Ref`or*ma"do\ (-m?"d?), n. [Sp., fr. reformar, L. reformare. SEe Reform, v. t.]

1. A monk of a reformed order. [Obs.] --Weever.

2. An officer who, in disgrace, is deprived of his command, but retains his rank, and sometimes his pay. [Obs.]
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