[rafts-muh n, rahfts-] /ˈræfts mən, ˈrɑfts-/
noun, plural raftsmen.
a person who manages or is employed on a .
abbreviation 1. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
[rag] /ræg/ noun 1. a worthless piece of cloth, especially one that is torn or worn. 2. rags, ragged or tattered clothing: The tramp was dressed in rags. 3. any article of apparel regarded deprecatingly or self-deprecatingly, especially a dress: It’s just an old rag I had in the closet. 4. a shred, scrap, or […]
[rah-guh] /ˈrɑ gə/ noun 1. one of the melodic formulas of Hindu music having the melodic shape, rhythm, and ornamentation prescribed by tradition. /ˈrɑːɡə/ noun (in Indian music) 1. any of several conventional patterns of melody and rhythm that form the basis for freely interpreted compositions. Each pattern is associated with different aspects of religious […]
[rag-uh-muhf-in] /ˈræg əˌmʌf ɪn/ noun 1. a ragged, disreputable person; tatterdemalion. 2. a child in ragged, ill-fitting, dirty clothes. /ˈræɡəˌmʌfɪn/ noun 1. a ragged unkempt person, esp a child 2. another name for ragga n. mid-14c., “demon,” also in surnames (Isabella Ragamuffyn, 1344), from Middle English raggi “ragged” (“rag-y”?) + fanciful ending (or else second […]