from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Mythology The ancient Egyptian sun god, the supreme deity represented as a man with the head of a hawk crowned with a solar disk and uraeus.
- The symbol for the element radium.
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- n. Symbol for radium.
- proper n. The Egyptian god of the sun.
- n. Any of a series of moraines, in parts of Norway, that are long ridges covered with stones.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A roe; a deer.
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The 5th Dynasty witnessed the rise of the Heliopolitan priesthood of Ra: its nine kings regularly assumed the title son of Ra and built obelisk temples dedicated to the sun god.
Nine, mistress of Ra, it who has its dwelling fixed, because they cause that _Mihtimsaouf Mirini_ may be as _Ra, in its name of the
She-Ra is a fictional character and the heroine in the Filmation cartoon and series of toys produced by Mattel called She-Ra: Princess of Power.
I believe Sun Ra is sending the signal from Saturn.
I thought this was the first peak at Mum-Ra from the live action "Thundercats" movie.
These themes of interpretation and communication continue to play an integral role in Raúl's artwork, as evidenced by two of his latest projects that explore written languages.
Of course, if we confirm predictive theories about blind processes that explain evolution and the OOL, we will not have ruled out all possibility of ID, but we will have made ID no more plausible as an explanation of life than Ra is an explanation of solar transit.
The name Ra is associated with kings of earlier dynasties.
The word Ra, sun, might be written in letters only, or be also followed by the ikonograph, the _solar disk_ (which if alone would still have the same meaning -- Ra, the sun).
The name Ra, forming part of the king's name at this period, is very unusual.