[ roo-fuhs ]


  1. a male given name: from a Latin word meaning “red-headed.”

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Example Sentences

William Rufus, son of William the Conqueror was gay, as was James I, his son Charles I and Richard I (Richard the Lionheart).

Teddy Thompson sang This Little Light of Mine and Rufus Wainwright sang Over the Rainbow.

Anneli Rufus reports on which day, at what time, and in what weather you stand the best chance of having sex.

Anneli Rufus culls the research on the choices that impact our kids.

From quitting smoking to getting married, Anneli Rufus weighs in on what weighs us down.

The oath of William Rufus, per vultum de Lucca, has raised conjectures as to its probable signification.

"That was easy after all," muttered Rufus Cameron to himself.

"I didn't mean to do that; really I didn't," said Rufus Cameron, smoothly.

Do you suppose Rufus Cameron can do anything more in the matter?

"He came to see me on private business, Rufus," was the quiet answer.





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