Rafe

In Hebrew orthography the rafe, or more commonly spelt raphe (רָפֵה pron), is a diacritic ({angle bracket| {{Hebrew|ֿ} }}), a subtle horizontal overbar placed above certain letters to indicate that they are to be pronounced as fricatives. It originated with the Tiberian Masoretes as part of the extended system of niqqud (vowel points), and h...
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Rafe

[given name] Rafe is an English, Scandinavian and German given name for a male, used in many countries across the world but most popular in English speaking countries. It can be of Irish origin (meaning `strong`). More commonly, however, it is of Old Norse origin (meaning `counsel of the wolf` or `wise wolf`), derived from the Old Norse Ra...
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Rafe

Rafe is an English name for boys. The meaning is `God has healed` The name Rafe is most commonly given to English and Welsh boys. (7 times more often than to American boys.) Rafe is given to boys and girls in the Netherlands The name sounds like: Rafi, Rafee, Raff See also: Rafael, Ralph, Radulf, Ralphie, Ralf
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