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"Ghayth" doesn't mean "rain" in Arabic but "field of oranges" (don't know the word in English). In Hebrew it's called "Pardes". In Arabic rain is "mattar" not another word. You pronounce it like Reith (German "R" instead of "gh").
-- Prankster  1/3/2006
Ghayth can be traslated as "restoring rain", as the rain after a drought.
-- petiteingenue  5/10/2007

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