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rags

  1. plural of rag

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rags

  1. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of rag

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LatvianEdit

 
Brieža rags (1)
 
Ganu rags (4)
 
Medību rags (4)

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Balto-Slavic *ragas. Cognates include Proto-Slavic *rogъ (horn), Lithuanian ragas (horn) and Old Prussian ragis (horn).

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rags m (1st declension)

  1. (anatomy) horn (solid growth on an animal's head)
    brieža ragsdeer horns (= antlers)
    govs bez ragiemcow without horns
  2. a sharp projection
    klinšu ragsrock horns (= projections)
  3. an object or phenomenon similar in form to an animal horn
    mēness ragimoon (= crescent) horns
  4. horn (a musical instrument in the shape of an animal horn)
    pūst raguto blow the horn
    angļu ragsEnglish horn
    ganu ragsshepherd's horn (ancient Latvian folk instrument)
    ragu mūzikuhorn music
    medību ragshunting horn
  5. horn (material, from animal horn, used to make object)
    raga brilleshorn spectacles
    raga ķemmehorn comb
  6. rod-like, usually curved, element or part, used for gripping or holding
    laktas ragsanvil horn
    enkura ragianchor horns
  7. (geography, syn. zemesrags) cape (projection of land into water)

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