Girls:Dress similar to that of boys along with pearls, numerous shopping bags and Daddy's credit card.
Names often include: Rupert, Will, Guy, Jeremy, Emily, Alexandra, Henrietta, Harriet. Followed by a double/triple barrelled surname, e.g. Harrington-Smythe.
Generally, it is used when refering to someone who posseses or aspires (painfully) to the stereotypical characteristics of what is seen as a higher social class (in the traditional, fixed sense).
For example, in a wealthy public school a rah may have to envoke an image of old aristocracy and do so in a pompous and superior manner - usually demonstrated in an expensive, flamboyant lifestyle and often loudly declared opinion.
Whereas in an enivronment where there is fewer generally exuberant lifestyles an individual could be termed a rah simply for being obviously more asperational or often just wealthy in itself.
Has many connotations of succeeding only as a result of old boy networks and from being fully supported by parents.
Sebastian of Bridehead Revisited could be described as a rah.
Rah 2 - "I know, the other teams playing was so ridick, it was actually hilair"
Rah1: *gasps* Sounds wonderful, I hope you two get together soon! See you at Meme's!
Rah2: See you later darling!
A common example of Rahs having an everyday conversation