[rey-zin] /ˈreɪ zɪn/
a grape of any of various sweet varieties dried in the sun or by artificial means, often used in cookery.
dark purplish blue.
a dried grape
“dried sweet grape,” c.1300, from Anglo-French raycin (late 13c.), Old French raisin “grape; raisin,” from Vulgar Latin *racimus, alteration of Latin racemus “cluster of grapes or berries” (also source of Spanish racimo, Italian racemo), probably from the same ancient lost Mediterranean language that gave Greek rhax (genitive rhagos) “grape, berry.” Dutch razun also is from French; German Rosine is from an Old French variant form.
dried grapes; mentioned 1 Sam. 25:18; 30:12; 2 Sam. 16:1; 1 Chr. 12:40.
[rahy-tuh] /ˈraɪ tə/ noun 1. an Indian condiment consisting of yogurt, spices, and diced or grated vegetables or fruits: cucumber raita. /ˈreɪtə; raɪˈiːtə/ noun 1. an Indian dish of finely chopped cucumber, peppers, mint, etc, in yoghurt, served with curries
[rez-uh-nur; French re-zaw-nœr] /ˌrɛz əˈnɜr; French rɛ zɔˈnœr/ noun, plural raisonneurs [rez-uh-nurz; French re-zaw-nœr] /ˌrɛz əˈnɜrz; French rɛ zɔˈnœr/ (Show IPA) 1. a character in a play, novel, or the like who voices the central theme, philosophy, or point of view of the work.
[rahj] /rɑdʒ/ noun, (often initial capital letter) 1. (in India) rule, especially the British rule prior to 1947. /rɑːdʒ/ noun 1. (in India) government; rule /rɑːdʒ/ noun 1. the Raj, the British government in India before 1947 n. British rule in India, 1859, from Hindi raj “rule, dominion, kingdom” (see rajah).
[rah-juh] /ˈrɑ dʒə/ noun 1. a king or prince in India. 2. a minor chief or dignitary. 3. an honorary title conferred on Hindus in India. 4. a title of rulers, princes, or chiefs in Java, Borneo, etc. /ˈrɑːdʒə/ noun 1. (in India, formerly) a ruler or landlord: sometimes used as a form of address […]