lists the Greek word, "remws" (rho, eta, mu, omega, nu), but without a definition. Does the word suggest anuthing to you?
thank you for your question. This word occurs only 3 times and only in the later literature (e.g. Herodianus). It is composed of the future stem of ῥῶ (or also λέγω), ῥή-σω plus the suffix -μων that creates nouns or adj. Those assign an attribute to a person according to the meaning of the first compound. The word ῥήμων is another word for "orator, speaker", literally meaning "someone who can give a nice speech" and not just someone who can just say anything.
But compound words with this one as a second compound are more often, i.e. εὐρήμων, ἀρρήμων, αἰσχρορρήμων, μεγαλορρήμων, εὐθυρρήμων, πολυρρήμων etc.
Let me know whether you need anything else on that. Have a nice day.