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'''''rhoss''''' is the archaic [[Noldorin]] word derived from the stem ''[[rus-]]'', which means "flash" or "glitter of metal".  
 
'''''rhoss''''' is the archaic [[Noldorin]] word derived from the stem ''[[rus-]]'', which means "flash" or "glitter of metal".  
  
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* ''[[The Lost Road and Other Writings]]'', [[Etymologies|The Etymologies]]   
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rhoss is the archaic Noldorin word derived from the stem rus-, which means "flash" or "glitter of metal".

Examples

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