Ρα- names
Ῥαά
  • Meaning: Zorah
  • Note: City assigned to the tribe of Judah (Josh 15:33)
  • Note: LXX takes the last 3 letters as the name
Ῥαάβ
  • Parse: Noun: indeclined Fem
  • Meaning: Rahab, Rehob
  • Note: Rahab: the harlot of Jericho who protected the spies (Josh 2:1-7)
  • Note: Rehob: A place in north Palestinbe (Num 13:21)
  • Note: Rehob: Father of Hadadezer, king of Tobah (2Sam 8:3,12)
  • Note: Rehob: Levite city in the territory of Asher (Josh 19:28)
Ῥααβιά
  • Meaning: Rehabiah
  • Note: Son of Eliezer (1Chron 23:17)
Ῥααβιάς
  • Meaning: Rehabiah
  • Note: Son of Eliezer (1Chron 26:25)
Ῥααιά
  • Meaning: Reaiah
  • Note: Family of Nethinim who returned from Babylonian captivity (Neh 7:50)
Ῥαασσών
  • Meaning: Rezin
  • Note: King of Syria who joined Pekah to invade Judah (Isa 7:1)
Ῥααῦ
  • Meaning: Rehob
  • Note: City in the territory of Asher (Josh 19:30)
Ῥαβά
  • Meaning: Raba
  • Note: LXX takes the Hebrew to be a city, but it means desert plain, steppe (Josh 11:2)
Ῥαβαμάγ
  • Meaning: Rabmag
  • Note: Prince of Babylon against Jerusalem (Jer 39:3)
Ῥαββά
  • Meaning: Rabba, Rabbah
  • Note: Chief city of the Ammonites about 32 km east of Jordan (Josh 13:25; Amos 1:14)
Ῥαββάθ
  • Meaning: Rabbah
  • Note: The most important city of the Ammonites (Jer 49:2)
Ῥαββώθ
  • Meaning: Rabbith
  • Note: Town in the territory of Zebulun (Josh 19:20)
Ῥάγα
  • Meaning: Rages
  • Note: A city and province in Media (Tobit 4:1)
Ῥάγαι
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Fem
  • Meaning: Rages
  • Note: City and province in Media (Tobit 9:2)
  • Forms:
Ῥαγαύ, Ῥαγαῦ
  • Parse: Noun: indeclined Masc
  • Meaning: Reu, Ragau
  • Note: Reu: Son of Peleg and father of Serug (Gen 11:18-21; 1Chron 1:25; Luke 3:35)
  • Note: Ragau: City and province in Media (Judith 1:5,15)
Ῥαγέμ
  • Meaning: Ragem
  • Note: Son of Jahdai (1Chron 2:47)
Ῥάγη
  • Meaning: Raguel
  • Note: Father of Σάρρα, the wife of Tobit (Tobit 6:10)
Ῥαγμά
  • Meaning: Raamah
  • Note: Raamah: Country which traded with Tyre (Ezek 27:22)
  • Note: Ishma: son of Etam (1Chron 4:3)
Ῥάγοι
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Plur Masc
  • Meaning: Rages
  • Note: A city in Media (Tobit 4:1)
  • Forms:
Ῥαγουῆλος
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Raguel, Reuel, Deuel
  • Note: Reuel: Father-in-law of Moses; also called Jethro (Num 10:29)
  • Note: Raguel: Father of Σάρρα, the wife of Tobit (Tobit 3:7,17)
  • Note: Raguel: Descendant of Asiel and father of Raphael (Tobit 1:1)
  • Note: Reuel: Son of Esau (1Chron 1:35)
  • Note: Reuel: Son of Banaia (LXX) or Ibnijah and father of Shephatiah (1Chron 9:8)
  • Note: Reuel: Son of Abraham and Keturah (Gen 25:3 LXX)
  • Note: Reuel: Son of Dedan (Gen 25:3 LXX)
  • Note: Reuel: Son of Esau and Basemath (Gen 36:4)
  • Note: Deuel: Father of Elisaph; a leader of the tribe of Gad (Num 1:14; 7:42,47; 10:20).
  • Note: Reuel: Father of Elisaph; a leader of the tribe of Gad (Num 2:14).
  • Forms:
Ῥαδδαῒ
  • Meaning: Raddai
  • Note: Fifth son of Jesse (1Chron 2:14)
Ῥαέμ
  • Meaning: Raham
  • Note: Son of Shema and father of Jorkoam (1Chron 2:44)
Ῥαεμμάθ
  • Meaning: Raemmath
  • Note: A place mentioned only in the LXX (1Kings 11:14)
Ῥαζίς
  • Meaning: Razis
  • Note: An elder of Jerusalem," "lover of his countrymen," and for his good will toward them called "father of the Jews," accused before the Syrian general Nicanor as an opponent of Hellenism. In order to escape falling into the hands of Nicanor's soldiers he committed suicide with the greatest determination in a rather revolting manner (2Macc 14:37), in his death calling upon "the Lord of life" in the hope of a resurrection. His suicide--contrary to Jewish sentiment--was regarded with approbation by the author of 2Macc (14:42,43)
Ῥαθαμά
  • Meaning: Rithmah
  • Note: A desert camp of the Israelites (Num 33:18)
Ῥαθαμίν
  • Meaning: Rathamin, Ramah
  • Note: one of the three toparchies along with Aphaerema and Lydda, which were added to Judea from the country of Samaria in 145 BC (1Macc 11:34)
Ῥαιά
  • Meaning: Reaiah
  • Note: Son of Shobal (1Chron 4:2)
Ῥαῖος
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Rhaius
  • Note: Rhaius Agathopus "deacon of God" (Ign-Phld 11:1; Ign Smyrn 10:1)
  • Forms:
Ῥαιφάν
  • Meaning: Raiphan, Remphan
  • Note: A name for Chiun, the planet Saturn (Amos 5:26)
Ῥάμ
  • Meaning: Ram
  • Note: Founder of the clan to which Elihu belonged. Perhaps same as Aram of Gen 22:21 (Job 32:2)
  • Note: Son of Hezron (1Chron 2:9)
  • Note: Son of Jerahmeel (1Chron 2:25)
Ῥαμά, Ῥαμᾶ
  • Parse: Noun: indeclined Fem
  • Meaning: Ramah
  • Note: City near Gibeah in the territory of Benjamin (Josh 18:25; 1Kings 15:17-22; 2Chron 16:1-6; Isa 10:29)
  • Note: Town on the border of Asher about 20 km SE of Tyre (Josh 19:29)
  • Note: One of the fenced cities of Naphtali, about 12 km WSW of Safed and about 24 km west of the north end of the Sea of Galilee (Josh 19:36)
  • Note: Ramoth-Gilead (2Chron 22:6)
Ῥαμάθ
  • Meaning: Remeth
  • Note: place in the territory of Issachar (Josh 19:21)
Ῥαμέν
  • Meaning: Ramen
  • Note: City in the territory of Judah; but this city in the LXX does not seem to be a transliteration of the Hebrew (Zanoah) (Josh 15:34)
Ῥαμεσσῆ
  • Meaning: Raamses, Ramesses
  • Note: "land of Rameses" probably refers to Goshen in lower Egypt (Gen 46:28; 47:11)
  • Note: Supply city in Egypt (Ex 1:11; 12:37; Num 33:3,5; Judith 1:9)
Ῥαμεσσαί
  • Meaning: Tharshish
  • Note: Son of Bilhan (1Chron 7:10)
Ῥαμία
  • Meaning: Ramiah
  • Note: Son of Parosh who promised to put away his pagan wife (Ezra 10:25)
Ῥαμμάθ
  • Meaning: Ramoth
  • Note: Ramoth-Gilead (2Kings 9:16)
Ῥαμμώ
  • Meaning: Camon
  • Note: Place where Jair was buried (Judg 10:5)
Ῥαμνών
  • Meaning: Ramnon, Camon
  • Note: Place where Jair was buried (Judg 10:5 Vat)
Ῥαμώθ
  • Meaning: Ramath, Ramoth
  • Note: Ramath: Transliteration of meaning corals (Ezek 27:16)
  • Note: Ramoth: Levitical city in the tribe of Issachar (Deut 4:43)
  • Note: Meremoth: Son of Urijah (Neh 3:4)
Ῥανά
  • Meaning: Rinnah
  • Note: Son of Shimon (1Chron 4:20)
Ῥαούμ
  • Meaning: Rehum
  • Note: One of the leaders of the people who endorsed Nehemiah's covenant (Neh 10:26)
  • Note: Levite son of Bani (Neh 3:17)
Ῥαούμος
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Raoumus, Rathumus
  • Note: Man who endorsed letter to Artaxerxes against the Jews (1Esdras 2:12)
  • Forms:
Ῥαρά
  • Meaning: Beer
  • Note: City to which Jotham escaped, may be Beeroth (Judg 9:21)
  • Hebrew:
Ῥασέφ
  • Meaning: Raseph
  • Note: Descendant of Ephraim (1Chron 7:25)
Ῥασία
  • Meaning: Rizia
  • Note: Son of Ulla (1Chron 7:39)
Ῥασίμ
  • Meaning: Rasim
  • Note: Name of the commander of 100 (2Kings 11:4)
  • Note: Transliteration of which means runner, courier
Ῥασσίς
  • Meaning: Rassisites
  • Note: descendants of Rasses who lived south of Lud (Judith 2:23)
Ῥασών
  • Meaning: Rezin
  • Note: Family of Nethinim who came out of Babylon with Zerubbabel (Ezra 2:48)
Ῥαφά
  • Meaning: Rapha
  • Note: Transliteration of meaning giant (2Sam 21:16)
Ῥαφαήλ
  • Meaning: Raphael
  • Note: Rephael: son of Shemaiah (1Chron 26:7)
  • Note: Raphael: angel who visited Tobit (Tobit 3:16ff)
  • Note: Raphael: son of Raguel and father of Gabael (Tobit 1:1)
Ῥαφαία
  • Meaning: Rephaiah
  • Note: Rephaiah: Descendants of David (1Chron 3:21)
  • Note: Rephaiah: Captain of Simeonites (1Chron 4:42)
  • Note: Rephaiah: son of Tola of the tribe of Issachar (1Chron 7:1)
  • Note: Raphah: Son of Binea (1Chron 8:37)
  • Note: Rephaiah: Son of Binea (1Chron 9:43)
  • Note: Rephaiah: son of Hur (Neh 3:9)
Ῥαφαΐμ
  • Meaning: Rephaim
  • Note: giants (2Sam 23:13)
Ῥαφαΐν
  • Meaning: Rephaim, Rephain
  • Note: Large men, giants who occupied Palestine (Gen 15:20)
  • Note: Ancestor of Judith (Judith 8:1)
Ῥαφακά
  • Meaning: Dophkah
  • Note: Another camping spot in the wilderness (Num 33:12)
  • Note: . LXX reads the first letter as instead of
Ῥαφές
  • Meaning: Rezeph
  • Note: Fortress near Haran, probably on the west of the Euphrates, conquered by Sennacherib (Isa 37:12)
Ῥαφή
  • Meaning: Raphah
  • Note: Raphah: Descendant of Ephraim (1Chron 7:25)
  • Note: Rapha: Son of Benjamin (1Chron 8:2)
Ῥαφί
  • Meaning: Raphi
  • Note: Town mentioned in LXX where Hebrew reads (Tiphsah) (1Kings 2:46f LXX = 4:24)
Ῥαφία
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Fem
  • Meaning: Raphia
  • Note: Small town in Syria where Ptolemy IV Philopator fought with Antiochus III (3Macc 1:1)
  • Forms:
Ῥαφιδίν
  • Meaning: Rephidim
  • Note: Another camping place during the Exodus (Ex 17:1)
Ῥαφίς
  • Meaning: Rabsaris
  • Note: one of the three officers whom Sennacherib sent from Lachish with a threatening message to Jerusalem (2Kings 18:17)
Ῥαφού
  • Meaning: Raphu
  • Note: Father of Palti from the tribe of Benjamin (Num 13:9)
Ῥαφών
  • Meaning: Raphon
  • Note: A place east of Jordan where Timothy camped his army but was defeated by Judas Maccabeus (1Macc 5:37)
Ῥαχάβ
  • Parse: Noun: indeclined Fem
  • Meaning: Rahab
  • Note: Poetical name applied to Egypt as "the proud one" (Ps 87:4; 89:10; Isa 51:9)
  • Note: A harlot in Jericho who helped the two spies (Josh 2:1)
Ῥαχήλ
  • Parse: Noun: indeclined Fem
  • Meaning: Rachel
  • Note: Daughter of Laban and wife of Jacob (Gen 29:6)
Ῥαψάκης
Ῥαώβ
  • Meaning: Rehob
  • Note: Town in the territory of Asher (Josh 19:30)
Ῥαώμ
  • Meaning: Ir
  • Note: Father of Shuppim and Huppim (1Chron 7:12)