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rog·er

 (rŏj′ər)
interj.
Used especially in radio communications to indicate receipt of a message.
tr.v. rog·ered, rog·er·ing, rog·ers Chiefly British Vulgar Slang
To have sexual intercourse with (a woman). Used of a man.

[From Roger, spoken representation of the letter r, short for received. V., from Roger, penis, from the name Roger.]

Rog·ers

 (rŏj′ərz), Carl 1902-1987.
American psychologist. A founder of humanistic psychology, he developed client-centered therapy, in which the client directs the focus and pace of each session.

Rogers

, Frederick Known as "Mister Rogers." 1928-2003.
American television host noted for creating Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (1968-2001), an educational program for young children.

Rogers

, Ginger Originally Virginia McMath. 1911-1995.
American dancer and actress particularly noted for her partnership with Fred Astaire in several motion pictures, including Swing Time (1936). She won an Academy Award for her performance in Kitty Foyle (1940).

Rogers

, Robert 1731-1795.
American soldier and frontiersman who led (1758-1763) the Rogers's Rangers on a series of daring missions during the French and Indian War.

Rogers

, Roy Originally Leonard Slye. 1911-1998.
American singer and actor who played a singing cowboy in motion-picture Westerns.

Rogers

, William Penn Adair Known as "Will." 1879-1935.
American humorist noted for his wry homespun commentary on American society and politics.

Rogers

(ˈrɒdʒəz)
n
1. (Biography) Ginger, real name Virginia McMath. 1911–95, US dancer and film actress, who partnered Fred Astaire
2. (Biography) Richard, Baron Rogers of Riverside. born 1933, British architect. His works include the Pompidou Centre in Paris (1971–77; with Renzo Piano), the Lloyd's building in London (1986), the Millennium Dome in Greenwich (1999), and Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 (2008)
3. (Biography) William Penn Adair, known as Will. 1879–1935, US actor, newspaper columnist, and humorist in the homespun tradition

Rog•ers

(ˈrɒdʒ ərz)

n.
1. Ginger (Virginia Katherine McMath), 1911–95, U.S. dancer and actress.
2. Will(iam Penn Adair), 1879–1935, U.S. actor and humorist.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Rogers - United States humorist remembered for his homespun commentary on politics and American society (1879-1935)Rogers - United States humorist remembered for his homespun commentary on politics and American society (1879-1935)
2.Rogers - United States dancer and film actress who partnered with Fred Astaire (1911-1995)Rogers - United States dancer and film actress who partnered with Fred Astaire (1911-1995)
3.Rogers - United States psychologist who developed client-centered therapy (1902-1987)
References in classic literature ?
Rogers is a-goin',' replied Master Bardell, opening his eyes very wide as he delivered the intelligence.
Rogers graciously; for she was the lodger, and her servant was in waiting, so she was more gracious than intimate, in right of her position.
We went down the hill and found Jo Harper and Ben Rogers, and two or three more of the boys, hid in the old tanyard.
Now," says Ben Rogers, "what's the line of busi- ness of this Gang?
I be Roger de Conde whom it may have pleased your gracious daughter to mention.
Ah," said De Montfort, rising to greet the young knight cordially, "an you be that Roger de Conde who rescued my daughter from the fellows of Peter of Colfax, the arms of the De Montforts are open to you.
Under the appellation of Roger Chillingworth, the reader will remember, was hidden another name, which its former wearer had resolved should never more be spoken.
In pursuance of this resolve, he took up his residence in the Puritan town as Roger Chillingworth, without other introduction than the learning and intelligence of which he possessed more than a common measure.
It's little Xavy Gautier who used to be hired with Uncle Roger.
And for a monument, here is this gray rock, on which my dying hand shall carve the name of Roger Malvin, and the traveller in days to come will know that here sleeps a hunter and a warrior.
The Governor hath his health, worshipful Sir," answered Roger Williams, now resuming his staff, and drawing near.
Johnson," said he, "Grandfather's chair came into the possession of Roger Williams.