˈtæf/
a county borough in S Wales, created from part of Mid Glamorgan in 1996. Pop: 231 600 (2003 est). Area: 558 sq km (215 sq miles)
noun 1. a river flowing from the Alps in S Switzerland through the Lake of Geneva and SE France into the Mediterranean. 504 miles (810 km) long. 2. a department in E central France: wine-growing region. 1104 sq. mi. (2860 sq. km). Capital: Lyons. noun 1. a river in W Europe, rising in S Switzerland […]
noun 1. any of numerous varieties of wine produced in the Rhone River valley, between Lyons and the Mediterranean.
[roh-pal-id, roh-puh-lid] /roʊˈpæl ɪd, ˈroʊ pə lɪd/ noun 1. any of various hemipterous insects of the family Rhopalidae that feed chiefly on grasses and occasionally on certain trees, as the box elder.
noun 1. bedrock immediately underlying layers of soil.
noun 1. Historical Linguistics. a change of a speech sound, especially (s), to (r), as in the change from Old Latin lases to Latin lares. 2. excessive use of the sound (r), its misarticulation, or the substitution of another sound for it. noun (phonetics) 1. excessive use or idiosyncratic pronunciation of r