pity or compassion.
sorrow or grief.
self-reproach; contrition; remorse.
George Herman (“Babe”) 1895–1948, U.S. baseball player.
a Moabite woman who married Boaz and became an ancestor of David: the daughter-in-law of Naomi.
a book of the Bible bearing her name.
a female given name.
grief or distress
a Moabite woman, who left her own people to remain with her mother-in-law Naomi, and became the wife of Boaz; an ancestress of David
the book in which these events are recounted
George Herman, nicknamed Babe. 1895–1948, US professional baseball player from 1914 to 1935
The great-grandmother of King David, known for her kindness and faithfulness. Not an Israelite herself, she married an Israelite who had come to her country with his family. Ruth’s husband died, and her mother-in-law, Naomi, set out to return to the country of the Israelites. Ruth insisted on accompanying Naomi, saying, “ Whither thou goest, I will go; and where thou lodgest, I will lodge.” In the country of the Israelites, Ruth married Boaz, a rich relative of her dead husband; Boaz had been attracted to Ruth by her generosity. Her story is told in the Book of Ruth in the Old Testament.
D.A. Harrison at Newcastle University. Real-time language based on LispKit. Uses timestamps and real-time clocks.
[“RUTH: A Functional Language for Real-Time Programming”, D. Harrison in PARLE: Parallel Architectures and Languages Europe, LNCS 259, Springer 1987, pp.297-314].
a friend, a Moabitess, the wife of Mahlon, whose father, Elimelech, had settled in the land of Moab. On the death of Elimelech and Mahlon, Naomi came with Ruth, her daughter-in-law, who refused to leave her, to Bethlehem, the old home from which Elimelech had migrated. There she had a rich relative, Boaz, to whom Ruth was eventually married. She became the mother of Obed, the grandfather of David. Thus Ruth, a Gentile, is among the maternal progenitors of our Lord (Matt. 1:5). The story of “the gleaner Ruth illustrates the friendly relations between the good Boaz and his reapers, the Jewish land system, the method of transferring property from one person to another, the working of the Mosaic law for the relief of distressed and ruined families; but, above all, handing down the unselfishness, the brave love, the unshaken trustfulness of her who, though not of the chosen race, was, like the Canaanitess Tamar (Gen. 38:29; Matt. 1:3) and the Canaanitess Rahab (Matt. 1:5), privileged to become the ancestress of David, and so of ‘great David’s greater Son'” (Ruth 4:18-22).
- Ruth benedict
noun 1. Ruth (Fulton) 1887–1948, U.S. writer and anthropologist. 2. Saint, a.d. 480?–543? Italian monk: founded Benedictine order. 3. Stanley Rossiter [ros-i-ter] /ˈrɒs ɪ tər/ (Show IPA), 1884–1936, U.S. biochemist. 4. a male given name: from a Latin word meaning “blessed.”. noun 1. Saint. ?480–?547 ad, Italian monk: founded the Benedictine order at Monte Cassino […]
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