The feminized version of the masculine ragazzo (“boy; boyfriend”) from Medieval Latin *ragatius, most probably ultimately from Arabic raqqāṣ, messenger, courier), or alternatively from Ancient Greek ῥάκος (rhákos, “rag, tatter”, suggesting the clothing).
Allora e' necessario approfondire:
RAGAZZA (Ital.) – a girl, a young lady; a beloved, a braid, a fiancee; a maidservant; RAGAZZO (Ital.) – a child, a boy, a young man; a groom, a fiance; a boyservant; RAGAZZI (Ital.) – children, teenagers, guys, friends; a very widely used word in Italian, to start a warm, friendly address to people, younger or same age, showing familiarity with them, closeness to them (=Amer.: Guys! );
RAKASTAJA (Fin.) – a lover (female, male); rakastaa (Fin.) – to love; MINÄ RAKASTAN SINUA (Fin.) - I love you; rakastua (Fin.) – to fall in love; rakkaus (Fin.) – a love; rakas (Fin.), rakkes (Saami) – beloved, dear; rakastella (Fin.) – to make love; RAGASZT (Hung.) - to glue; ragasztó - a glue, a paste; ragaszkodik - to adhere, cling, be fond of; rokon (Hung.), rak (Samoyed) – relative, relation; rokonszen (Hung.) – sympathy; RAX, RAG (Hanty), row, rog (Mansi) – to get close, to please;
RAKKASE (Turk.) – female dancer; RAKKAS (Turk.) – male dancer; rakis (Turk.) – a dance; rakset(mek) (Turk.) – to dance; to beat rhythmically, to pulsate, to oscillate; raksî (Turk.) – vibrational; râkip (Turk.) – a horse rider; rakiben (Turk.) – on horseback; [raqqāṣ] (Arabic) – messenger, courier; [rukub] (Arabic) – to ride a horse; ratsuta(ma) (Est.), ratsastaa (Fin.) – to ride a horse; ride (Eng.), reiten (Ger.), rida (Sw.) – to ride a horse; riddare (Sw.), рыцарь [rytsar'] (Rus.) – a rider, a knight; reisen (Ger.), resa (Sw.), reisi(ma) (Est.) – to travel (i.e., to ride a horse); raşe (Tur.) – shaking; rázás (Hung.) – shaking; ráz (Hung.) – to shake;
[RAKS] رقص (Pers.) - a dance; [RAQISDAN] رقصیدن (Pers.) - to dance;
[RAQṣ] رَقْص (Arab.) - a dance; [RAQAṣA] رَقَصَ (Arab.) - to dance;
[RAKAD] רָקַד (Hebrew) - a dance; to dance; [RAGAS, RAGAZ, ragsath, ragzat] (Hebrew) – to be moved by affection; [rogza] (Hebrew) – a motion; [ragaz] (Hebrew) – was moved;
RIKKAT (Turk.) – tenderness, sensitivity, compassion, pity, sympathy; RIKKATLI (Turk.) – sensitive, sympathetic, compassionate, gentle, touching, tender; RAHAT (Turk.) – peace, tranquility; рақат [rakhat] (Kazakh), рәхәт [rehet] (Tatar) – a bliss, a pleasure, a delight; рақаттан [rakhatlan] (Kazakh), рәхәтләнү [rehetlenu] (tatar) – to bliss, to enjoy, to experience pleasure; rahatlan(mak) (Turk.) – to rest, to relax; рақатты [rakhatty] (Kazakh) – blessed, joyful, giving pleasure; a bliss, a pleasure, a joy;
RAHU (Est.), rauha (Fin.) – a peace, a tranquility; rahune(ma) (Est.) – to be comforted; rahusta(ma) (Est.) - to console; rahulda(ma) (Est.) – to satisfy, to gratify; rahuldus (Est.) – a satisfaction, a delight;
RUHE [RUYE] (German) – calmness, silence; rō, rōw, roo, ro, ró (Old English, Dan., Sw., Icel.) – calm, calmness, tranquility, silence, peace;
[RU.GU] (Sumerian) - to approach, to be agreeable, to be good for, to please;
รัก [RAK] (Thai) – to love; ผมรักคุณ [P̄hm rạk khuṇ, P̄hm lạk khuṇ] (Thai) - I love you.
Must be ultimately connected to RA - not only the Egyptian God of the Sun, but also the Sun itself, in many ancient languages worldwide, e.g.:
RAY (Eng.), RAGGIO (Ital.) - ray, sunray;
[RAGH, RAQINI] (Lezghian, Agulian, Gequn, Qushan - languages in Caucasus), [RIG] (Tabasaran, Dagestan) - the sun;
RA (Sumerian) - shining, lustrous, bright;
[REI, RA] (Coptic language in Northern Africa), RIUA, RIOA (Gikuiu, Western Africa), OORUN (Yoruba, Nigeria), RANA (Hausawa, Western Africa), rikumbi (Kimbundu, Angola), eryba (Bantu, Uganda) - the sun;
RAJ, SUE-RAJ (Urdu, Pakistan), रवि [RAVI] (Hindi), [RAVI, SURJA] (Sanskrit), Nibha-RA (Newari, Nepal) - the sun;
श्री, śrī [SRI] (Sanscrit) - luck, prosperity;
SRA, SRII, SREE (Athabascan languages of Alaska and Canada) - the sun;
[RA'SA] (Chibcha Native American languages of Central America), [RA'SA] (Pawnee Native American language in the USA), raynari (Tarahumara Native American language in Central America) - the sun;
[RA] (Kayngang, one of the Native American languages of Brazil), grahaolai (Abipon, Native American language in the North of Argentina and the South of Paraguay) - the sun;
[RA] (Maori, New Zealand), [RA] (Mangarev, Polynesia), [RA] (Taiti), [RA] (Rarotongan, Cook islands), [RA] (Futuna island), [RA, REA] (Aniwa, Vanuatu islands), [RA] (Kapingamarangi, Micronesia), [RA] (Rapanui, Easter island), [RA] (Gamei, Giri, Qaqet, Angaua languages of Papua New Guinea), [RA, RATO] (Anuta, Solomon islands), [RO] (Komodo, Indonesia), ARAW, ORAW (Philippines) - the sun.
N.B. The purest RA in the meaning of 'sun' is in the languages of Oceania (see the end of the list). A remnant tracing back to the lost civilization of the sunken continent MU* ?
* MU (Udmurt, Komi), mou (Nganasan), mŏw (Hanty), mā (Mansi), maa (Est.), mō (Livonian), maa (Votic, Fin., Izhorian), mua (Karelian, Chud’), ma (Vepssian), münö (Mari) – soil, earth, land;
[na] (Nanaian, Oroch Tungusic languages) – soil, earth, land;
[ma] (Sumerian) – soil, earth, land.
MU (Egyptian) - WATER:
Source: The Ugaritic abjad… a rovas alphabet, Michelangelo Naddeo, 2007), https://www.michelangelonaddeo.com/