Examples from the Web for raphael
Watchers of the Sky examines the legacy of Raphael Lemkin, the man who succeeded in making genocide an international crime.
Raphael Lemkin was, by all accounts, obsessed with genocide long before he invented a name for it.
Her partner in all this eating and cooking is an ultrasound technician named Raphael, her boyfriend of four years.
They scramble for a few dollars, and Raphael hands them over.
As women, Wilson and Raphael are the minority in the male-dominated comedy industry.
In the commonest human face there lies more than Raphael will take-away with him.
Raphael as a Painter—Give the impressions of famous travelers, authors and art critics.Woman's Club Work and Programs|Caroline French Benton
Raphael died in his 37th year, but public opinion has placed him at the head of his art for general proficiency.A tour through some parts of France, Switzerland, Savoy, Germany and Belgium|Richard Boyle Bernard
"Some day we shall have to pay for this happiness by some terrible sorrow," cried Raphael.The Magic Skin|Honore de Balzac
That fasting, used with prayer, is of great efficacy and weigheth much with God; so the angel Raphael told Tobias.Apologia pro Vita Sua|John Henry Newman
British Dictionary definitions for raphael
Word Origin and History for raphael
masc. proper name, Biblical archangel (Apocrypha), from Late Latin, from Greek Rhaphael, from Hebrew Repha'el, literally "God has healed," from rapha "he healed" + el "God." Raphaelesque (1832) is in reference to painter Raffaello Sanzio (1483-1520). See Pre-Raphaelite.