Rondeau

Rondeau, a form of short poem (originally French) which, as in the 15th century, usually consists of 13 lines, eight of which have one rhyme and five another; is divided into three stanzas, the first line of the rondeau forming the concluding line of the last two stanzas; Swinburne has popularised it in modern times.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Ronda * Rondo
Romford
Romilly, Sir Samuel
Romney, George
Romney, New
Romola
Romsay
Romulus
Ronaldshay, North and South
Roncesvalles
Ronda
Rondeau
Rondo
Ronsard, Pierre
Röntgen, Wilhelm Konrad von
Röntgen Rays
Rooke, Sir George
Roon, Count von
Root, George Frederick
Root and Branch Men
Ropemaker, The Beautiful
Rorke's Drift