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Definition of Raider

raider n.
Word History: Few soldiers traveling a road to carry out a raid would connect the words road and raid. However, both descend
from the same Old English word rd. Old English rd meant "the act of riding" and "the act of riding with a hostile intent; that
is, a raid," senses that no longer exist for our word road. The ai in raid represents the standard development in the northern
dialects of Old English long a, while the oa in road represents the standard development of Old English long a
 

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Uh, I am not smart enough for English lessons... I flunked out of school cause I liked women, beer, and bikes!! What has happened to this place??? LOL ;D
 

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"the act of riding with a hostile intent"

That says it all.

Let your loud pipes roar.
 
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