a wooden beater for mixing plaster or mortar.
[rey-am-seez] /reɪˈæm siz/ noun 1. a city that was built for the Pharaoh by the Israelites and from which the Exodus began. Ex. 1:11. (Ex. 1:11). (See RAMESES.)
[rey-buh l] /ˈreɪ bəl/ noun, Meteorology. 1. the measurement and computation of the speed and direction of winds aloft by theodolitic tracking of a radiosonde.
[rab-ee, ruh-bat] /ˈræb i, rəˈbæt/ noun, Ecclesiastical. 1. a sleeveless, backless, vestlike garment extending to the waist, worn by a cleric beneath the clerical collar, especially in the Roman Catholic and Anglican churches. [rab-uh t] /ˈræb ət/ noun 1. a piece of unglazed and imperfectly fired pottery, used for polishing hard surfaces. [rah-baht, ruh-] /rɑˈbɑt, […]
[ruh-bah-toh, -bey-] /rəˈbɑ toʊ, -ˈbeɪ-/ noun, plural rabatos. 1. a wide, stiff collar of the 17th century, worn flat over the shoulders or open in front and standing at the back. 2. a stiff frame of wire or wood worn in the 17th century as a support for a ruff or stand-up collar. /rəˈbɑːtəʊ/ noun […]