Definition of rune
Origin of rune1
OTHER WORDS FROM runerunelike, adjective
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How to use rune in a sentence
In a post-credits scene, Wanda is consulting the Book of the Damned, which looks an awful lot like the books in Doctor Strange’s library, and the runes she uses are reminiscent of ones that pop up in Doctor Strange.
These are closer in spirit and power to the largest paintings, which the artist’s statements likens to runes and petroglyphs.In the galleries: Up to his elbows in watery works and lustrous prints|Mark Jenkins|December 18, 2020|Washington Post
The magical powers of runes were invoked, and the Ahnenerbe logo features rune-style lettering.Hitler’s Hunt for the Holy Grail and the Ghent Altarpiece|Noah Charney|December 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
O I will for thee the Rune-characters trace, And thou them shalt cast in convenient place.
A rune is a sort of alphabet of sixteen characters and all are formed in straight lines.The Girl Scouts at Camp Comalong|Lillian Garis
Then, stooping, she said slowly the few lines of the old, old rune.
What is the rune that is said for the throwing into the sea of the sins of the dead?
So this dear, deluded old gentleman, having failed to secure a 'rune' in Java brought back something equally cryptic—a woman?Cleek, the Master Detective|Thomas W. Hanshew