Row

A disturbance; a term used by the students at Cambridge.
To row in the same boat; to be embarked in the same scheme.
adj. roughVariants: rogh, roȝe, rouch, ruhEtymology: Anglo-Saxon rúh (gen. rúwes ); cp . rauh
“the Row ,” i.e., Paternoster Row. The notorious Holywell Street is now called by its denizens “Bookseller's Row.”