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- n. An Ethiopian king or prince.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See 2d reis.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A promontory; cape; peak: a term prefixed to the names of promontories or capes on the Arabian and African coasts, etc.
- n. In Abyssinia, the title of the vizir or chief minister, and also of generals and governors.
- n. A smooth material of wool, and also of silk: a French term used in English, especially in certain combinations.
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- n. the network in the reticular formation that serves an alerting or arousal function
In the summer months, mango reigns supreme, and the bright orange aromatic "ras" is served at most meals in a little bowl, to be scooped up with some hot rotis, or for festive occasions, with a hot puffy fried puri.
Ras in Marathi means "juice" and aamras, simply called ras is the thick pulp of the mango.
A 19-year-old gangbanger named Gil Porras is beaten to death by rival gang members in East L.A. Police arrest one man for the murder, Jos
It was a powerful, unexpected convergence: all three labs had isolated the same fragment of DNA, containing a gene called ras, from their respective cancer cells.
Lawyers for Mr Bhamra's widow, Amarjit, argued that Lucky Caterers were negligent for supplying a dish called ras malai which allegedly contained the egg.
From "ras" or juice comes another word, rassa or juicy curry, and the egg rassa is an example of this popular Marathi curry.
If you are lucky enough to get fresh mangoes, squeeze them and take the "ras" or pulp/juice out, otherwise use the tinned pulp.
Since childhood, I've had a weakness for Bengali sweets like Soft Rasgullas, Rasmalai and Sandesh, just because they have a juicy and rich texture made of ricotta cheese and khoya, and combined with "ras", made with either sugar syrup or milk, these delicious indian sweets never fail to impress!
Kewra water is commonly used in milk-based Indian sweets such as ras gulla, gulab majun, ras mala, and kheer as well as rice dishes like biryani.
Hoewel het woord 'ras' in Zuid-Amerika lang niet zo beladen is als bij ons, is de dag toch omstreden.