Definition for rm (2 of 3)
Definition for rm (3 of 3)
Examples from the Web for rm
On the need of police to keep order in Roman theatres, see the references given by Marquardt, Rm.Pompeii, Its Life and Art|August Mau
Armistice, rm′ist-is, n. a short suspension of hostilities: a truce.
The poet, hearing of the Sultn of Rm's intentions, and wishing to avoid his munificence, took his departure to Tabrz.Jm|Frederick Hadland Davis
Abh-rm is the High or Heaven-Father (from rm, to be high) with his numberless host of descendants.Myths and Dreams|Edward Clodd
Armament, rm′a-ment, n. forces armed or equipped for war: munitions of war, esp.