Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Quick; swift; speedy.
- Early; coming before others, or before the usual time; youthful.
- Near; proximate.
- Quickly; swiftly; speedily.
- Early; soon.
- n. A fortified dwelling of an ancient Irish chief. The word occurs as the initial element in many Irish place-names, as Rathkeale. Rathlin, etc.
- n. A name given to certain rock-cut Buddhist temples in India.
- n. A Burmese state carriage.
- n. a walled enclosure in Irish antiquity
GNU Webster's 1913
- From Old Irish ráth. (Wiktionary)
“At the meeting Madhya Pradesh Kshatriya Samaj president Rajendra Singh Tomar announced that their community will give Rs50 lakh 'rath' chariot to Singh to tour for the cause of Kshatriyas.”
“The State government had allotted one "rath" for each of the 223 talukas to cover the rural masses.”
“As Laloo Prasad Yadav took his 'rath' to Saran to file his nomination, it soon became a rally.”
“The former Congress Minister and now Bahujan Samaj Party candidate for the prestigious Lucknow seat, Akhilesh Das Gupta, showed off his status when he drove down in a mechanised 'rath”
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“All democrats will feel the rath of the voting public, especially the seniors for taking away from our Medicare benefits, so they can fund the new health care proposal.”
“She will get caught soon & face the rath of Big Nene.”
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