Origin of rā
Definition for ra (2 of 5)
noun Egyptian Religion.
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Examples from the Web for ra
Her choice for Desert Island Discs ranged from “The Drinking Song” by Verdi to “Ra Ra Rasputin” by Boney M.The Week in Death: Clarissa Dickson Wright, One of ‘Two Fat Ladies’|The Telegraph|March 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
At opening of the RA exhibition, some of his key recruits—from Gormley to novelist Ian McEwan—were gathered.
She remained thus, her head in Ra'hel's bosom, wetting it with her hot tears.The Works of Theophile Gautier, Volume 5|Theophile Gautier
He is ra manna ealdor, e lufia isne middangeard, and ealne heora hiht on issum lfe besetta, and heora Scyppend forseo.
There is abundant evidence that all through the second century of our ra great architectural works were carried on at Ostia.Studies of Travel: Italy|Edward A. Freeman
Herodotus ascribes the discovery of the art of welding iron to Glaucus of Chio, 430 years before the Christian ra.The American Quarterly Review|Various
Cephalag′ra, gout in the head; Cephalal′gia, Ceph′algy, headache.
British Dictionary definitions for ra (1 of 3)
the chemical symbol for
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Word Origin for RA
Word Origin and History for ra
"hawk-headed sovereign sun god of Egyptian mythology," from Egyptian R' "sun, day."