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RyenA food grain gained from the plant "Secale cereale", extensively used in Europe.
Rye breadnA type of bread made with various proportion of flour for rye grain.
Rye grass nA genus of tufted grass in the bluegrass subfamily of the grass family.
Rye-land nInferior land, less suitable for the cultivation of rye.
Rye meal nAlso called “whole grain rye flour,” rye meal contains all of the bran, germ and endosperm of the original rye kernel. Rye meal can be ground fine, medium or coarse. Coarse, whole-grain rye flour is called pumpernickel, and gives its name to the traditional German bread
Rye-starch nFlour of rye.
Rye-strawnThe dried haulm of rye; a single straw of this, fig, a weak insignificant person.
Rynd nO.E. hrindan: to push. An iron bar for supporting an upper millstone in a buhrstone mill.