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EtymologyEdit

From Middle English rene, rein (strip of land forming a boundary; furrow; barrier; embankment), from Old Norse rein (a strip of land), from Proto-Germanic *rainō, related to Icelandic rein, Old Danish rēn, German Rain (narrow strip of land between two fields).

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rean (plural reans)

  1. A deep furrow used for drainage
  2. (dialectal) A ridge or baulk
  3. A gutter.

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rean

  1. definite singular of rea

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