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4 letters words from 'rast'

ARTS 4RAST 4
RATS 4STAR 4
TARS 4TSAR 4

3 letters words from 'rast'

ARS 3ART 3
ATS 3RAS 3
RAT 3SAR 3
SAT 3TAR 3
TAS 3 

2 letters words from 'rast'

AR 2AS 2
AT 2ST 2
TA 2 

All 4 letters words made out of rast

rast arst rsat srat asrt sart rats arts rtas tras atrs tars rsta srta rtsa trsa stra tsra astr satr atsr tasr star tsar

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Definitions and meaning of rast

rast

Albanian

Etymology

From ra.

Noun

rast m (indefinite plural raste, definite singular rasti, definite plural rastet)

  1. chance
    Synonym: shans, mundësi, fat
  2. occasion

Declension


German

Etymology 1

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ʀaːst/

Verb

rast

  1. Second-person singular present of rasen.
  2. Third-person singular present of rasen.
  3. Second-person plural present of rasen.
  4. Imperative plural of rasen.

Etymology 2

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ʀast/

Verb

rast

  1. Imperative singular of rasten.
  2. (colloquial) First-person singular present of rasten.

Latvian

Etymology

This word is the reflex of two different Proto-Indo-European forms: *wer-d-, *wr-ed- (to bend, to sway) and *werdʰ-, *wr-edʰ-, *h₃erdʰ- (to grow; high), both from the stem *wer- (to bend, to turn). Both forms yielded Proto-Baltic *red-, *rad-, from which *rad-ti > *rasti > rast. The present tense form was derived with an extra n: *randuo > *ruodu > rodu; cf. dialectal variants ronu, romu. From the meaning “to bend, to sway” came “to raise, to obtain (by bending down to get it)” > “to obtain, to get, to find.” From the meaning “to grow” came not only the meanings of the Lithuanian reflexive form, but also those of Latvian related forms like raža (harvest), rasma (fecundity), radīt (to create), radi (relatives) and the 18th-century adjective rastīgs (fertile, successful). This semantic diversity also explains the divergent meanings of the derived prefixed verbs (atrast (to find; to lose a habit, a skill), ierast parast, pierast (to get used to), etc.). Cognates include Lithuanian ràsti (to find, to obain by searching; to notice; to determine, to establish; to happen, to be), reflexive ràstis (to grow quickly, strongly; to give birth; to rise, to get up; to become; to happen; to come, to arrive; to get somewhere); from *werd- (to bend, to sway), also Gothic 𐍅𐍂𐌰𐍄𐍉 (wratō, to go, to travel), Icelandic rata (to travel, to find one's way), Middle High German razzeln (to turn); from *werdʰ (to grow), Old Church Slavonic расти (rasti, to grow), Russian расти (rasti), Polish róść, Sanskrit वर्धति (várdhati), वृधति (vr̥dháti, to grow, to increase), Ancient Greek ὀρθός (orthós, straight, upright) (and perhaps also, from a possible variant form *Herdʰ, *Hredʰ-, Latin arduus (lofty, high), arbor (tree)).

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): [ɾast]

Verb

rast tr., 1st conj., pres. rodu, rodi, rod, past radu

  1. to find (to cause by searching that something (desirable, necessary) be present, in use, or in one's possession)
  2. to find (to discover via research)
  3. to find (to choose, e.g., the right word, in one's thoughts)
  4. to find, to receive (e.g., help, understanding, from others)
  5. to find, to start (e.g., a state, a situation, a relationship)
  6. to find (to be such that a certain mental state is caused)
  7. (in the past active participle form radis) accustomed, used to
  8. (rare, in the past passive participle form rasts) usual, well-known

Conjugation

Derived terms

prefixed verbs:
other derived terms:
  • rasties
  • (dated term) rastīgs

Related terms

  • radīt
  • radi, radinieks
  • rasma, rasmīgs
  • raža, ražens, ražīgs

References


Norwegian Bokmål

Verb

rast

  1. past participle of rase

Serbo-Croatian

Etymology

From rȃsti (to grow)

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /râːst/

Noun

rȃst m (Cyrillic spelling ра̑ст)

  1. (uncountable) growth
  2. (uncountable) height

Declension

References

  • “rast” in Hrvatski jezični portal

Slovene

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ráːst/

Noun

rȃst f

  1. growth

Inflection

Related terms

  • rásti

Swedish

Etymology

From Old Norse rǫst, from Proto-Germanic *rastō, *rastijō (rest), from Proto-Indo-European *ros-, *res-, *erH- (rest).

Noun

rast c

  1. a break (rest or pause, usually from work)

Declension

Related terms

  • rasta
  • rastgård
  • skolrast

Anagrams

  • arts, astr., tars, tsar

Source: wiktionary.org
  • RASSLE, (colloquial) to wrestle.
    (source: Collins Scrabble Dictionary)