Lord, Master, Sustainer; from the verb, rabba, to be master, lord, possessor of, and rabbaba, to bring up, raise. The Lord is that entity which brings its subject up to its full potential. Related to it is rubûbiyyah, lordship, divinity.
Lord; the teaching or training attribute of Allah
It is usually translated into English as the Lord, which does not convey the real meaning and significance of the Arabic word. It means one who provides nourishment, to process a thing with new additions, alterations or changes so that it should reach its goal, to bring a thing gradually to perfection. One of God's Attributes means Nourisher, Cherisher and Sustainer.
Rabb has three meanings: (i) Lord and Master; (ii) Sustainer, Provider, Supporter, Nourisher and Guardian, and (iii)Sovereign and Ruler, He who controls and directs. God is Rabb in all the three meanings of the term. The rational of the basic Qur'anic message - 'serve none but God' - is that since God is man's Rabb - Lord, Sustainer, Provider, Nourisher, etc. He alone should be the object of man's worship and service. See, for example, Qur'an 2:21.
one of the names of Allah; Sustainer.
A dimension of consciousness possessing countless attributes within its own essence. A person's Rabb is the composition of all the attributes belonging to that person's essence, which produce the person's existence.
Rabb is an Arabic word meaning Lord, Sustainer, Cherisher, Master, which in Islamic context refers to Allah. In the Qur'an, rabb is one of the usual names of God.