- n. In Arabic script, the vowel point for "a", appearing as a diagonal line placed above a letter and designating a short /a/: ـَ. If the Arabic letters ا (ʾalif) or ى (ʾalif maqṣūra) immediately follow, it indicates a long /ā/.
- n. The vowel designated by this mark.
- n. Geordie father
- n. Alternative spellings of fathah.
- Alteration of father. (Wiktionary)
“Good-bye, gran'fatha '," she said, in her most winning way.”
“Yes | No | Report from buckeyeben wrote 15 hours 5 min ago hello motha hello fatha here i am with a busted chopta”
“Hamas control Gaza and fatha try to control it and Israel help Fatah for control Gaza.”
“January 1, 2008 at 11:27 am is mah sistah from anotha fatha”
“It OK kitteh, u kan juz igoarz da kissibitz, u kans go strayt to da I am Inigo Montoya u kill mah fatha prepayrz to dah!”
“Touching his forehead to the floor at appropriate moments, he recited the el-fatha:”
“The living reverence the dead by never, riding over these grounds; but travellers, in passing stop and repeat a fatha.”
“It is true as I recite the fatha," cried the great fellow, beaming on me.”
“And in the silence around him Salah Ben-Ahmed the Marabout recited the fatha, bearing witness to the eternal unity of God.”
“A moment later, however, he added: "Me marry you -- how much me get give fatha -- huh?”
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