Raindrop meaning

rān'drŏp'
A drop of rain.
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A single drop of rain.
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A single droplet of rainwater that has just fallen or is falling from the sky.
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Origin of raindrop

  • From Middle English raindrope, from Old English reÄ¡ndropa (“drop of rain, raindrop"), equivalent to rain +"Ž drop, Cognate with Dutch regendroppel, regendruppel (“raindrop"), German Regentropfen (“raindrop"), Swedish regndroppe (“raindrop").
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