reviving; also, an acute specific disease which is characterized by an eruption of this character; called
also rose rash. Ro*se"o*lous a.
1. Having a pink color like that of the rose, or like the pigment called rose pink. See Rose pink, under
2. Disposed to clothe everything with roseate hues; hence, sentimental. "Rose-pink piety." C. Kingsley.
(Ros"er) n. A rosier; a rosebush. [Obs.]
(Rose"-red`) a. Red as a rose; specifically (Zoöl.), of a pure purplish red color. Chaucer.
(Rose"-ri`al) n. [See Rose, and Royal.] A name of several English gold coins struck in different
reigns and having having different values; a rose noble.
(Rose"root`) n. (Bot.) A fleshy-leaved herb (Rhodiola rosea); rosewort; so called because
the roots have the odor of roses.
(Ros"er*y) n. A place where roses are cultivated; a nursery of roses. See Rosary, 1.
(Ro"set) n. [F. rosette. See Rosette.] A red color used by painters. Peacham.
(Ro-set"ta stone`) A stone found at Rosetta, in Egypt, bearing a trilingual inscription, by
aid of which, with other inscriptions, a key was obtained to the hieroglyphics of ancient Egypt. Brande
(Ro*set"ta wood`) An east Indian wood of a reddish orange color, handsomely veined
with darker marks. It is occasionally used for cabinetwork. Ure.