See also: ramât and rämät

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EtymologyEdit

From ramada (a switch used to herd animals).

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NounEdit

ramat m (plural ramats)

  1. flock or a herd of grazing animals
    Synonym: escamot
  2. (figuratively, Christianity) pastor’s flock
  3. multitude

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VerbEdit

ramat

  1. supine of rama.

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