Word Unit: Roman Times and Events: Those about to Die, Historical Perspectives (historical perspectives for a better understanding of Roman events in their arenas)
Word Unit: Roman Times and Events: Those about to Die, Special Terms (words which identify Roman terms referring to people and other topics; especially, those appearing in Those about to Die)
Word Unit: roseo-, ros- (Latin: a red or pick color; rose colored or pinkish)
Word Unit: rostr-, rostro-, rostri- + (Latin: beak)
Word Unit: roti-, rot- (Latin: wheel [turn])
Word Unit: rotundi-, rotundo-, rotund- (Latin: rotondo, rotundus; round, rounded; from Latin, rota, "wheel")
Word Unit: -rrhagia, -rrhage, -rrhagic (Greek > Latin: a suffix; a bursting forth, excessive flow)
Word Unit: -rrhea, -rrhoea, -orrhea + (Greek > Latin: flow, flowing)
Word Unit: rub-, rubi- (Latin: red, reddish)
Word Unit: ruct- + (Latin: belch; eject, send out; expel)
Word Unit: rudi-, rud- (Latin: rough, unformed, unwrought; ignorant, untutored)
Word Unit: rug-, rugo- + (Greek > Latin: wrinkle, to make full of wrinkles; ridge, fold)

Cross references of word families related directly, or indirectly, to: "wrinkle, wrinkled; fold": pharc-; rhytid-.

Word Unit: ruin- (Latin: collapse; serious damage; destruction)
Word Unit: rumin-, rumina- (Latin: to chew over again, to chew the cud; to muse or to meditate; that is, to think about something in a deep and serious or dreamy and abstracted way or to think about something carefully, calmly, seriously, and for a long time)
Word Unit: rupt-, -rupting, -ruption (Latin: break, tear, rend; burst)

Related break, broken-word units: clast-; frag-.

Word Unit: rust-, rus-, rura-, ruri- (Latin: country, farm, land, open land; of the country, simple; living in the country)