Ralph

• (n.) A name sometimes given to the raven.
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Ralph

[Archdeacon of Barnstaple] Ralph was Archdeacon of Barnstaple until 1143. ...
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Ralph

[magazine] Ralph was a monthly Australian men`s magazine that was published by ACP Magazines, a division of PBL Media between August 1997 and July 2010. The format and style of Ralph was similar to other men`s magazines, such as Maxim and Loaded. ==Content== Similar to its rivals FHM and Zoo Weekly, Ralph published photos of scantily-clad m...
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Ralph

[name] Ralph (f or f) is an English, Scandinavian and German male given name, derived from Old Norse Raðulfr (rað `counsel` + ulfr `wolf`) through Old English Rædwulf and the longer form Radulf. The most common forms are: Other forms of the name are: ...
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Ralph

[rat] Ralph was the first cloned rat. To give birth to Ralph, 129 embryos were implanted into 2 females. One became pregnant and gave birth to three rats; Ralph was the first to be born. Ralph has been cloned for medical purposes requiring genetically identical animals including testing in impact of genetics and the environment in the devel...
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Ralph

Ralph (rălf) noun A name sometimes given to the raven.
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Ralph

Ralph is American slang for to vomit
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Ralph

Ralph is an English name for boys. The meaning is `God has healed` The name Ralph is most commonly given to English and Welsh boys. (7 times more often than to American boys.) It is short for: Radulf Use for the other sex: Ralphina The name sounds like: Rolphe, Rolfe See also: Ralphie
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