vb. (context transitive English) To raise (put at a higher level)
"Raise Up" is a song recorded by American rapper Petey Pablo. It was released in August 2001 as the lead single from his debut album Diary of a Sinner: 1st Entry. The song peaked at number 25 in the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart in October 2001. The song was certified Gold in 2002.
"Raise Up" is a song by American rock band Saliva. It was released in 2003 on their third album Back Into Your System as the third single off the album. The song reached #29 on the Mainstream Rock Chart.
Usage examples of "raise up".
There is a just God who presides over the destinies of Nations, and who will raise up friends to fight our battles for us.
Well hast thou spoken, Sir Knight: until the God of Jacob shall raise up for His chosen people a second Gideon, or a new Maccabeus, it ill beseemeth the Jewish damsel to speak of battle or of war.
But besides all these reasons, he was desirous to raise up against the Disinherited Knight, towards whom he already entertained a strong dislike, a powerful enemy in the person of Waldemar Fitzurse, who was likely, he thought, highly to resent the injury done to his daughter in case, as was not unlikely, the victor should make another choice.
I am He who lifteth up the mourners to deliverance, and those who know their own infirmity I raise up to my own nature.
When I saw the strength of the weak little hand, and how its touch could heal my darling's heart, and raise up hope within her, I felt a new sense of the goodness and the tenderness of God.
But tell me, why have you brought her to this room, from the table of Mordiggian, and what manner of men are you, that raise up the dead as you have raised this other woman?
I tried to raise up, off her, and bumped my head against something hard and firm.