- received: term used in radio communication to indicate reception of a message
- Informal right; OK
Origin of Rogerfrom conventional name of international signal flag for R
Origin of RogerOld French from Old High German Ruodiger, Hrodger (akin to Old English Hrothgar) from hruod-, ruod-, fame (see Robert) + an unverified form ger, spear
transitive verbrog·ered, rog·er·ing, rog·ers Chiefly British Vulgar Slang
Origin of rogerFrom Roger spoken representation of the letter r short for received V., from Roger penis from the name Roger
- (radio telecommunications) Received (used in radio communications to acknowledge that a message has been received and understood)
- Roger, sir.
From Roger, used circa 1940 in UK and US military communication to represent "R" when spelling out a word. "R" is the first letter in received, used to acknowledge understanding a message.
(third-person singular simple present rogers, present participle rogering, simple past and past participle rogered)
- (vulgar slang) Of a man, to have sexual intercourse with (someone), especially in a rough manner.
- (intransitive, vulgar slang) To have sexual intercourse.
- A male given name.
- (rare compared to given name) A patronymic surname.