ronepipe (ˈrəʊnˌpaɪp, Scottish ˈronˌpəɪp)
- Scot a drainpipe or gutter for carrying rainwater from a roof
C19: origin unknown
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Examples from the Web for rone
And sone after one Mauncelle a squier, comyng fro Rone, with .The Boke of Noblesse
With a pitchfork they made such an openeing in my rone horse's belly.Claverhouse
I told her Rone and I would jus' soon not be let in on the fiesta to-night, and she bit me.
Simply can't understand how I ever came to have a pair of shillyshallying children like Rone and Ted.
My old Oak was there, and the apple trees, and the peaches and the pretty things that bloom in red and rone.The Secret of the Creation
Howard D. Pollyen