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- n. Variant of rani.
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- n. Alternative spelling of rani.
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- n. Same as rani.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See rani.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. (the feminine of raja) a Hindu princess or the wife of a raja
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And then, all the while, there is so much strength of mind, and discretion, supposed in the person that knows an event, and such weakness in her that is to be kept in igno-ranee, that But
I am not going to describe the ranee's palace, because I really have never seen the palace of a ranee, and Mr Kipling has.
He warmed to his work, and told the tale of the Phoenix and the Carpet, and the Lone Tower, and the Queen-Cook, in language that grew insensibly more and more Arabian Nightsy, and the ranee and her ladies listened to the interpreter, and rolled about on their fat cushions with laughter.
The old ranee sat on a low-cushioned seat, and there were a lot of other ladies with her -- all in trousers and veils, and sparkling with tinsel and gold and jewels.
On going in, Dick found that his mother and the ranee were both up, and they all sat down to what Dick considered a breakfast, consisting of coffee and a variety of fruit and bread.
The ranee had agreed to break the news to Mrs. Holland, as soon as she was dressed.
The ranee and the boys will be able to correct your first awkwardness, and to teach you much.
Either she or the ranee were constantly with her, so that when, at the end of a week, she made her first appearance at the breakfast table, she was already at home with three of the party.
He stayed for a week at Tripataly, and then took an affectionate farewell of his uncle, the ranee, his cousins, and
The whole of the little packets, some fifty in number, were opened and examined; many of them eliciting exclamations of admiration from the ranee and Mrs. Holland.