Roose

Roose

Roose ist der Familienname von

Roose ist ein Vorort von Barrow in Furness

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  • Roose — Roose, 1) Theod. Georg August, geb. 1771 in Braunschweig; war Professor der Anatomie u. Secretär des Obersanitätscollegiums in Braunschweig u. st. daselbst 1803; er schr.: Physiologische Untersuchungen, Braunschw. 1796, Gött. 1820; Grundzüge der… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • roose — (v.) c.1200, “to boast;” c.1300, “to praise,” Scottish dialect, from O.N. hrosa “to boast of, to praise.” …   Etymology dictionary

  • roose — [ro͞oz; ] Scot [ röz] vt. roosed, roosing [ME n. ros, v. rosen < ON n. hros, v. horsa] [Scot. or North Eng.] praise …   English World dictionary

  • Roose — Roosecote or Roose is a suburb of Barrow in Furness in Cumbria.the word roose is Celtic for “moor” or “heath”. . The suffix cote of Roosecote means hut or huts, the word cottage is derived from cote.Roosecote and Roose were originally two… …   Wikipedia

  • Roose — This unusual name is of Anglo Saxon origin, and is a locational surname from either Roos in East Yorkshire or Roose in Lancashire. Both places are recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Rosse , and share a similar derivation from the Welsh rhos …   Surnames reference

  • roose — transitive verb Etymology: Middle English rosen, from Old Norse hrōsa Date: 14th century chiefly dialect praise …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • roose — /roohz/; Scot. also /rdduez/, v.t., v.i., roosed, roosing, n. Chiefly Scot. praise. [1150 1200; ME rosen < ON hrosa to praise] * * * …   Universalium

  • Roose — Rose …   Wörterbuch der deutschen familiennamen

  • roose — [[t]ruz[/t]] v. t. v. i. roosed, roos•ing, n. scot. praise • Etymology: 1150–1200; ME rosen < ON hrōsa to praise …   From formal English to slang

  • roose — I. ˈrüz noun ( s) Etymology: Middle English ros, roos, of Scandinavian origin; akin to Icelandic hrōs praise, Old Norse hrōsa to praise, boast; probably akin to Old Norse hrōthr praise more at caduceus 1. chiefly dialect …   Useful english dictionary

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