The Collaborative International Dictionary
Royne \Royne\ (roin), v. t. [F. rogner, OF. rooignier, to clip,
pare, scare, fr. L. rotundus round See Rotund.]
To bite; to gnaw. [Written also roin.] [Obs.]
Usage examples of "royne".
As the arrivals began to chat with Elger, Royne entered to announce that dinner was served.
There, Royne reappeared, to state that he had not been able to find the tobacco.
I have instructed Royne to give revolvers to the three who are unarmed.
The reply came from Royne himself as the servant appeared from the hall.
Stepping to the center of the living room, he held the guns so that they kept a sweeping level upon Elger, Royne and Tully.
Jalway, eyeing Hadlow, who was using one gun to cover the living room, while he kept the other on Royne, at the front door.
The interlude with Royne and Hexler had given Tully and Chunk their chance to enter the fray.