John, 1627?–1705, English naturalist.
[man] /mæn/ (Show IPA), 1890–1976, U.S. painter and photographer.
[suht-yuh-jit] /ˈsʌt yə dʒɪt/ (Show IPA), 1921–92, Indian film director.
Cape, a promontory at the SW extremity of Newfoundland, Canada, on the Cabot Strait, at the entrance of the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
a male given name, form of Raymond.
Also, Raye. a female given name, form of Rachel.
Historical Examples

The Nursery, March 1873, Vol. XIII. Various
The Universal Reciter Various
Reptiles and Birds Louis Figuier
Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great – Volume 12 Elbert Hubbard
Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great – Volume 12 Elbert Hubbard
Our Legal Heritage, 5th Ed. S. A. Reilly
Bacon’s Rebellion, 1676 Thomas Jefferson Wertenbaker

a narrow beam of light; gleam
a slight indication, esp of something anticipated or hoped for: a ray of solace
(maths) a straight line extending from a point
a thin beam of electromagnetic radiation or particles
any of the bony or cartilaginous spines of the fin of a fish that form the support for the soft part of the fin
any of the arms or branches of a starfish or other radiate animal
(astronomy) any of a number of bright streaks that radiate from the youngest lunar craters, such as Tycho; they are composed of crater ejecta not yet darkened, and extend considerable distances
(botany) any strand of tissue that runs radially through the vascular tissue of some higher plants See medullary ray
(of an object) to emit (light) in rays or (of light) to issue in the form of rays
(intransitive) (of lines, etc) to extend in rays or on radiating paths
(transitive) to adorn (an ornament, etc) with rays or radiating lines
any of various marine selachian fishes typically having a flattened body, greatly enlarged winglike pectoral fins, gills on the undersurface of the fins, and a long whiplike tail. They constitute the orders Torpediniformes (electric rays) and Rajiformes
(music) (in tonic sol-fa) the second degree of any major scale; supertonic
Cape Ray, a promontory in SW Newfoundland, Canada
John. 1627–1705, English naturalist. He originated natural botanical classification and the division of flowering plants into monocotyledons and dicotyledons
Man, real name Emmanuel Rudnitsky. 1890–1976, US surrealist photographer
Satyajit (ˈsætjədʒɪt). 1921–92, Indian film director, noted for his Apu trilogy (1955–59)



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