What is another word for Rabi?

Pronunciation: [ɹˈaba͡ɪ] (IPA)

Rabi is primarily known as the Arabic term for spring, however, it also has a range of synonyms with subtle differences in usage. Words such as "Khareef", "Barramouh", and "Tathir" are used to refer to seasons of growth and abundance. "Sulaim", "Awsim" and "Hakim" are associated with moderation and balance, and "Mesafrateem" refers to an early or pre-spring season. Some other synonyms include "Zareef", meaning pleasant or pleasing, "Talha", a term for lushness and verdure, and "Bahar", a name for the season of blossoming. These words are used to convey the various nuances of the season and have been embraced in different regions to express the beauty and vibrancy of spring.

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  • Reverse Entailment

    • Proper noun, singular
      Rabih, RABIE.
  • Other Related

    • Proper noun, singular
      rabia, rabiul, rabei.

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Usage examples for Rabi

Alpinus, in his work on the "Plants of Egypt," published in 1591, states that the only plants of the cabbage tribe which he saw in that country were the cauliflower and kohl-Rabi.
"The Cauliflower"
A. A. Crozier
79. When I had closed the ship, to Buzur-sadi-Rabi the sailor 80. I entrusted the palace with all its goods.
"Early Israel and the Surrounding Nations"
Archibald Sayce
Kohl Rabi, from caulo-rapum, cabbage turnip, is a name given to the Brassica oleracea.
"Herbal Simples Approved for Modern Uses of Cure"
William Thomas Fernie

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