[rab-uh-ley, rab-uh-ley; French ra-ble] /ˈræb əˌleɪ, ˌræb əˈleɪ; French raˈblɛ/
[frahn-swa] /frɑ̃ˈswa/ (Show IPA), c1490–1553, French satirist and humorist.
/ˈræbəˌleɪ; French rablɛ/
François (frɑ̃swa). ?1494–1553, French writer. His written works, esp Gargantua and Pantagruel (1534), contain a lively mixture of earthy wit, common sense, and satire
[reyb] /reɪb/ noun 1. David (William) born 1940, U.S. playwright.
[rab-uh-ley-zee-uh n, -zhuh n] /ˌræb əˈleɪ zi ən, -ʒən/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or suggesting François , whose work is characterized by broad, coarse humor and keen satire. noun 2. a person who admires or studies the works of . /ˌræbəˈleɪzɪən; -ʒən/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or resembling the work of Rabelais, esp […]
[rah-bee] /ˈrɑ bi/ noun 1. Isidor Isaac, 1898–1988, U.S. physicist: Nobel prize 1944. [ruhb-ee] /ˈrʌb i/ noun 1. the third month of the Muslim calendar. noun 1. the fourth month of the Muslim calendar. /ˈrʌbɪ/ noun 1. (in Pakistan, India, etc) a crop that is harvested at the end of winter Compare kharif /ˈrɑːbɪ/ noun […]
[ruhb-ee] /ˈrʌb i/ noun 1. the third month of the Muslim calendar. noun 1. the fourth month of the Muslim calendar. /rəˈbɪə/ noun 1. either the third or the fourth month of the Muslim year, known as Rabia I and Rabia II respectively; the Muslim spring /ˈrɑːbɪa/ noun 1. full name Rabia al-Adawiyyah. c. 713–801 […]