rover
I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Middle Dutch, from roven to rob; akin to Old English rēafian to reave — more at reave Date: 14th century pirate II. noun Date: 1531 1. a random or long-distance mark in archery — usually used in plural 2. wanderer, roamer 3. a player who is not assigned to a specific position on a team and who plays wherever needed 4. a vehicle for exploring the surface of an extraterrestrial body (as the moon or Mars)

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  • Rover — Rov er, n. [D. roover a robber. See {Rove}, v. i.] 1. One who practices robbery on the seas; a pirate. [1913 Webster] Yet Pompey the Great deserveth honor more justly for scouring the seas, and taking from the rovers 846 sail of ships. Holland.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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