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rah

 (rä)
interj.
Used as an exclamation of approval or encouragement.

[Short for hurrah.]
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rah

(rɑː)
interj
informal chiefly US short for hurrah
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rah

(rɑ)

interj.
(used as an exclamation of encouragement to a player or team.)
[1865–70; short for hurrah]
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References in classic literature ?
This welcome was answered by the flapping of a handkerchief and the shrill "Rah! Rah!
Joined RAHS 1954; awarded Fellowship 1974 for editorship of Journal, convening Scholarship committee, membership of Editorial and Syllabus Committees, and authorship of authoritative biography of Governor Bourke.
The RAHS Honorary Secretary was directed 'to send him a copy of the Articles when issued and offer any assistance possible'.
John Nobbs (1845-1921), MLA 1888-1893 & 1898-1913 and MLC 1917-1921 was one of the founders of the RAHS and also founded the Cumberland Independent newspaper.
Angus & Robertson and RAHS, 1962; Library of Australian History & RAHS, 1979.
She is a professional historian who has been a member of the RAHS since her days as an undergraduate at the University of Western Sydney.
Closing date for 2000 RAHS Cultural Grants for local history research and publication projects.
RAHS refused to remove the fruit, citing that they had labelled the pineapple after the Islamic prophet to 'encourage discussion about blasphemy, religion, and liberty'.
Both were delighted with their award which included a cash prize, RAHS membership and current RAHS publications.
Bathurst District Historical Society has lodged with the RAHS a copy of The Bathurst Region Heritage Study 2007: Final Report and The New Country: a Thematic History of the Bathurst Regional Council Local Government Area.