Miwāfu Dictionary - ro
rocho /ɺo.tɕo/ n. 1. A furious rage or anger. 2. A screaming fighting. v. 1. To have a screaming fight. 2. To fight for the sake of fighting.
rocho /ɺo.tɕo/ n. 1. A long-term anger. v. 1. To have a passive-aggressive fight. 2. To fight without revealing the purpose of the fight.
romōga /ɺo.moː.ɡa/ n. 1. A measurement of distance. 2. A surveyor's rod of 16.5 feet.
romòga /ɺo.ꜜmo.ɡa/ v. 1. To measure out a distance that is approximately a romōga away. 2. To measure something out in terms of romōgas.
rōte /ɺoː.te/ n. 1. A solar day from sunrise to sunrise.
rotefúchi /ɺo.te.ꜛɸɯ.tɕi̥/ n. 1. The period where the sun is below the horizon. 2. When sun-based powers don't work.