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Roger vs. Rodger

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Rogerinterjection

(radio telecommunications) Received used in radio communications to acknowledge that a message has been received and understood

‘1950: "Pilot: CESSNA TWO THREE FOUR—ROGER—OUT." Flying Magazine, May 1950, [https://books.google.ch/books?id=bJ1HBQf26b0C&pg=PA46 p. 46].’;

Rodger

Rodger is a surname, and is a variant of Roger as a first name.

Rogerverb

Of a man, to have sexual intercourse with (someone), especially in a rough manner.

Rogerverb

To have sexual intercourse.

Rogernoun

A black flag with white skull and crossbones, formerly used by pirates; - called also Jolly Roger and pirate flag.

Rogerinterjection

your message has been received (used in radio communication)

‘‘Roger; we'll be with you in about ten minutes.’’;

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Rogerinterjection

used to express assent or understanding

‘‘Go light the stove.’ ‘Roger, Mister Bossman,’ Frank replied’;

Rogerverb

(of a man) have sexual intercourse with.

Roger

Roger is a given name, usually masculine, and a surname. The given name is derived from the Old French personal names Roger and Rogier.

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