[French raw-zhee-ey] /French rɔ ʒiˈeɪ/ (Show IPA), or Roger
[French raw-zhey] /French rɔˈʒeɪ/ (Show IPA), de la
[French duh-la] /French də la/ (Show IPA), Weyden, Rogier van der.
land covered with grass or herbage and grazed by or suitable for grazing by livestock
a specific tract of such land
the grass or herbage growing on it
(transitive) to cause (livestock) to graze or (of livestock) to graze (a pasture)
see: put out to grass (pasture)
noun 1. (mountaineering) an isolated rock outcrop on a glacier
- Rogue dialler
noun 1. a dial-up connection placed on a computer without the user’s knowledge which, when the user tries to connect to the internet, automatically connects to a premium-rate phone number
noun 1. a vicious elephant that has been exiled from the herd.
noun, plural rogueries. 1. roguish conduct; rascality. 2. playful mischief. noun (pl) -gueries 1. behaviour characteristic of a rogue 2. a roguish or mischievous act