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adv. (context Pastafarianism humorous English) amen n. 1 soup noodles of wheat, with various ingredients (Japanese style) 2 A type of instant noodles.


is a Japanese noodle dish. It consists of Chinese-style wheat noodles served in a meat- or (occasionally) fish-based broth, often flavored with soy sauce or miso, and uses toppings such as , , , and . Nearly every region in Japan has its own variation of ramen, from the tonkotsu (pork bone broth) ramen of Kyushu to the miso ramen of Hokkaido.

Ramen (disambiguation)

Ramen may refer to:

  • A Japanese noodle dish, see ramen. As such, it may also refer to:
    • Instant noodles
    • Fueled by Ramen, American record label
    • The Ramen Girl, 2008 film starring Brittany Murphy
    • An endword of prayers according to Pastafarianism, a pun on the above and amen
  • Lake Rämen in Sweden, which, frozen over in the wintertime, also served as an auto race circuit in the 1930s
  • Ramen, a classification of aliens in the Ender novels by Orson Scott Card
  • Ramen, a race of men who tend the great Ranyhyn horses in the Thomas Covenant novels by Stephen Donaldson

Usage examples of "ramen".

Likewise he sent the folk of the Land from their homes, and instructed the Ramen to guide the Ranyhyn away.

And at the walls of the rift, using the cliffs to guard their backs, the surviving Ramen crippled or slew every beast that came within reach.

Some of the hurts looked grievous, but none of the Ramen cried out or made any sound.

The other Ramen gestured for Liand to join them, but he ignored them to accompany the Manethrall and Stave.

The Ramen might have been honest or treacherous, and she would not have known the difference.

If these Ramen had treated Anele so, she would trust them for a while.

The Ramen are hardy, and I have taught my Cords the care of such wounds.

He seemed to imply that the success of the Ramen against the ur-viles would not have been possible if the lore of the Demondim-spawn had retained its original force.

The courage of the Ramen was beyond question, and their devotion to the Ranyhyn proved greater than the fidelity of the Bloodguard.

For that reason, perhaps, you are quick to place faith in these Ramen, though you know nothing of them.

And why do the Ramen conceal themselves among these mountains, consorting with ur-viles and succoring madmen, when the Land is their home, and the Ranyhyn are needed?

Like Ramen and Ranyhyn, the One Forest and Ravers, they had not existed for him even as legends.

Several Ramen accompanied her now, although the ur-viles had vanished somewhere, leaving her to darkness and starlight.

The Ramen lived precarious lives, threatened at all times by privation, predators, and self-sacrifice: they could not afford to bewail the cost of their convictions.

Yet they were Ramen, flesh and bone, and we are too few for the promises we have made.