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Definition of the noun Alaba
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Alaba is a genus of Litiopidae, described by H. Adams & A. Adams in 1853.
- synonyms: genus Alaba / Australaba / genus Australaba / Obstopalia / genus Obstopalia / Pseudobittium / genus Pseudobittium / Stiliferina / genus Stiliferina
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Mollusca
- class: Gastropoda
- family: Litiopidae
- species Alaba blanfordi
- species Alaba bowenensis
- species Alaba chipolana
- species Alaba cornea
- species Alaba culliereti
- species Alaba diffilata
- species Alaba difformis
- species Alaba felina
- species Alaba flindersi
- species Alaba fragilis
- species Alaba guayaquilensis
- species Alaba hartmeyeri
- species Alaba imbricata
- species Alaba incerta
- species Alaba inflata
- species Alaba interrupelineata
- species Alaba interruptelineata
- species Alaba jeanettae
- species Alaba leucosticta
- species Alaba lirata
- species Alaba lixa
- species Alaba lucida
- species Alaba martensi
- species Alaba mirabilis
- species Alaba monile
- species Alaba opiniosa
- species Alaba picta
- species Alaba pinnae
- species Alaba pulchra
- species Alaba punctostriata
- species Alaba stclarae
- species Alaba subangulata
- species Alaba supralirata
- species Alaba tesselata
- species Alaba turrita
- species Alaba vibex
- species Alaba warnefordiana
- species Alaba zadela
- species Alaba zebrina
- species Obstopalia pseudosulcata
- species Obstopalia varicosa
- observational distribution: specimen and observational data from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility Network (not necessarily true occurrence density gradients)
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Alaba is a genus of Litiopidae.
Alaba a.k.a. Alaba Language: Alaba-K'abeena, also known as Wanbasana, is a Highland East Cushitic language spoken in Ethiopia in the Great Rift Valley southwest of Lake Shala. The literacy rate of native speakers in their language is below 1%, while their literacy rate in second languages is 8.6%; Alaba-K'abeena is taught in primary schools. It has an 81% lexical similarity with Kambaata. However Fleming classifies K'abeena as a dialect of Kambaata, and Blench classify both as dialects of Kambaata. The 2007 census in Ethiopia lists Alaba and Qebena as separate languages.
- also known as Allaaba, Halaba, Alaba-K’abeena language
Phrases with Alaba
Phrases starting with the word Alaba:
- Alaba Coma
- Alaba Lixa
- Alaba Fulva
- Alaba Picta
- Alaba Vibex
- Alaba Albugo
- Alaba Lirata
- Alaba Monile
- Alaba Pinnae
- Alaba Zadela
- Alaba incerta
- Alaba Pulchra
- Alaba serrana
- Alaba Striata
- Alaba Fragilis
- Alaba Martensi
- Alaba Opiniosa
Phrases ending with the word Alaba:
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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Alaba
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Practising Development (2013)
Social Science Perspectives by Johan Pottier
The presumed ignorance came through in the original proposal the agency submitted: Alaba is a highly traditional Muslim woreda, with customs dating back centuries, and is surrounded by non-Muslim (more 'modernised') communities on all ...
Modern Geography (1817)
A Description of the Empires, Kingdoms, States, and Colonies; with the Oceans, Seas, and Isles; in All Parts of the World: Including the Most Recent Discoveries, and Political Alterations. Digested on a New Plan by John Pinkerton, Nicolle de La Croix, John Pond
The alaba is the pita/Jaya of California, and is a delicious and ...
Nollywood Central (2016)
by Jade L. Miller
Alaba is a city unto itself, with streets, churches, banks and apartments, though all look similar: low, dusty and constructed of inexpensive materials. The market, according to a rough and somewhat questionable estimate from over a decade ...
Precarious Creativity (2016)
Global Media, Local Labor by Michael Curtin, Kevin Sanson
Alaba is a city unto itself, with streets, churches, banks, and apartments, all low, dusty structures built from inexpensive materials. The market, according to a rough and unsourced estimate from over a decade ago, may be the epicenter of 75 ...
The next child is called Alaba, and is the servant of Idowu, and the next is Idogbe, who watches the house while others come, and is very precious. Seven are said to have been born at once in Ibadan in 1907, and an eyewitness certified the ...
World and Its Peoples (2006)
by Marshall Cavendish
Alaba is a popular folk genre that originated among the Bedouins.
by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain)
The Alaba camp (Chang). The Alaba is a tree, VOL. L. S the ...
by Lois Merritt
Alaba is a town of about one hundred thatched houses built in a circle around the market place, which is about six acres in size. The houses are numerous in the surrounding area, where corn and beans are growing. There is a mosque ...
by David H. Shinn, Thomas P. Ofcansky
ALABA PEOPLE AND LANGUAGE. Some 257,000 (2012 Joshua Project estimate) Alaba people live in the Rift Valley southwest of Lake Shala. The Bilate River separates them from the Kembata to the west. The Hadiya reside to the north and ...
by Emanuel Strauss
est suum cuique pulchrum est chacun prise sa marchandise chaque mercier prise ses et son panier chaque potier vante son pot demandez-le mon compagnon, qui est menteur que moi cada buhonero alaba sus agujas cada ollero alaba su ...
by Emanuel Strauss
qui est aussi menteur que moi Sp: cadabuhonero alaba susagujas cadaollero alabasu puchero cadaollero su olla alaba,y más si la trae quebrada demándalo a Muño, que sabe más mentir queyo Port: cada bufarinheiro louva seus alfinetes ...
by Facts On File, Incorporated
Alaba. (Halaba) The Alaba are a subgroup of the Sadama people of southwestern Ethiopia. Alagia. See Alladian. Alago. See Alagoa. Alagoa. (Alago; Arago) The majority of the Alagoa live in Nigeria's central Plateau State. They are related to ...
Dictionarium Britannicum: Or a More Compleat Universal Etymological English Dictionary Than Any Extant. ... Illustrated with Near Five Hundred Cuts, for Giving a Clear Idea of Those Figures, Not So Well Apprehended by Verbal Description. ... The Whole Digested ... Young Students and Foreigners. A Work Useful ... and Write True English (1736)
by Nathan Bailey, Thomas Lediard, Philip Miller, George Gordon
- ALABA' NniCA Rosa [so named os Alolamla in Asixz Minor] a sort os Damask Rose with whitish ...
In Which All The Words are Introduced ... : To Which Is Prefixed, A Comprehensive Grammar ; In Two Volumes by John Ash
ALABA/STER (s, from the Greek anagaroo;) A kind of oft marble, generally white: - AWabaster (adj. from the subs.) Belonging to, or made of alabaster. w ALABASTRA (s. in botany) The green leaves of a plant that encompass the flower .
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- Alaba a Dios - Danny Berrios
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David Alaba is an explosive, attack-minded left-back. David Alaba facts: He can score longshot goals, skillfull goals, free kick goals, penalty goals (actually since ...
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