[ rol-oh ]
/ ˈrɒl oʊ /
Also called Rolf, Roy, Hrolf, Rolf the Ganger .a.d. c860–931?, Norse chieftain: 1st duke of Normandy 911?. a male given name, form of Rolf.
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Words nearby Rollo
roll in the aisles
, roll in the hay
, roll joint
, roll of honour
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How to use Rollo in a sentence
The Rollo has built-in sensors that can automatically detect what type of label it’s printing on so it can keep everything in the correct spot without a user having to dig into its settings.
Put a stack or roll of labels behind the Rollo label printer and it can start pumping out ready-to-roll labels at a rate of one per second.
Rollo himself had struck out with his mighty hoofs, and a sailor went down upon the pavement with a groan.
But, dear Vyvyan, do not put on such an impertinent and indifferent manner; it annoys Sir Rollo exceedingly.
Sir Rollo barely listened to them, breakfasted in silence, and immediately afterwards set out for his office.
Sir Rollo seemed on the point of a great burst of wrath; his lips positively quivered and his eye flashed with passion.
De Valmont's horse was pawing and sniffing uneasily, but Rollo stood firm as a rock.
British Dictionary definitions for Rollo
?860–?930 ad, Norse war leader who received from Charles the Simple a fief that formed the basis of the duchy of NormandyAlso: Rolf, Rolf the Ganger
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