Rewme
Rewme Rewme, n. Realm. [Obs.] --Piers Plowman. [1913 Webster]

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  • Middle English — Spoken in England, south east Scotland and in Scottish burghs, to some extent in Ireland Extinct developed into Early Modern English, Scots and Yola in Wexford by the 16th century Language family …   Wikipedia

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  • realm — noun 1》 archaic, literary, or Law a kingdom. 2》 a field or area of activity or interest: the realm of chemistry. Origin ME rewme, from OFr. reaume, from L. regimen (see regimen); the spelling with l was influenced by OFr. reiel royal …   English new terms dictionary

  • rheum — /rum/ (say roohm) noun 1. Pathology a thin serous or catarrhal discharge. 2. catarrh; a cold. {Middle English rewme, from Old French reume, from Latin rheuma, from Greek: a flow, rheum} –rheumy, adjective …   Australian English dictionary

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