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rima(rÿ -mă) (plural: rimae) a fissure. The word is used in the approved name of such a surface feature on a planet or satellite. It has been adopted as the official name for rille.
A long, narrow aperture, cleft, or fissure.
beautiful jungle girl, lover of birds and animals, knows neither evil nor guile. [Br. Lit.: Hudson Green Mansions in Magill I, 333]