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  1. rookyadjective

    full of rooks

  2. rookyadjective

    misty; gloomy.

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  1. Rooky

    Rooky is a Rummy-like card game based on the usage of a Rook deck rather than a standard 52 playing card deck. The rules, while closely resembling a simple game of Rummy, integrates some of Rook's popular elements, such as trick-taking and team-play. The game is usually suggested for 2 - 5 players, though larger groups and teams are encouraged. There are also special rules for dealing with 6 or more players. The name Rooky is a portmanteau of Rook and Rummy.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Rookyadjective

    misty; gloomy

  2. Etymology: [See Roky.]

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  1. Rooky

    Rooky is a Rummy-like card game based on the usage of a Rook deck rather than a standard 56 playing card deck. The rules, while closely resembling a simple game of Rummy, integrates some of Rook's popular elements, such as trick-tacking and team-play. The game is usually suggested for 2 - 5 players, though larger groups and teams are encouraged. There are also special rules for dealing with 6 or more players. The name 'Rooky' is thought to be a combination of Rook + Rummy.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of rooky in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of rooky in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3


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