[rah-mah-yuh-nuh] /rɑˈmɑ yə nə/
an epic of India, one of the Puranas attributed to Valmiki and concerned with the life and adventures of Ramachandra and his wife Sita.
a Sanskrit epic poem, composed about 300 bc, recounting the feats of Ramachandra
[ram-uh-zahn] /ˌræm əˈzɑn/ noun 1. (especially in India) Ramadan.
[rahm-bair] /rɑmˈbɛər/ noun 1. Dame Marie (Cyvia Rambam; Myriam Rambam) 1888–1982, English ballet dancer, producer, and director, born in Poland. /ˈrɒmbɛə/ noun 1. Dame Marie. 1888–1982, British ballet dancer and teacher, born in Poland: founded the Ballet Rambert (1926)
[rahm-bluh] /ˈrɑm blə/ noun 1. a dry ravine.
[ram-buh l] /ˈræm bəl/ verb (used without object), rambled, rambling. 1. to wander around in a leisurely, aimless manner: They rambled through the shops until closing time. 2. to take a course with many turns or windings, as a stream or path. 3. to grow in a random, unsystematic fashion: The vine rambled over the […]