Associations to the word «Rover»
ROVER, noun. (archery) (usually plural) A randomly selected target.
ROVER, noun. One who roves, a wanderer, a nomad.
ROVER, noun. A vagabond, a tramp, an unsteady, restless person, one who by habit doesn't settle down or marry.
ROVER, noun. A vehicle for exploring extraterrestrial bodies.
ROVER, noun. Position in Australian Rules football, one of three of a team's followers, who follow the ball around the ground. Formerly a position for short players, rovers in professional leagues are frequently over 183 cm (6').
ROVER, noun. (croquet) A ball which has passed through all the hoops and would go out if it hit the stake but is continued in play; also, the player of such a ball.
ROVER, noun. (obsolete) A sort of arrow.
ROVER, noun. A pirate or pirate ship.
ROVER, noun. (sports) someone connected with any number of teams called the Rovers, as a fan, player, coach etc.
ROVER, noun. (soccer) someone connected with Blackburn Rovers FC, as a fan, player, coach etc.
ROVER, proper noun. A stereotypical name for a dog
ROVER BELLFLOWER, noun. A species of bellflower formerly used as a vegetable, and also known for invasive growth, rampion, Campanula rapunculus
ROVER, noun. Someone who leads a wandering unsettled life.
ROVER, noun. An adult member of the Boy Scouts movement.
Men govern nothing with more difficulty than their tongues, and can moderate their desires more than their words.