[rey-muh nd] /ˈreɪ mənd/
[jahr-vis] /ˈdʒɑr vɪs/ (Show IPA), 1820–69, U.S. publicist: founder of The New York Times.
a male given name: from Germanic words meaning “counsel” and “protection.”.
masc. proper name, from Old French Raimund, from Frankish *Raginmund “counsel-protection” or “might-protection,” from ragin “counsel, might” + mund “hand, protection” (cf. Old High German munt, Old English mund, second element in Edmund, Sigismund, etc.), from PIE *man- “hand” (see manual (adj.)).
- Ray of sunshine
noun phrase An infectiously happy person (1915+)
[rey-on] /ˈreɪ ɒn/ noun 1. a regenerated, semisynthetic textile filament made from cellulose, cotton linters, or wood chips by treating these with caustic soda and carbon disulfide and passing the resultant solution, viscose, through spinnerets. 2. fabric made of this filament. adjective 3. made of rayon. /ˈreɪɒn/ noun 1. any of a number of textile […]
[rey-uh-nee] /ˈreɪ ə ni/ adjective, Heraldry. 1. (def 4).
[rey] /reɪ/ noun 1. a narrow beam of light. 2. a gleam or slight manifestation: a ray of hope. 3. a raylike line or stretch of something. 4. light or radiance. 5. a line of sight. 6. Physics, Optics. 7. Mathematics. 8. any of a system of parts radially arranged. 9. Zoology. 10. Botany. 11. […]