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Etymology 1Edit

See rein

NounEdit

reins

  1. plural of rein

VerbEdit

reins

  1. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of rein

Etymology 2Edit

From Old French reins, see also rein in French.

NounEdit

reins

  1. (archaic) The kidneys.
  2. The lower part of the back.
  3. (architecture) The parts of a vault between the crown and the spring or abutment, including, and having especial reference to, the loading or filling behind the shell of the vault.

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  • reins at OneLook Dictionary Search

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AdjectiveEdit

reins

  1. Partitive form of rein

FrenchEdit

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

reins m pl

  1. plural of rein

NounEdit

reins m pl (plural only)

  1. small of the back; waist

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