[rag-wurt, -wawrt] /ˈrægˌwɜrt, -ˌwɔrt/
any of various composite plants of the genus Senecio, as S. jacobaea, of the Old World, having yellow flowers and irregularly lobed leaves, or S. aureus (golden ragwort) of North America, also having yellow flowers.
any of several plants of the genus Senecio, esp S. jacobaea of Europe, that have yellow daisy-like flowers: family Asteraceae (composites) See also groundsel (sense 1)
mid-15c., from ragged, in reference to the appearance of the leaves, + wort.
[rey-hab] /ˈreɪ hæb/ noun 1. a harlot of Jericho who gave shelter to the two agents sent by Joshua to spy on the city. Josh. 2. name of a Biblical monster, from Hebrew rahab, literally “storming, against, impetuous,” from rahabh “he stormed against” (cf. Arabic rahiba “he feared, was alarmed”). insolence; pride, a poetical name […]
[rah] /rɑ/ interjection 1. (used as an exclamation of encouragement to a player or team.) /rɑː/ interjection 1. (informal, mainly US) short for hurrah in cheers, 1870, a shortening of hurrah. Adjective rah-rah is attested from 1907, originally indicating college life generally, later enthusiastic cheerleading. Referred with Amendments House [of Representatives]
merciful, one of the descendants of Caleb, the son of Hezron (1 Chr. 2:44).
[ruh-heem-yer khahn] /rəˈhim yər ˈxɑn/ noun 1. a city in E Pakistan.