noun, Egyptian Religion.
a sun god of Heliopolis, a universal creator worshiped throughout Egypt (typically represented as a hawk-headed man bearing on his head the solar disk and the uraeus).
the 10th letter of the Arabic alphabet.
Astronomy. right ascension.
the ancient Egyptian sun god, depicted as a man with a hawk’s head surmounted by a solar disc and serpent
(astronomy) right ascension
(in Britain) Royal Academician or Academy
(in Britain) Royal Artillery
Argentina (international car registration)
“hawk-headed sovereign sun god of Egyptian mythology,” from Egyptian R’ “sun, day.”
The symbol for the element radium.
The symbol for radium.
A rare, bright-white, highly radioactive element of the alkaline-earth group. It occurs naturally in very small amounts in ores and minerals containing uranium, and it is naturally luminescent. Radium is used as a source of radon gas for the treatment of disease and as a neutron source for scientific research. Its most stable isotope is Ra 226 with a half-life of 1,622 years. Atomic number 88; melting point 700°C; boiling point 1,737°C; valence 2. See Periodic Table.
Anger; the RED ASS (1942+)
Argentina (international vehicle ID)
1. rear admiral. 2. Astronomy. right ascension. 3. royal academician. 4. Royal Academy. Royal Academy
[rahb] /rɑb/ noun 1. . [rab] /ræb/ noun 1. Julius, 1891–1964, Austrian engineer and statesman: chancellor of Austria 1953–61.
1. Royal Australian Air Force. abbreviation 1. Royal Australian Air Force Royal Australian Air Force
1. Royal Australian Air Force.