[rair-i-tee] /ˈrɛər ɪ ti/
noun, plural rarities.
something , unusual, or uncommon:
Snowstorms are a rarity in the South.
something esteemed or interesting in being , uncommon, or curious:
That folio is a rarity that will bring a good price.
the state or quality of being .
Volcanic eruptions on the island occur with great rarity.
thinness, as of air or a gas.
noun (pl) -ties
a rare person or thing, esp something interesting or valued because it is uncommon
the state or quality of being rare
early 15c., “thinness;” 1550s, “fewness,” from Middle French rarité or directly from Latin raritas “thinness, looseness of texture; fewness,” from rarus (see rare (adj.1)). Sense of “a rare thing or event” is from 1590s.
- Rark up
verb (transitive, adverb) 1. (NZ, informal) to give (someone) a severe reprimand
Reverse Address Resolution Protocol
[rar-uh-tong-guh] /ˌrær əˈtɒŋ gə/ noun 1. one of the Cook Islands, in the S Pacific, 26 sq. mi. (67 sq. km). /ˌrɛərəˈtɒŋɡə/ noun 1. an island in the S Pacific, in the SW Cook Islands: the chief island of the group. Chief settlement: Avarua. Pop: 12 188 (2001). Area: 67 sq km (26 sq miles)
range and range rate