Rabi
I. noun Etymology: Arabic rabī‘ Date: circa 1769 either of two months of the Islamic year: a. Rabi al-Awwal b. Rabi al-Thani II. biographical name Isidor Isaac 1898-1988 American (Austrian-born) physicist

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