See also: rene, Rene, rené, réne, René, and Réné

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From Old French resne, redne, from early Medieval Latin retina, ultimately from Latin retinere (hold back, restrain).

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rêne f (plural rênes)

  1. rein (strap or rope used to control an animal)
  2. (figuratively) power over something

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