(used as an exclamation of encouragement to a player or team.)
(informal, mainly US) short for hurrah
in cheers, 1870, a shortening of hurrah. Adjective rah-rah is attested from 1907, originally indicating college life generally, later enthusiastic cheerleading.
Referred with Amendments House [of Representatives]
merciful, one of the descendants of Caleb, the son of Hezron (1 Chr. 2:44).
[ruh-heem-yer khahn] /rəˈhim yər ˈxɑn/ noun 1. a city in E Pakistan.
[rah-rah] /ˈrɑˈrɑ/ adjective, Informal. 1. marked by or expressive of ardently enthusiastic spirit: a group of rah-rah undergraduates; a rah-rah attitude. /ˈrɑːˌrɑː/ adjective 1. (informal, mainly US) like or marked by boisterous and uncritical enthusiasm and excitement adjective Naively enthusiastic and hortatory, esp in a partisan collegiate context: Some are rah-rah types, some are hard-ass […]
/ˌrɑːˈhuːɪ/ noun 1. (NZ) a Māori prohibition