ralph

[ralf]
verb (used without object) Slang.
to vomit.

Origin:
1970–75; apparently of expressive orig.

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Ralph

[ralf or, esp. British, reyf, rahf, rahlf]
noun
a male given name: from Old Norse words meaning “counsel” and “wolf.”
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Ralph
masc. proper name, shortened from Radulf, from O.N. Raðulfr (O.E. Rædwulf), lit. "wolf-counsel," from rað "counsel" + ulfr "wolf."
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Example sentences for ralph
Ralph, who has been smoking nonstop, is becoming seriously unhinged.
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