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ranga

/ ˈræŋɡɘ /

noun

  1. offensive.
    a person with red hair


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Word History and Origins

Origin of ranga1

from orang-utan

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Example Sentences

The large, well constructed hut, contained the sacred and choice food which Maoui-Ranga-Rangui eats by the mouths of his priests.

It was to hold the duar or pass of Ranga through the Himalayas against raiders from Bhutan that the little post had been built.

"They've got a still more wonderful story about that fellow in Ranga Duar," remarked a planter named Lulworth.

For he could not wait for the planters to gather, and summoning his men from Ranga Duar was out of the question.

Fortunately for themselves the two white men in Ranga Duar took life cheerily and were excellent friends.

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