rye

  1. the seed of the cereal grass
  2. hardy annual cereal grass widely cultivated in northern Europe where its grain is the chief ingredient of black bread and in North America for forage and soil improvement

Rye

HMS Rye was a British Bangor Class minesweeper of about 640 tons displacement launched in 1940. HMS Rye was powered by two 3-drum small tube type boilers providing a top speed of 16 knots. She carried a complement of 60 and was armed with one 3 inch anti-aircraft gun; one 2 pdr anti-aircraft gun; two 20 mm anti-aircraft guns and four machine-guns.
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rye

[n] - the seed of the cereal grass 2. [n] - hardy annual cereal grass widely cultivated in northern Europe where its grain is the chief ingredient of black bread and in North America for forage and soil improvement 3. [n] - distilled from rye or rye and malt
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Rye

Now a minority crop, rye will grow on poor 'hungry' soils. Resembling barley with awns but with a much taller straw it is still favoured in Eastern Europe.
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Rye

Rye noun [ Middle English rie , reie , Anglo-Saxon ryge ; akin to Icelandic rugr , Swedish råg , Danish rug , Dutch rogge , Old High German rocco , roggo , German rocken , roggen , Lithuanian rugei , Russi...
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rye

1. <botany> A grain yielded by a hardy cereal grass (Secale cereale), closely allied to wheat; also, the plant itself. Rye constitutes a large portion of the breadstuff used by man. ... 2. A disease in a hawk. ... <botany> Rye grass, Italian rye grass,, any plant of the genus Elymus, tall grasses with much the appearance of rye. ... Ori...
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rye

rye whiskey noun whiskey distilled from rye or rye and malt
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rye

(ri) the cereal plant Secale cereale, and its nutritious seed.
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Rye

• (n.) A disease in a hawk. • (n.) A grain yielded by a hardy cereal grass (Secale cereale), closely allied to wheat; also, the plant itself. Rye constitutes a large portion of the breadstuff used by man.
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Rye

town (parish), Rother district, administrative county of East Sussex, historic county of Sussex, England, on a hill by the River Rother. The ...
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Rye

city and town (township), on Long Island Sound, in Westchester county, southeastern New York, U.S. The original town site, at Pendingo Neck, was ...
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rye

(species Secale cereale), cereal grass and its edible grain that is used to make rye bread and rye whiskey. The plant grows to a height of 1 to 2 m ... [5 related articles]
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rye

rye, cereal grain of the family Gramineae (grass family). The grain, Secale cereale, is important chiefly in Central and N Europe. It seems to have been domesticated later than wheat and other staple grains; cultivated rye is quite similar to the wild forms and no traces of it have been found among ...
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Rye

Rye, town (1991 pop. 4,127), East Sussex, SE England, on the Rother River. It is a tourist resort and small port with boatbuilding and netmaking industries. Rye was one of the “ancient towns” added to the Cinque Ports. It had a thriving trade in the 17th cent. but decayed after the reces...
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Rye

Rye, city (1990 pop. 14,936), Westchester co., SE N.Y., a suburb of New York City, on Long Island Sound; settled 1660, inc. as a city 1942. It is chiefly residential, with a cancer-research center, a hardware and locks manufacturing company, and several corporate offices. In colonial times, Rye was ...
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Rye

Rye (Secale cereale) is a grass cultivated in Russia, Germany and Scandinavia. It's flour is used to make ' black bread', a dark and rather sour bread.
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rye

Tall annual cereal grass grown extensively in northern Europe and other temperate regions. The flour is used to make dark-coloured (`black`) breads. Rye is grown mainly as a food crop for animals, but the grain is also used to make whisky and breakfast cereals. (Secale cereale.)
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Rye

Grain used in whiskey-making, most notably in the USA, where rye whiskey was once more popular than Bourbon. Now something of a niche product, rye is making a stealthy comeback among US connoisseurs.
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Rye

[Metro-North station] For many years, Rye was the eastern Westchester County station for Amtrak, until it was replaced by New Rochelle in October 1987. Rye is 24.1 miles from Grand Central Terminal and the average travel time from Grand Central is 50 minutes. As of August 2006, weekday commuter ridership was 2,470, and there are 696 parking...
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Rye

[city] Rye is a city in Westchester County, New York, United States. It is separate from the town of Rye, which is larger than the city. Rye city, formerly the village of Rye, was part of the town until it received its charter as a city in 1942. The population was 15,720 at the 2010 census. Rye is the youngest city in New York State. No oth...
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Rye

Rye (Secale cereale) is a grass grown extensively as a grain, a cover crop and as a forage crop. It is a member of the wheat tribe (Triticeae) and is closely related to barley (Hordeum) and wheat (Triticum). Rye grain is used for flour, rye bread, rye beer, crisp bread, some whiskeys, some vodkas, and animal fodder. It can also be eaten whole, eit...
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Rye

Rye has been grown since medieval times mostly in northern Europe and the region that we know as Russia. The taste of rye as been described as bitter and therefore is generally used in conjuction with other cereals such as oats and wheat. Rye contains on average 12% protein and is a source of calcium, magnesium, lysine and potassium. Rye has also ...
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Rye

The oldest native American whiskey, originally manufactured in the 1600s by Scotch and Irish settler
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Rye

Rye is an Irish name for boys and girls. The meaning is `Powerful ruler` The name Rye is most commonly given to American boys. In Scotland, the Netherlands and England and Wales it is (almost) solely given to boys The name sounds like: Rae, Raye, Ree, Rie, Rue,, Raye, Rae, Roe Similar names are: Ryen, Aya, Kaye, Caye, Faye, Gaye, Eyo, Rene, Jaye, J...
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