Significado de rayah en en Inglés

rayah

(also raya, raiah, rajah)

Pronunciación /ˈrʌɪə/

nombre

historical
  • A subject of the Ottoman Empire (especially a non-Muslim) who is not a member of the ruling class, and is therefore liable to pay a poll tax.

Origen

Early 18th century. From colloquial Ottoman Turkish rāyā from raʿāyā, plural of Arabic raʿīya non-Muslim tax-paying subjects of the Ottoman Empire, specifically use of raʿīya herd, flock from raʿā to pasture, feed.