Definitions for ralph
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Origin: From Rēdawulfaz, brought to England first in the Old Norse (Ráðúlfr), then in the Norman form.
a name sometimes given to the raven
Ralph is a former 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.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
ralf, n. (slang) the imp of mischief in a printing-house: a raven.
The numerical value of ralph in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of ralph in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Ralph was definitely a family man. He always talked about his kids and how well they were doing athletically and academically.
Democratic Socialist was the comedian of the civil rights movement, ralph Abernathy said had not King become a civil rights leader Ralph Abernathy could have succeeded as a comedian.
If he comes from a place like H&M, he understands global supply chains and that's one of the things that Ralph Lauren is trying to implement right now, it's going to be very positive for them.
When his team was scheduled to serve, we never worried about whether Ralph would be there with his team to help. He was a humble man and was willing to help at any capacity; helping people to their seats, moms with their baby carriages or the elderly in and out of our elevator.
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