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Remus

[ ree-muhs ]

noun

  1. Roman Legend. Romulus1
  2. Uncle. Uncle Remus.


Remus

/ ˈriːməs /

noun

  1. Roman myth the brother of Romulus


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"But dat aint needer yer ner dar," said Uncle Remus, renewing his attack upon the little boy.

In the introduction to the first volume of Uncle Remus, a lame apology was made for inflicting a book of dialect upon the public.

I des wish you look at dat pone er co'n-bread, honey, en dem ar greens, en see ef dey aint got Remus writ some'rs on um.

"Yit I aint blamin' um," Uncle Remus went on, with a sigh, after a little pause.

Romulus and Remus were the twin sons of a lady named Rhea Sylvia.

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