Definition of Rayas
1. raya [n] - See also: raya
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rayas
ray of light
rayas (current term)
Literary usage of Rayas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Journeys of Observation by Thomas Arthur Rickard (1907)
"HE four great shafts on the Veta Madre are the rayas, the Cata, ... The rayas is octagonal and 38 feet in diameter, with a depth of 1400 feet. ..."
2. A Geognostical Essay on the Superposition of Rocks in Both Hemispheres by Alexander von Humboldt (1823)
"... de rayas) must not be confounded with that of the mine of Animas, which is whitish-grey, and contains fragments of compact limestone. ..."
3. Records of Travels in Turkey, Greece, &c.: And of a Cruise in the Black Sea by Sir Adolphus Slade (1833)
"... intermarriages between Franks and rayas. The publicity thus given, in virtue of the ambassador's proceedings, aroused the authorities, who separated the ..."
4. Narrative of a Journey from Constantinople to England by Robert Walsh (1828)
"... as 'they were considered to have forfeited their life at the taking of Constantinople, and hold it ever since on sufferance; the Armenians rayas, ..."
5. The Romance of Mining: Containing Interesting Descriptions of the Methods of by Archibald Williams (1905)
"... Mine—The mines of Zacatecas—The mines of Guanajuato—The Valenciana Mine—The Marques de rayas— Mexican mining law about depth of claims—Zacatecas wealth. ..."