Etymology 1


roin (third-person singular simple present roins, present participle roining, simple past and past participle roined)

(obsolete, intransitive) To growl; to roar. [15th-17th c.]

Etymology 2


roin (plural roins)

(obsolete) A scab; a scurf, or scurfy spot. [15th-16th c.]


• Iron, Orin, RINO, Rion, inro, inrล, iron, noir, nori

Source: Wiktionary

Roin, v. t.

Definition: See Royne. [Obs.]

Roin, n. Etym: [F. rogne. See Roynish.]

Definition: A scab; a scurf, or scurfy spot. [Obs.]

Source: Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary 1913 Edition


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