Definition of "reh" [reh]

  • A saline efflorescence rising to the surface and covering various extensive tracts of land in the Indo-Gangetic alluvial plain, rendering the soil worthless for cultivation. (noun)
  • Containing the mixture of sodium salts called reh: applied to land in the Northwest Provinces of India on the surface of which these salts appear as an efflorescence. (unknown)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "reh" in a sentence
  • "Department of Agriculture Commissioner Steven Reviczky reh-VIS-kee' said Thursday the chicken coop collapsed Jan. 27 at the Kofkoff Egg Farm in Bozrah, a small town southeast of Hartford."
  • "Um…rusty maff skills, aihaz dem! izzinit pi times reh radius skwared equals teh circumference?"
  • "It is heady, too, and strong: sheen, dah, tah, noon, reh, zein, sounds that brook no spill of liquid before their heat, threaten any lilting sibilance to vapour and smoke if it should come too near."