For the species in the Delta Quadrant, please see Ram Izad.
The planet Rahm-Izad was located in the Rahm-Izad system. This system was located within Sector 21459.
The planet was used by Captain Jean-Luc Picard in 2369 as a ruse to throw Gul Ocett off the trail of the mystery surrounding the ancient humanoids. While Ocett believed that the last missing DNA fragment was located here, it was in fact located on Vilmor II. (TNG: "The Chase")
In "The Chase", the location of Rahm-Izad was pointed out by Data from a star chart of the Milky Way Galaxy. The location was in what is usually identified as the Beta Quadrant.
According to the script
, the pronunciation for Rahm-Izad was "ROM-a-zod".