From one of the roots ר־ב־ה (r-b-h).
- (many, much): In its sense “many, much”, רַב may be considered a determiner rather than a regular adjective.
- (enough): In its sense “enough”, רַב is used “impersonally” — that is, without a personal subject — and is therefore traditionally classified as an adverb.
- A rabbi.
From the root ר־י־ב \ ר־ב (r-y-b / r-b).
- to fight
From the other of the roots ר־ב־ב (r-b-b).
- (to shoot): ירה (yará)