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1. † arine, v. View full entry c1000

...nan, a- + hrínan to touch: see rine Rarer in Old English than æt...

2. † atrine, v. View full entry c1000

...an, at- + hrínan to touch: see rine and arine Obsolete. To touch. 1...

3. † berine, v. View full entry a1300

...v. berined berines berining be- 1 + rine Old English hrínan to touch; compare...

4. † onrine, v. View full entry eOE

...ation. Etymons: on-, rine on- + rine Obsolete. transitive. To touch...

5. Paludrine, n. View full entry 1944

...atebrin palud- (in paludism) + - rine (in mepacrine or atabrine, variant...

6. rain, v. View full entry OE

...Class I weak verb rignan, rīnan rine and its cognates in other Ge...

7. Rhine, n.1 View full entry a1399

...nglish and early modern English Rine , Ryne, early modern English R...

8. rime, n.1 View full entry eOE

...im) the same Germanic base as rine Perhaps compare Lithuanian kr...

9. † rin, n.1 View full entry 1787

...ire mid fisces smerwe. The form rine cited by W. Rye Gloss. Words E....

10. rind, n.2 View full entry 1318

...ch rijn, masculine ( Dutch rijn), rīne , feminine ( Dutch regional (West...

11. riner, n. View full entry 1673

...derivation. Etymons: rine, -er. rine + -er. English regional (chiefly...

12. † riny, adj. View full entry 1682

...Etymons: English rine, rind, -y. rine , variant of rind + -y. Compare...

13. woodbine, n. View full entry c875

...final d compare line for lind, rine for rind. Similar formations...

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