Definition of Rokes
1. roke [v] - See also: roke
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rokes
rokes (current term)
Literary usage of Rokes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Vital Records of Uxbridge, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850 by Uxbridge (Mass.), Uxbridge, Mass, Thomas W Baldwin, Uxbridge (Mass. : Town (1916)
"POWERS, Deliverance and John Rook (rokes, int.), July 26, Ezekiel and Hannah Hall, Jan. 28, 1767. Lydia and Jonah Stow of Grafton, int. Oct. 17, 1768. ..."
2. Annual Report (new Series).: Volume I-XVI...1885-1904 by Geological Survey of Canada (1902)
"rokes and Morse's quarry on Drury cove, Kennebecasis river, about four miles from its mouth and about half a mile to the westward of ..."
3. Life and Correspondence of Abraham Sharp: The Yorkshire Mathematician and by William Cudworth (1889)
"1315—Ric del rokes, with Thomas de Rooks, occur in a deed signed by Robert ... 1362—John del rokes. 1390—John de rokes occurs as a witness, ..."
4. The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal by Yorkshire Archaeological Society (1895)
"... Ric. del rokes, John son of Ric. del rokes, Ric. de Birstall. Schelf, Friday before the Feast of Rogation, Ш1. [A. 76.] 1345. Grant by Geoffrey de Shelf ..."
5. The History and Antiquities of the Hundred of Desborough, and Deanery of by Thomas Langley (1797)
"Thomas rokes = Margery daughter of Thomas Sack- ville Thomas ... VII, 1486 Thomas rokes= - daughter of fir William | Stoner Thomas rokes= Elizabeth daughter ..."