" RUBIFICK, a. [ruber and facio, Lat.] Making red. Grew.
RUBIFORM, a. [ruber Lat. and form.] having the form of red. Newton.
To RUBIFY, v. a. To make red. Brown.
RUBIOUS, a. [rubeus. Lat.] Ruddy; red; not used. Shakespeare.
RUBRICATED, a. [rubrica, Lat.] Smeared with red.
RUBRICK, s. [rubrique, Fr. rubrica, Lat.] Directions printed in books of law and in prayer books; so termed, because they were originally distinguished by being in red ink. Stilling.
RUBRICK, a. Red. Newton.
To RUBRICK, v. a. [from the noun.] To adorn with red. "
Dictionary of the English Language Dr. Samuel Johnson