Definition of Rabanna

1. a raffia fabric [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rabanna

rBST
rDNA
rRNA
rRNA (adenosine-O-2'-)methyltransferase
rTMP
r factors
r group
ra'y
raadeite
raajmahal
raajmahals
raash
rab gene
rabab
rababs
rabanna (current term)
rabannas
rabate
rabatine
rabatines
rabato
rabatoes
rabatos
rabats
rabatte
rabatted
rabattes
rabatting
rabbet
rabbet joint

Literary usage of Rabanna

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1. General History of the Christian Religion and Church by August Neander, Joseph Torrey (1869)
"We believe we see this view ex- ceived the body of Christ The same per- pressed in the following words: " Divinitas haps was the view, from which rabanna ..."

2. Madagascar and France: With Some Account of the Island, Its People, Its by George A. Shaw (1885)
"Hundreds of thousands of these are exported every year for packing sugar in Mauritius and Bourbon, as also a roughly woven cloth, called rabanna, made from ..."

3. The Remains of Edmund Grindal, Successively Bishop of London and Archbishop by Edmund Grindal (1843)
"rabanna Maurus. de Institut. Cleric. Lib. ic 18. Biblioth. Patr. torn. x. col. 672. Vid. Spelman, Glossar. sub voce.] [10 Pix: the box in which the host was ..."

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