Rabi

[ rah-bee ]
/ ˈrɑ bi /

noun

Isidor Isaac, 1898–1988, U.S. physicist: Nobel prize 1944.

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British Dictionary definitions for Rabi (1 of 2)

rabi
/ (ˈrʌbɪ) /

noun

(in Pakistan, India, etc) a crop that is harvested at the end of winterCompare kharif

Word Origin for rabi

Urdu: spring crop, from Arabic rabī` spring

British Dictionary definitions for Rabi (2 of 2)

Rabi
/ (ˈrɑːbɪ) /

noun

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
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