ra-su-to | ῥᾶιστο(ν) (raiston) | dilatory, requiring delay, causing delay
ra-su-to | ῥάϊστο(ς) (raistos) (Doric) | easy, pleasant; the least painful
ra-su-to | ῥαίστω(ρ) (raistor) | one that accomplishes
ra-su-to | ῥήϊστο(ς) (reistos) (Epic, Ionic) | easy, pleasant; the least painful
Knossos (Scribes 117, 120, 207)
ta-na-po-so / ra-su-to > τανύπους / ῥήϊστο refers to overgrown hooves that “require delay” to be resolved in the least painful manner [KN Db 1198+].
ra-to | ῥητό(ς) (hratos) | specified, stated
Knossos (Scribes 117, “124”)
With one exception, ra-to is found on tablets that are inscribed by 117. These tablets typically include personal names (?) as well as counts of male and female sheep. Consequently, I believe that these are inventories according to the statements of the shepherds or the owners. Cf. ratify.