She had been stopping with her daughter at the Htel du rhin, but whether or not she was still there the clerk did not know.
The Haut rhin is classed under the generic title of the gentil.
A direct hit on the Hotel du rhin would make a nasty mess in this vaulted room and end a game of cards.
Myr′rhin, the fixed resin of myrrh; Myr′rhol, the volatile oil of myrrh.
It was still not too late, probably, for a messenger to catch him at the Hôtel du rhin before he left.
He dressed at the "rhin," put on an overcoat, and set out to walk to the Rue Gaillard about half-past seven.
There were two enormous crashes outside the windows of the Hotel du rhin.
principal river in western Germany, from German Rhein, from Middle High German Rin, ultimately from Gaulish Renos, literally "that which flows," from PIE root *reie- "to move, flow, run" (cf. Sanskrit rinati "causes to flow," ritih "stream, course;" Latin rivus "stream;" Old Church Slavonic reka "river;" Middle Irish rian "river, way;" Gothic rinnan "run, flow," rinno "brook;" Middle Low German ride "brook;" Old English riþ "stream;" Old English rinnan, Old Norse rinna "to run," Dutch ril "running stream"). The spelling with -h- (cf. Latin Rhenus; French Rhin) is from influence of the Greek form of the name, Rhenos.