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Rah vs Isis - What's the difference?

rah | isis |


As an interjection rah

is an exclamation of encouragement.

As a noun rah

is (british) a person (especially a student) with a posh accent who looks down on those who are 'common'.

As an adjective rah

is (british) posh.

As a proper noun isis is

a sunni jihadist group active in iraq and syria, where it has proclaimed an (unrecognized) state.

Ooh vs Rah - What's the difference?

ooh | rah |


As interjections the difference between ooh and rah

is that ooh is uh, erm, um (expression of confusion or uncertainty) while rah is an exclamation of encouragement.

As a noun rah is

(british) a person (especially a student) with a posh accent who looks down on those who are 'common'.

As an adjective rah is

(british) posh.

Dah vs Rah - What's the difference?

dah | rah |


As a symbol dah

is .

As an interjection rah is

an exclamation of encouragement.

As a noun rah is

(british) a person (especially a student) with a posh accent who looks down on those who are 'common'.

As an adjective rah is

(british) posh.

Rap vs Rah - What's the difference?

rap | rah |


As nouns the difference between rap and rah

is that rap is rap, rap music (music style) while rah is (british) a person (especially a student) with a posh accent who looks down on those who are 'common'.

As an interjection rah is

an exclamation of encouragement.

As an adjective rah is

(british) posh.

Rah vs Rai - What's the difference?

rah | rai |


As nouns the difference between rah and rai

is that rah is (british) a person (especially a student) with a posh accent who looks down on those who are 'common' while rai is a member of an ancient indigenous ethnolinguistic group of nepal.

As an interjection rah

is an exclamation of encouragement.

As an adjective rah

is (british) posh.

Rah vs Mah - What's the difference?

rah | mah |


As interjections the difference between rah and mah

is that rah is an exclamation of encouragement while mah is baa (cry of sheep).

As a noun rah

is (british) a person (especially a student) with a posh accent who looks down on those who are 'common'.

As an adjective rah

is (british) posh.

Rah vs Wah - What's the difference?

rah | wah |


As interjections the difference between rah and wah

is that rah is an exclamation of encouragement while wah is a cry of fright, distress, etc.

As nouns the difference between rah and wah

is that rah is (british) a person (especially a student) with a posh accent who looks down on those who are 'common' while wah is (archaic) the red panda.

As an adjective rah

is (british) posh.

Rah vs Yah - What's the difference?

rah | yah |


As an interjection rah

is an exclamation of encouragement.

As a noun rah

is (british) a person (especially a student) with a posh accent who looks down on those who are 'common'.

As an adjective rah

is (british) posh.

As a proper noun yah is

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Rah vs Rach - What's the difference?

rah | rach |


As an interjection rah

is an exclamation of encouragement.

As a noun rah

is (british) a person (especially a student) with a posh accent who looks down on those who are 'common'.

As an adjective rah

is (british) posh.

As a proper noun rach is

a female given name, diminutive of rachel.

Cah vs Rah - What's the difference?

cah | rah |


As nouns the difference between cah and rah

is that cah is (us|eastern massachusetts) while rah is (british) a person (especially a student) with a posh accent who looks down on those who are 'common'.

As an interjection rah is

an exclamation of encouragement.

As an adjective rah is

(british) posh.

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