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Definition of Ryder

Ryder
Ryder Ry"der, n. 1. A clause added to a document; a rider. See Rider. [Obs.] 2. [D. rijder, properly, a rider.] A gold coin of Zealand [Netherlands] equal to 14 florins, about $ 5.60.

Meaning of Ryder from wikipedia

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