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Webster 1913 Edition


Ramage

Ram′age

(răm′ā̍j; 48)
,
Noun.
[F., fr. L.
ramus
a branch.]
1.
Boughs or branches.
[Obs.]
Crabb.
2.
Warbling of birds in trees.
[Obs.]
Drummond.

Ra-mage′

(rȧ-māj′)
,
Adj.
Wild; untamed.
[Obs.]

Webster 1828 Edition


Ramage

RAM'AGE

,
Noun.
[L. ramus, a branch.]
1.
Branches of trees. [Not in use.]
2.
The warbling of birds sitting on boughs.
3.
[See Rummage.]

Definition 2022


ramage

ramage

English

Adjective

ramage (comparative more ramage, superlative most ramage)

  1. (obsolete) wild; untamed

Noun

ramage

  1. Boughs or branches.
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  2. Warbling of birds in trees.
    (Can we find and add a quotation of Drummond to this entry?)

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