[rah-muh-chuhn-druh] /ˌrɑ məˈtʃʌn drə/
the hero of the Ramayana, and a character in the Mahabharata.
(in Hindu mythology) an incarnation of Vishnu; the hero of the Ramayana and a character in the Mahabharata See also Rama
[ruh-mah-duh] /rəˈmɑ də/ noun 1. an open shelter, often having a dome-shaped thatched roof, and installed especially on beaches and picnic grounds. n. “arbor, porch,” 1869, from American Spanish ramada “tent, shelter,” from Spanish ramada “an arbor,” from rama “branch,” from Vulgar Latin *rama, collective of Latin ramus “branch” (see ramus).
[ram-uh-dahn] /ˌræm əˈdɑn/ noun, Islam. 1. the ninth month of the Muslim calendar. Compare . 2. the daily fast that is rigidly enjoined from dawn until sunset during this month. /ˌræməˈdɑːn/ noun 1. the ninth month of the Muslim year, lasting 30 days, during which strict fasting is observed from sunrise to sunset 2. the […]
[ram-ij] /ˈræm ɪdʒ/ noun, Anthropology. 1. a descent group composed of individuals descended from one ancestor through any combination of male and female links.
- Ram-air turbine
noun 1. a small air-driven turbine fitted to an aircraft to provide power in the event of a failure of the normal systems