[raz-bawr-uh, -bohr-uh, raz-ber-uh] /ræzˈbɔr ə, -ˈboʊr ə, ˈræz bər ə/
any of several minnows of the genus Rasbora, inhabiting fresh waters of southeastern Asia and the Malay Archipelago, especially the silvery R. heteromorpha, that has a black triangular marking near the tail and is often kept in aquariums.
any of the small cyprinid fishes constituting the genus Rasbora of tropical Asia and East Africa. Many species are brightly coloured and are popular aquarium fishes
abbreviation 1. (the former) Royal Army Service Corps, now called Royal Corps of Transport Royal Astronomical Society of Canada
[ras-kuh l] /ˈræs kəl/ noun 1. a base, dishonest, or unscrupulous person. 2. a mischievous person or animal: That child is a real rascal. /ˈrɑːskəl/ noun 1. a disreputable person; villain 2. a mischievous or impish rogue 3. an affectionate or mildly reproving term for a child or old man: you little rascal, the wicked […]
[ra-skal-i-tee] /ræˈskæl ɪ ti/ noun, plural rascalities. 1. or knavish character or conduct. 2. a act. /rɑːˈskælɪtɪ/ noun (pl) -ties 1. mischievous, disreputable, or dishonest character, behaviour, or action n. “low and vulgar people collectively,” 1570s; “character of a rascal,” 1590s, from rascal + -ity.
[ras-kuh-lee] /ˈræs kə li/ adjective 1. being, characteristic of, or befitting a . adverb 2. in a rascally manner. /ˈrɑːskəlɪ/ adjective 1. dishonest or mean; base 2. (archaic) (esp of places) wretchedly unpleasant; miserable adverb 3. in a dishonest or mean fashion adj. “low, mean, unprincipled,” from rascal + -ly (1).