Origin of the name RAHAT.
Etymology of the
Meaning of the baby name RAHAT.
Arabic name, derived from the vocabulary word ráhat, meaning "the
palm of the hand," also "ease, repose, tranquility, quiet."
(An English and Arabic Dictionary, Catafago, 1873). Rahat Nusrat Fateh Ali
Khan, a Pakistani musician and Qawwali singer. (Wiki)
lived in one of the square mud windowless houses, each with a tower at a
corner which dot the green wheat fields in the Khyber Pass wherever the
hills fall back and leave a level space. His house was fifty yards
from the road, and the trench stretched to it from his very door.
But not two hundred yards away there were other houses, and one of these
held Rahat Mian's enemies... (The Cornhill Magazine, v.23, 1907)