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Rai or RAI may refer to:
- RAI, Radiotelevisione Italiana, an Italian broadcasting company
- Radioactive iodine (Isotopes of iodine § Notable radioisotopes)
- Radioactive iodine uptake test (RAI uptake test), a diagnostic scan that measures uptake of RAI in the thyroid
- IATA airport code for Praia International Airport in Cape Verde
- Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland
- Islamic Republic of Iran Railways
- Réseau Aérien Interinsulaire, a former name of the airline Air Tahiti
- Amsterdam RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre, or RAI for short, is a conference center in Amsterdam the Netherlands
- RAI, the NYSE symbol and acronym for Reynolds American, Inc., an American tobacco company
- Rai (comics), fictional character from Valiant Comics
- Rai Bakuoh, one of the characters from the fighting game Waku Waku 7
- Rai, the protagonist of the anime Ginga Sengoku Gun'yūden Rai
- Rai (area), a traditional Thai unit of area, equaling 1,600 m²
- Rai, Orne, a commune of the Orne département, in France
- Rai, South Khorasan, a village in South Khorasan Province, Iran
- Rai (surname)
- Rai Bahadur or Rai Sahib a noble title given during British Raj in India.
- Rai means King and is equivalent to Rao or Roy a princely title used by many Hindu rulers in India.
- Rai (ethnic group), an ethnolinguistic group of Nepal
- Rai dynasty (c. 416–644 CE), a Buddhist dynasty based in Sindh, in modern-day Pakistan
- Raí, Brazilian football (soccer) player
- Raï, a form of folk music that originated in Oran, Algeria, from Bedouin shepherds and evolved into a popular genre
- Rai (Thai: ร่าย), a Thai poetic form used in laws and chronicles
- Rai languages, Dhanwar Rai language
- Rai University, a university in India
- Rai stones, a kind of stone currency used in Yap (Caroline Islands)
- Rai (also Raai), the Hindi term for Mustard seeds
- Rai (film)
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