noun, plural ru·gae [roo-jee, -gee]. /ˈru dʒi, -gi/.
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The earlier reading of "una alterave ruga" was "uno alterove denticulo."
But I think now that camp belonged to the Waruga-ruga (bandits).My Kalulu, Prince, King and Slave|Henry M. Stanley
It was Father Ruga, the queen's confessor, who informed her when all was over.Agnes Strickland's Queens of England, Vol. II. (of III)|Rosalie Kaufman
In connection with the divorce of Carvilius Ruga, he discusses a widespread conspiracy of Roman wives to poison their husbands.
Carvilius Ruga, the name of the first Roman to procure a divorce, has been handed down to us.