Ray is defined as a beam coming from a light source.(noun)
An example of ray is the light coming in through a window on a sunny day.
The definition of a ray is a fish with a skeleton mostly made of cartilage, a flat body with eyes on the top surface, wide fins and a whip-like tail.(noun)
An example of a ray is what killed Steve Irwin the Crocodile Hunter.
See ray in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: OFr rai < L radius: see radius
Origin: ME < MFr raie < L raia
See ray in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: Middle English
Origin: , from Old French rai
Origin: , from Latin radius.
Origin: Middle English raye
Origin: , from Old French raie
Origin: , from Latin raia.
, John 1627-1705.
, Man 1890-1976.
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