noun, genitive A·rae [ey-ree, air-ee] /ˈeɪ ri, ˈɛər i/. Astronomy.
Origin of Ara
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With Ara, she said, "it was not so much about hair and much more about creation of a fantasy."
Ara Gallant was the hairstylist-turned-photographer who pioneered the glamour of the 1970s.
"Ara Gallant isn't really 'hired' for shootings," wrote Blair Sabol in the Village Voice in 1970.
Huston writes in the book that Ara Gallant was "an influencer, a mentor, an advisor, a director, a comrade in arms."
Well, Ara, we can sit here hours and hours every day and watch the sea, can't we?
Poor Frank Dunlop was an orphan, and was now the adopted son of Ara's father.
Neither Lupus nor Ara contain any objects that are worthy of special attention.Astronomy for Young Folks|Isabel Martin Lewis
Nibby records that tufa walls remain under the stairs leading up to the Ara Cœli Church.Rambles in Rome|S. Russell Forbes
As for surprise, that, presumably, is an emotion which the author of Ara Vos Prec is not unwilling to provoke.Since Czanne|Clive Bell