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Rue McClanahan, born Eddi Rue McClanahan, best known for her role as Blanche Deveraux in 'The Golden Girls' is a famous bearer.
-- kanine  1/10/2006
Rue also means "street" in French.
-- alberto  2/20/2006
The verb rue means "to feel penitence, remorse, or regret."
-- WeloveyouJesseLacey  9/10/2006
Isn't this an old-fashioned word for 'regret'? The one good thing about the name is that it reminds me of one of Boards of Canada's best tracks, Rue the Whirl. Otherwise, however, the name doesn't really have much value. It's too minimalist and plain, and it sounds a bit cutesy, as if the mother was 14 and wanted to call her Roo after a Winnie the Pooh character, but was talked out of it.
-- slight night shiver  5/5/2008
Seems like a masculine name to me. It's very strong but simple, I like it!
-- MisquotedWarrior  8/23/2008
I love this name as a nickname for Rudolf rather than Ruth. :] I wouldn't mind considering it as a middle name, just for it's sound. It's tender yet not too cheesy.
-- not_another_Jessica  11/12/2008
The name of a character in "The Hunger Games". She's the youngest competitor, and the smallest. She's clever, intelligent, a hard worker and a natural born survivor.
-- magicalhannah7  3/4/2009
Rue is the name of a character in the anime (Japanese animation) series Princess Tutu.
-- missmarlenesinclair  5/7/2010
Rue is a sweet, sweet name that ages well. I always think of Rue from The Hunger Games, which is a great namesake.
-- Dawson  12/18/2010
Rue McClanahan played Vivian Harmon on Maude and Blanche Devereaux on The Golden Girls. She is one of my favorite actresses, but as I say about everyone, she was no Vivian Vance!
-- HugeFanOfVivVance  9/16/2011
I think it's a lovely name. My name is Rheua, which is an old family name, but it's pronounced like Rue. I like my spelling because it's very unique. If there is a disadvantage to the spelling, it's that not many people pronounce it correctly, but I find that amusing sometimes! So, that said, if I were to name my daughter this, I'd spell it "Rue," not "Rheua."
-- Ruta Graveolens  1/27/2012
Means regret.
The plant derives from RUTA. In legend Rue is the only plant that will not wilt when breathed on by a basilisk.
The plant was also used to ward away the plague, used in healing.
Magically, Rue is used for protection and to banish negativity and break curses. Crushed Rue is said to banish regret and hurt after a relationship has ended.
-- Anonymous User  12/7/2013

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