• ; one who runs.
  • A quick escape away from a scene.
  • One who runs away; a deserter or escapee.
  • A type of soft-soled shoe originally intended for runners.
  • Part of a shoe that is stitched to the bottom of the upper so it can be glued to the sole.
  • A part of an apparatus that moves quickly.
  • A mechanical part intended to guide or aid something else to move (using wheels or sliding).
  • An automobile; a working or driveable automobile.
  • A strip of fabric used to decorate or protect a table or dressing table.
  • A long, narrow carpet for a high traffic area such as a hall or stairs.
  • A part of a cigarette that is burning unevenly.
  • A long stolon sent out by a plant (such as strawberry), in order to root new plantlets, or a plant that propagates by using such runners.
  • A short sling with a carabiner on either end, used to link the climbing rope to a bolt or other protection such as a nut or friend.
  • A competitor in a poker tournament.
  • A restaurant employee responsible for taking food from the kitchens to the tables.
  • A leaping food fish (Elagatis pinnulatis (species)) of Florida and the West Indies; the skipjack, shoemaker, or yellowtail.
  • An employee of a sports agent who tries to recruit possible player clients for the agent.
  • A rope to increase the power of a tackle.
  • A speedrunner.
  • An idea or plan that has potential to be adopted or put into operation.
  • A trusty .
  • A running gag


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  • From Middle English rennere, rynner, urnare, equivalent to run + -er. Cognate with Old Norse rennari. Compare Middle English runel, from Old English rynel.

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