Definition of Raths

1. Noun. (plural of rath) ¹



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Definition of Raths

1. rath [n] - See also: rath

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Raths

rath
rathe
rathel
rather
rather than
rathering
ratherish
rathest
rathite
rathole
ratholed
ratholes
ratholing
rathripe
rathripes
raths (current term)
rathskellers
raticide
raticides
ratifiable
ratification
ratifications
ratified
ratifier
ratifiers
ratifies
ratify
ratifying
ratihabition

Literary usage of Raths

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1. Journal by Bond & Share Society, New Hampshire Dental Society, American Wine Society, Manning Valley Historical Society (1904)
"This abundance of raths, Lisses, and Duns is due to the successive swarms of colonists, traders, and invaders who naturally made for Cork Harbour and landed ..."

2. Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland by Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland (1853)
"OBSERVATIONS ON raths. BY THE EEV. PHILIP MOORE. [Bead at the Meeting of May 2nd.] THE primaeval antiquities of our country have always possessed the ..."

3. Transactions of the Kilkenny Archaeological Society by Kilkenny Archaeological Society (1853)
"OBSERVATIONS ON raths. BY THE REV. PHILIP MOORE. {Read at the Meeting of May 2nd.] THE primaeval antiquities of our country have always possessed the ..."

4. The History of the County of Mayo to the Close of the Sixteenth Century by Hubert Thomas Knox (1908)
"The duns and raths of this country seem to have had stone facings to the ... Some of the smaller raths, farmhouse enclosures, were no doubt defended by ..."

5. The History of the County of Mayo to the Close of the Sixteenth Century by Hubert Thomas Knox (1908)
"The duns and raths of this country seem to have had stone facings to the sides of the earthen ditches and ramparts, and to have had stone walls on the ..."

6. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Antiquities ... in the Museum of the Royal by Royal Irish Academy Museum, William Robert Wilde (1857)
"To each of these forts, called raths, lisses, duns, ... In the ordinary domestic raths resided single families, or chieftains and their clans; ..."

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