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  • proper noun A language of Papua New Guinea.
  • proper noun A Nilo-Saharan language of Sudan.

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Examples

  • There was once a powerful god called Ama [ "father"], the father and ruler of all others, and the creator of man.

    Filipino Popular Tales

  • The wrestler formerly known as Ama weathered a flurry of slaps at the charge, getting both arms around Iwakiyama (1-1) before calmly waltzing the third-ranked maegashira over the straw bales.

    WN.com - Articles related to Russia and US go to war over 'Merchant of Death'

  • The wrestler formerly known as Ama weathered a flurry of slaps at the charge, getting both arms around Iwakiyama (1-1) before calmly waltzing the third-ranked maegashira over the straw bales.

    WN.com - Articles related to Russia and US go to war over 'Merchant of Death'

  • The wrestler formerly known as Ama weathered a flurry of slaps at the charge, getting both arms around Iwakiyama (1-1) before calmly waltzing the third-ranked maegashira over the straw bales.

    WN.com - Articles related to Russia and US go to war over 'Merchant of Death'

  • In other key bouts, yokozuna Hakuho also made a winning start with a routine win over komusubi Toyonoshima, Harumafuji, formerly known as Ama, was quickly shunted out from behind by second-ranked maegashira Yoshikaze, ozeki Kaio quickly took control of his bout against second-ranked Miyabiyama and marched him out from behind, Bulgarian ozeki Kotooshu also won comfortably, muscling out No. 1 maegashira Kyokutenho, and ozeki Chiyotaikai floored Kotoshogiku with a thrust-and-drag technique.

    Japan Today: Japan News and Discussion

  • "Ama," Demetrius 'trembled tinig, ang kanyang kabataan asul na mga mata ay namamaga at puno ng tubig, "ang maaari kong hindi absolve sarili ko sa mga doubts."

    ideonexus.com »2,008» Hunyo

  • The leader, known as "Ama," which means mother, is also called "the hugging saint," because she hugs people as a blessing.

    CNN Transcript Jan 4, 2005

  • The prefix "Ama" is common to the Zulu and kindred races, and signifies

    She

  • To his shock, Jamie sees his parents 'servants actually assisting the Japanese in looting his home, and his "Ama" even slaps him, perhaps in retribution for his often bratty behavior towards her before the war.

    Epinions Recent Content for Home

  • Ayurveda considers the coating of the tongue as an indicator of 'Ama' or toxins in the colon.

    StickyBlogs.com

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