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Rumolt

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Gunther’s chief cook.

“Sore toiled the chief cook, Rumolt; ah! how his orders ran

Among his understrappers! how many a pot and pan,

How many a mighty cauldron rattled and rang again!

They dressed a world of dishes for the expected train.”


Lettsom’s Nibelungen-Lied, stanza 800.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Rukenaw (Dame)
Rule (St.) or St. Regulus
Rule, Britannia
Rule Nisi
Rule of Thumb (The)
Rule of the Road (The)
Rule the Roost (To)
Rum
Ruminate
Rumolt
Rump-fed
Rump Parliament
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Rumping Dozen
Run
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Run a Rig (To)
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