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Definition of Rayne
1. a kingdom [n -S] - See also: kingdom
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rayne
rayne (current term)
rays of light
Literary usage of Rayne
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Archaeological Journal by British Archaeological Association (1883)
"It was to the effect that he had in his possession the original war helmet of a Capell which he had obtained from the old church of rayne in 1837. ..."
2. The Chronicle of Froissart by Jean Froissart (1901)
"... sondry kyng of Ing- seased to rayne all the hoole weeke, wherby theyre ... but grene bowes, the whiche wolde nat burne bicause of the rayne. ..."
3. Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society by Essex Archaeological Society (1906)
"1 rayne Church, 1904 ... ... .. ... ... ... 24*3 • Arms of the Capell family (,1572) ... ... ... ... 249 'Crest of the Capell family (1572) 249 '-Rochford ..."
4. The Repentance of Magdalene Despar and Other Poems by George Essex Evans (1891)
"MARION rayne. THE roses have climbed up the garden wall, But one hangs highest above them all— The sweet Queen-Rose on her slender stem, With the morning ..."
5. The Musical World (1851)
"AH day I wept, at night I cried, To my poor Reuben rayne. CHORUS. Oh ! pity my poor Reuben rayne, No friendly voice to cheer him now, Oh! my pity my poor ..."
6. The Register of the Privy Council of Scotland by Scotland Privy Council (1905)
"... Mr Williame Oliphant of Kirkhill, Mr Andró Logie, parson of rayne, ... Jhon Leithe of Harthill, W. Oliphant, witnes, MA Logie, parson of rayne ..."