Definition of Raggas

1. ragga [n] - See also: ragga



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Raggas

ragequits
ragequitted
ragequitting
rager
ragers
ragery
rages
ragest
rageth
ragg
ragga
raggamuffin
raggamuffins
raggare
raggares
raggas (current term)
ragged
ragged-fringed orchid
ragged orchid
ragged orchis
ragged red fibers
ragged robin
raggeder
raggedest
raggedier
raggediest
raggedly
raggedness
raggednesses
raggedy

Literary usage of Raggas

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1. Journal of Biblical Literature by Society of Biblical Literature (1908)
"I would suggest that this second term represents an epithet of Hadad or some other storm- god, to be vocalized raggas, " the Thunderer " ; the name means ..."

2. Norway, Sweden and Denmark: Handbook for Travellers by Karl Baedeker (Firm). (1892)
"... possible a mosquito-tent ('raggas') also, as gnats ( Culex pipiens) occur in such swarms as sometimes to darken the sun. The district to the S. of the ..."

3. The Gospel in All Lands by Missionary Society, Methodist Episcopal Church (1891)
"... which the Lapp calls " raggas," should be carried, and hung over the bed in the form of bed-curtains, but which should entirely cover the whole bedstead ..."

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