Pronunciation:  US [reɪ] UK [reɪ]
  • n.Light (heat or other energy)-Ray; a small amount; Ray (flat long-tailed, edible)
  • v.Radiation; Ray, (thoughts, wants, etc) Flash; the slang ... X-ray photograph
  • WebThunder; soul singer; Manta
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