Words starting with R

Words that start with R

List of things that start with the letter R.

Rick the royal raccoon ran 'round the raspberry bush in Rhode Island.

Animals starting with RAnimals
Food starting with RFood
Plants that start with RPlants
Adjectives that start with RAdjectives
Verbs that start with RVerbs
Countries that start with RCountries
Cities that start with RCities
Jobs that start with RJobs
Photo of a horses rumpBody parts

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Rabat

Photo of Rabat, Morocco
Photo by Alper Çu?un
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Rabat is the capital of Morocco. It has a population of 1.7 million.

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Rabbit

Photo of a rabbit
Photo by Joshua Davis
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The rabbit is a small animal found in many parts of the world. In Australia, rabbits are the single worst introduced pest. Rabbits make good pets, if they are properly looked after.

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Raccoon

Photo of a raccoon
Photo by Neil McIntosh
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Scientific name: procyon lotor

A raccoon is a medium sized animal native to North America, although they have been spread to Europe by people. They prefer to live in forests. Raccoons like to sleep during the day and hunt at night. They eat insects, plants and small animals. A baby raccoon is called a kit.

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Race

A race is where two or more people or animals try and take the shortest possible time to travel a set distance. The winner is the fastest. There are lots of different kinds of race. The picture is of some people racing each other on bicycles, but there are also horse races, dog races, running races, car races and of course anything that can move can be raced.

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Raced

Raced is the past tense of race. For example, "the children raced each other to the corner".

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Rack

A rack is a set of shelves that are not solid. Most racks are made from a simple frame of wood or metal.

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Radio

Photo of a radio
Photo by Freakapotimus
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A stereo, or radio is a device for playing recorded music from tapes, CDs, or listening to music that is broadcasted through the air on radio waves.

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Radish

Photo of radishes
Photo by Dawn Endico
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Scientific name: raphanus sativus

Radishes are an edible root vegetable. They come in a variety of colors, with the most common being red and white. The root of the radish is crisp and has a sharp peppery flavour, with some radish varieties being hotter than others.
Radishes are most commonly used in salads, and can be preserved by pickling them. Radish leaves and seeds are also edible but not as many people eat them as eat the root.

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Raft

A raft is the most simple form of boat. Rafts can be made from anything that will float. The raft in the picture is a purpose-made inflatable raft.

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Rag

A rag is a small leftover piece of cloth, usually used for something like cleaning with.
Some people use rags to make things from, like rag dolls or quilts.