reremice

reremouse

[reer-mous]
noun, plural reremice. Archaic.
a bat.

Origin:
before 1100; Middle English reremous, Old English hrēremūs, equivalent to hrēre- (origin uncertain; perhaps akin to hrēran to move) + mūs mouse

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reremouse or rearmouse (ˈrɪəˌmaʊs)
 
n , pl -mice
an archaic or dialect word for bat
 
[Old English hrēremūs, probably from hrēran to move + mūsmouse]
 
rearmouse or rearmouse
 
n
 
[Old English hrēremūs, probably from hrēran to move + mūsmouse]

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