[ re-nee ]
/ ˈrɛ ni /
Gui·do [gwee-daw], /ˈgwi dɔ/, 1575–1642, Italian painter.
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Other definitions for Reni (2 of 2)
a combining form meaning “kidney,” used in the formation of compound words: reniform.
Origin of reni-
<Latin rēni-, combining form of rēnēs kidneys
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How to use Reni in a sentence
Cujus ossa in Reni fluminis insula, ubi in Oceanum prorumpit, reservata sunt et de longinquo venientibus pro miraculo ostenduntur.
Jules Reni for whom Julesburg was named, was one of his first victims.
We must picture him for ourselves, and this, thanks to Guido Reni, we may easily do.
Guido Reni treasured it, but, as treasures do disappear, it vanished.
British Dictionary definitions for Reni (1 of 2)
Guido (ˈɡwiːdo). 1575–1642, Italian baroque painter and engraver
British Dictionary definitions for Reni (2 of 2)
kidney or kidneysreniform
Word Origin for reni-
from Latin rēnēs
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