Definition of Retes

1. rete [n] - See also: rete



Lexicographical Neighbors of Retes

retentions
retentive
retentive circumferential clasp arm
retentive fulcrum line
retentively
retentiveness
retentivenesses
retentives
retentivities
retentivity
retentor
retentors
reteplase
retepore
retepores
retes (current term)
retest
retested
retestified
retestifies
retestify
retestifying
retesting
retests
retexture
retextured
retextures
retexturing
retgersite
rethatch

Literary usage of Retes

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Supplementary Papers (1886)
"retes sailed for many leagues along the north coast of New Guinea, ... Thus it was that retes changed the name of Saavedra's " Island of Gold," the " Papua ..."

2. Commodore Sir John Hayes: His Voyage and Life (1767-1831) with Some Account by Ida Lee Marriott, Ida Lee (1912)
"Again, in 1542, Ruy Lopez de Villalobos sailed to Mindanao, and one of his vessels, the San Juan, under the command of Ortiz de retes, in May, 1545, ..."

3. Papers Relative to Mexican Affairs: Communicated to the Senate June 16, 1864 by United States Dept. of State (1865)
"The sheriff, accompanied bv retes went to the house of the subscriber, sister of the deceased, where Nunez and Pacheco lived They found Nunez asleep ..."

4. Bulletin of the New York Public Library by New York Public Library (1909)
"Culia- can: Tip. de retes y Díaz.. .1882. 30 p. 8°. Reglamento para el gobierno interior de. congreso del estado de Sinaloa. ..."

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