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 Ra  Rabai 1000  
 Rahma  Love, friend, mercy 1000  
 Rahmia  Devotions Celebrated three times (or seven) every day 1000  
 Rahmuta  Compassion 1001  
 Rasta  The ritual dress, always white. Made of natural material. Embroidered with silver and gold thread at death 1000  
 Ratna  Modern Mandaean colloquial dialect 1000  
 Razia, raz  Mystery, secret 1000  
 Rba , Rabai  elect priest, chief intator and the ordainer of new Mandaean priests. Holds the office known as rabuta. Compare to the Jewish "rabbi" 1000  
 Rbuta  Pride, arrogance 1000  
 Rhum  Rome 1000  
 Riasia  Chief men 1000  
 Riha  Scent, prfume, incense 1000  
 Rimza  Secret token or sign 1000  
 Riqan  Void, empty, naked, bare 1000  
 Rish  Head, first 1000  
 Rishama  The minor daily and preliminary ritual ablutions 1000  
 Rishaya  Person in authority 1000  
 Ruha  The middle "soul" in humans. More emotional than the higher Nishimta soul, and less selfish than the lower Nephesh soul. This is the Ruach of the Qabbalah and the Ba of the Egyptians 1000  
 Rukba  Vehicle. ship, chariot 1000  
 Rushuma  Daily ablution, a wooden seal 1000  
 Ruta  Illumination 1000  
 Ruyana  Meditation, consideration, pondering 1000  


Harry:
What is the word for REMORSE?

2018-01-12 04:27:25

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