- a centimeter-gram-second unit of fluidity, equal to the reciprocal of poise.
Origin of rhe
First recorded in 1925–30, rhe is from the Greek word rhéos flowing substance, stream
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Examples from the Web for rhe
But yer it come altogither to Trompington, it meteth with Rhe.
After this, and when it is past the aforesaid places, it crosseth in like sort a rill from Smethike ward: thence it Rhe.
Tame, that which some call the Rhe, a common name to all waters that mooue and run from their head.
At six in the morning, however, the island of Rhe still appeared above the horizon.
Near the captain sat his chum, John Barbot, the boilermaker of the isle of Rhe.