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Ronald

[ron-ld] /ˈrɒn ld/
noun
1.
a male given name: from Scandinavian words meaning “counsel” and “rule.”.
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  • "Let that go for now, dear," Ronald said, taking the apron from her.

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  • "It's probably one of the pressure regulators," interrupted Ronald.

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  • The following night Ronald was late in getting home from work.

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  • It was the expression on her face which stopped Ronald Lovegear.

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  • Ronald did not offer to help the freight men drag the box outside.

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Word Origin and History for Ronald

masc. proper name, from Old Norse Rögnvaldr "Having the Gods' Power," from rögn "gods," literally "decreeing powers" (plural of regin "decree") + valdr "ruler" (see wield).

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