Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A measure of length used in Burma; a rod, equal to 154 English inches.

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Examples

  • Wow after all the media has done to help Obama especially cnn with all the hype of the new messiah and 8 years of Bush we're at a tie, dha is it possible Obama is a flawed candidate and yet his problems are just starting with his partner in corruption Tony Rezko who was found guilty yesterday and another video showing Michelle Obama on a racist rant in june 2004.

    Polls: Obama, McCain locked in dead heat

  • If the higher tone, dha, should be flatted, giving it the same pitch as the upper quarter of the lower tone, pa, the Hindoo musician would not speak of dha as being flat, but would say instead, "Serveretna has been introduced to the family of Santa and her sisters."

    Woman's Work in Music

  • There are some sounds boxes of our mother tongue which are become hurdles for improving the pronunciation like dha sound in our mother tounge which is not present in English

    English as Intellectual Make Up for Indians « Articles « Literacy News

  • He advised women wanting to check their marital status to go to their nearest home affairs office or to make use of the department's online facility on www. dha.gov za.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Taa '(T) tah Tabiib (tah-beeb; doctor) DHahr (dha-her; back)

    Arabic for Dummies

  • Oscail na leabhair ar leathanach dha céad is a haon!

    between the rock and the cold, cold sea -- Day

  • "Kamera saj rrëshqitje, prerja ritmike, dhe të shtëna të gjatë të ngadalshëm të ndritshëm Spotlights formatimin e një katedrale e dritave dha fuhrer der dhe besnik të tij një vështrim i sofistikimit" Simon.

    ideonexus.com »2004» Maj

  • Meng and dha connected using talk on Schwern's laptop and we spent a good 100 miles just finding things to talk about.

    Boing Boing: July 28, 2002 - August 3, 2002 Archives

  • Vaed'rae, Enarrain: rhi siuren dha, iehyyak 'haerh s'Vega rhudhe dvaer.

    The Romulan Way

  • Sigālovādosutta, see Dialogues of the Bud - dha, trans. from the Pāli of the Dīgha Nikāya, by C.A. F. and T.W. Rhys Davids (London, 1957), Part III, p. 180.

    BUDDHISM

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