- riley, james whitcomb,
- riley-day syndrome,
- rilke, rainer maria,
- rim lighting
Origin of rill1
Origin of rill2
Examples from the Web for rill
Others, though, trained on Lange-ian principles, will rill rise and fill the gap.
For the whole four miles we saw but one rill emptying in, and the volume of water did not seem to be increased 75 from the first.The Maine Woods|Henry David Thoreau
Miss 'Rill went along to school half an hour ago—or she never would have gotten there without a wetting.Janice Day|Helen Beecher Long
Written invites, she rags out in her rill best dress, for parties.Friendship Village|Zona Gale
Word Origin for rill
"small brook, rivulet," 1530s, from or related to Dutch and Frisian ril, Low German rille "groove, furrow, running stream," probably from Proto-Germanic *ril- (cf. Old English rið, riþe "brook, stream," which survives only in dialects), a diminutive form from PIE root *reie- "to run, flow" (see Rhine).