Note: these 'words' (valid or invalid) are all the permutations of the word role. These words are obtained by scrambling the letters in role.
Definitions and meaning of role
From Frenchrôle, from Middle Frenchrolle, from Old Frenchrole, from Medieval Latinrotulus. Doublet of roll.
A character or part played by a performer or actor.
The expected behaviour of an individual in a society.
The function or position of something.
Designation that denotes an associated set of responsibilities, knowledge, skills, and attitudes
(grammar) The function of a word in a phrase.
1984, David M. Perlmutter, Carol G. Rosen, Studies in relational grammar: Volume 2
Examining these verbs one by one, what one finds is that Auxiliary Selection does correlate in the expected way with the two kinds of optional transitivity, confirming that with each predicate, one semantic role has a fixed link with initial 1-hood, another with initial 2-hood.
(object-oriented programming) In the Raku programming language, a code element akin to an interface, used for composition of classes without adding to their inheritance chain.
(historical) An ancient unit of quantity, 72 sheets of parchment.
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Orel, Orle, Orël, eorl, lore, orle, relo
From GermanRolle, from Old Frenchrolle, role(“parchment scroll, inventory”), from Latinrotula, rotulus(“little wheel”), which is a diminutive of rota(“wheel”).
role, part (of an actor)[19th c.]
lines (spoken text of an actor playing a part)
role (e. g. of a person in a society)
(linguistics) role (function of a constituent in a clause)
scroll [19th c.]
(of an actor):úloha, part
(in a society):úloha
From Proto-Slavic*orlьja, from*orati.
(obsolete, literary) field (area to grow crops)[14th c.]
old unit of field measurement
(obsolete, literary) area, domain (of activity)
role in Příruční slovník jazyka českého, 1935–1957
role in Slovník spisovného jazyka českého, 1960–1971, 1989