Origin of Rasta
Examples from the Web for rasta
Red Stripe, an inexpensive Jamaican export, gained popularity in the U.S. in lockstep with reggae and Rasta.
I had offered him a mortal insult and stirred up a worse hornet's nest than Rasta's push.
I am bound to say for Rasta that he was a man of quick action.
He had never let go of the tray, and now, as a boy skims a stone on a pond, he skimmed it with its contents at Rasta's head.
1955; see Rastafarian. From 1962 as a noun. Related: Rastaman.