[rahg-nuh-rok] /ˈrɑg nəˌrɒk/
noun, Scandinavian Mythology.
the destruction of the gods and of all things in a final battle with the evil powers.
(Norse myth) the ultimate destruction of the gods in a cataclysmic battle with evil, out of which a new order will arise German equivalent Götterdämmerung
in Norse mythology, the last battle of the world, in which gods and men will be destroyed by monsters and darkness, 1770, from Old Norse ragna, genitive of rögn “gods” + rök “destined end” or rökr “twilight.” Cf. Gotterdammerung.
[rahg-nahr lawth -brohk] /ˈrɑg nɑr ˈlɔð broʊk/ noun, Scandinavian Legend. 1. a possibly historical Danish king of the 9th century, the subject of an Old Icelandic saga and of accounts in the Danish history by Saxo Grammaticus: also associated with the story of Sigurd and the Volsungs.
noun 1. a high-quality paper made from cotton or linen pulp.
[ra-goo] /ræˈgu/ noun 1. French Cookery. a highly seasoned stew of meat or fish, with or without vegetables. verb (used with object), ragouted [ra-good] /ræˈgud/ (Show IPA), ragouting [ra-goo-ing] /ræˈgu ɪŋ/ (Show IPA) 2. to make into a ragout. /ræˈɡuː/ noun 1. a richly seasoned stew of meat or poultry and vegetables verb -gouts (-ˈɡuːz), […]
[rag-pik-er] /ˈrægˌpɪk ər/ noun 1. a person who picks up and other waste material from the streets, refuse heaps, etc., for a livelihood.