- Rokeby (obsolete)
From earlier Rokeby (rook + -by), from Middle English Rokebi, an alteration (using the Middle English bi (“village, town”), from Old Norse býr (“town, settlement”)) of Old English Rocheberie, possibly from earlier Old English *Hrōceburh (literally “rook-fort, Rookbury”).
- A town in Warwickshire, England, where the sport of rugby is thought to have originated.
- A local government district with borough status of Warwickshire with its headquarters in the town.
- A city, the county seat of Pierce County, North Dakota, United States.
Rugby n (genitive Rugbys, no plural)
- “Rugby” in Duden online
Rugby m (uncountable)