rover

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1ro·ver

noun \ˈrō-vər\

Definition of ROVER

:  pirate

Origin of ROVER

Middle English, from Middle Dutch, from roven to rob; akin to Old English rēafian to reave — more at reave
First Known Use: 14th century

Rhymes with ROVER

2rov·er

noun \ˈrō-vər\

Definition of ROVER

1
:  a random or long-distance mark in archery —usually used in plural
3
:  a player who is not assigned to a specific position on a team and who plays wherever needed
4
:  a vehicle for exploring the surface of an extraterrestrial body (as the moon or Mars)

First Known Use of ROVER

1531

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