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<poem> ra'mi, the Indian flax. ram'pas, m-mm'pas, to pillage, plunder, loot. Cf. rompak and samon. ram'pa-san, pillage, booty. ra'mu, m-ra'mu, to collect ma- terials. ra'mu-an, materials for build- ings, etc. ran'choig, m-rari 'cliorg , to cut to a point (as a pen). ran'dok, kam'biig ran'dok, a hair} r he-goat. 'raig', m -ig-ra irf , to groan; also /* ran/. raig'ka, skeleton, framework. raig'kak, m -ran)' leak, crawl on hands and feet (as children). ran'jarg, a large bed, ran iau. a ealtroj), pointed stakes so placed as to impede an enemy. ran'tai, a chain. fin'jn ran'tai, coat of mail. Cf. zirah. ran'tau, a reach in a river, a stretch of coast line. t-lok' ran' tan, the sinuosities of a river or coast. ni-niii' fa H. to coast. ran'tiig, leafless twigs. Cf. cha- rarg. ra'num, overripe. ra"on?, in->tiorg, to groan, howl, roar (as in pain). Cf. kloh, and 'ranj. ra'pat, in -m' pat, close to, in con- tact with, touching: to he near or in contact. Cf. rrg- garg. ra'pat-kan, to put close to- gether, join. ra'pek, tn-ra'pck, to talk non- sense. ra'poh, fragile, brittle. ras' (Hind.), reins. ra'sa, m-ra'sa (Sk.), feeling, sensation, taste; to feel, taste. ra'sa ha'ti, the feelings. ra'sa-tya, it seems, it appears. s-ra'sa, as if. ra'sa 'i, to feel, experience, un- dergo, endure, suffer. per-ra'sa'an, the feelings, pei 1 - ceptions. ra'si (Sk.), s-ra'si, suitable, well adapted. ra'sok, m-ra'sok, to attack, pos- sess (of evil spirits). Cf. liaru. ra'sok, floor beams, on which the joists rest. Cf. glgar. ra sul (Ar.), apostle. ra'ta (Sk.), a chariot. ra'ta, flat, level, even; all over, everywhere. Cf. datar. clia'ri m'ta, to search every- where. m'ma ra'ta, on the same leve]. ra'ta-kan, to level, make flat or smooth. ra'tap, in-ra'tap, to wail. rat'na (Sk.), jewel, princess; sometimes rakna. ra'tu (Jav.), king, prince. ra'tus, hundred. du'a ni'tnx, two hundred. s- ra'tus, one hundred. ber-ra'tux-ra'tufi, hundreds. ra"ut, m-ra"ut, to whittle, cut with a small knife (with the edge away from the body). Cf. m'eli: ra"n-tan. rattan: usually rotan. ra'wan, emotion, rapture; moved. Cf. pilu.