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<poem> ra"eh, itt-ru"<-li. to draw towards oneself: to cut with a sickle or a knife with the edge towards one. Cf. ra'ut. ra'ga, a roughly made basket; the Malay football. Cf. kranja-nj. se'pak ra'ga, to play the Malay game of football. ra'gam, kinds, varieties (especi- ally of colours and sounds) ; whim, caprice. m-ra'gam, to be capricious. ra'gi, leaven, yeast. Cf. khamir. ra'han*, the jaw. hi'larg ra'harg, jawbone. ra hat, a machine for spinning thread. Cf. pintal. ra'him (Ar.), womb. Cf. prot. ra him (Ar.), merciful, pitiful, compassionate. Cf. murah. rah man (Ar.), ar-rah-man, The Merciful. rah mat (Ar.), mercy, compas- sion, pity; grace, favour. Cf. kaseh. rah'si-a (Sk.), secret; a secret; sometimes pronounced ruh- sia. Cf. smbuni. bu'ka rah'si-a, to reveal a se- cret. ta'roli rah'si-a and sim'pan rah'si-a, to keep a secret. ra'ja (Sk.), king, prince; one of the pieces in the game of chess; see chatur. ra'ja mu'da, the heir to the throne. ra'ja p-rem'pu-an, queen. Cf. permaisuri. a'nak ra'ja, prince. bn'roiy ra'ja liu'tJarg, king- fisher. m'ja ira'li, eagle. ra'ja, a king's servants or retainers. rna-ha.-ra'ja, a great king, a Malay title. ber-ra'ja (114), having a kiig, governed by a king. m'ja-kan, to proclaim or make a person king. k-ra'ja'an, kingdom. ber-k-ra'ja'an, reigning, having a kingdom. ra'jin, diligent, industrious. Cf. usaha. ra'jok, m-ra'jok, sullen, surly, sulky; to be sulky, be ill- tempered. ra-k'ah' (Ar.), prostration, genuflexion; the series of postures used by the Moham- medans in prayer. ra'kit, a raft: to fit together in an orderly arrangement. Cf. pasaiy and susun. rakna, see ratna. rak'sa, mercury, quicksilver. rak-sa'sa (Sk.), a kind of evil spirit, a giant. Cf. gerga-si. ra'mah, familiar, intimate. ber-ra'mah-ra'ma-han, having friendly or intimate rela- tions. ra'mai, crowded, numerous, ra mas, m-ra'mas, to knead, ram'hai, an edible fruit. ram'bot, the hair of the head, the mane of horses. Cf. bulu and roma. ram hu- tan, an edible fruit. Cf. pulnsan. ram'dlan (Ar.), the Moham- medan fasting month.