- Isidor Isaac,1898–1988, U.S. physicist: Nobel prize 1944.
- the third month of the Muslim calendar.
or Rabia II
- the fourth month of the Muslim calendar.
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Historical Examples of rabi
The Spanish appeared to be rabi, meaning rabies, and horcar, to hang.Tales of Fishes
And this was in the month of Rabi the first blessed, in the year 705.The Arts and Crafts of Older Spain, Volume I (of 3)
The above was written on Thursday the 13th of the first Rabi (Nov. 26th).The Bbur-nma in English
Babur, Emperor of Hindustan
Kohl rabi are not so much used in the feeding of pigs as would be advisable.The Pig
On the 21st Rabi, he took the town by storm, put all who resisted to the sword, and made slaves of the survivors.The Knights Templars
C. G. (Charles Greenstreet) Addison
- (in Pakistan, India, etc) a crop that is harvested at the end of winterCompare kharif
Word Origin for rabi
- Isidor Isaac . 1898–1988, US physicist, born in Austria, who devised the atomic and molecular beam resonance method of observing atomic spectra. Nobel prize for physics 1944