Origin of rah
Examples from the Web for rah
An enduring example of their seeming distance from the more "rah rah" Bush crowd came on Election Day, 2008.
Others are rah (Phaseolus radiatus) and mothi (Phaseolus aconitifolius).Kashmir|Sir Francis Edward Younghusband
A faint flush came over her face, and she got up quickly from her chair and rah downstairs.Dodo, Volumes 1 and 2|Edward Frederic Benson
Eugene had previously noted the peculiarity of this rowdy, rah!The "Genius"|Theodore Dreiser
Instantly I bolted into the next room to read it aloud to mother and sister, and we all cheered in unison when we came to the Rah!Letters to His Children|Theodore Roosevelt
Anyway, ould Mennear pulled up short an' clinched Deb'rah by the elbow.The Astonishing History of Troy Town|Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
British Dictionary definitions for rah
Word Origin and History for rah
in cheers, 1870, a shortening of hurrah. Adjective rah-rah is attested from 1907, originally indicating college life generally, later enthusiastic cheerleading.