/ (rəˈkɑːtə) /


another name for Krakatoa

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Examples from the Web for rakata

  • The first cottage is named Rakata, in honour of our hermit, who is one of its inhabitants.

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  • So saying, this singular being turned and led the way further up the rugged side of the peak of Rakata.

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  • He dwells in a corner of the Rakata Cottage, but is addicted to spending much of his spare time in the Krakatoa one.

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