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Definition of the noun MADA

What does MADA mean as a name of something?

Mada is a genus of Buccinidae, described by Jeffreys in 1867.

Mada is a genus of Coccinellidae, described by Mulsant in 1850.


Who is Mada?

Mada is an actor.

  • also known as Mada Venkateswara Rao
  • profession: Actor
  • read more about Mada (actor)


  1. Mada is a fictional character from the 2012 film Ball Pen.
  2. Mada a.k.a. Madá is a fictional character from the 2003 film God Is Brazilian.
  3. Mada is a fictional film character.

There are other characters with in their name, like Ponthan Mada.


  1. Mada is a term from both Hindu theology and Hindu mythology.
  2. Mada is a Buddhist term translated as "self-satisfaction", "self-infatuation", or "mental inflation". It is identified as one of the twenty subsidiary unwholesome mental factors within the Mahayana Abhidharma teachings. In this context, it is defined as having excessive pride or vanity based on attachment to ones own good fortune, such as possessing youth, good health, or material wealth.
  3. Mada a.k.a. adenosine monophosphate deaminase 1 (isoform M) is a gene.
    • also known as Adenosine monophosphate deaminase-1 (muscle), OTTHUMP00000059283

Phrases with Mada

Phrase starting with the word Mada:

  1. Mada Fraterna

Phrases ending with the word Mada:

  1. Genus Mada
  2. Myolepta Mada
  3. Gymnophaps mada
  4. Prioniturus mada
  5. Gymnophaps mada mada
  6. Species Myolepta Mada
  7. species Gymnophaps mada
  8. species Prioniturus mada
  9. subspecies Gymnophaps mada mada

Other phrases containing the word Mada:

  1. Species Mada Fraterna
  2. Gymnophaps mada stalkeri
  3. Subspecies Gymnophaps Mada Stalkeri

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Mada

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Google previewBali: The Ultimate Guide to the World's Most Famous Tropical (2013)

To the World's Most Spectacular Tropical Island by Tim Hannigan, Linda Turnbull

Gajah Mada is the main street, running east–west. Its name changes to ...

Google previewHandbook of Natural Language Processing and Machine Translation (2011)

DARPA Global Autonomous Language Exploitation by Joseph Olive, Caitlin Christianson, John McCary

MADA is an off-the-shelf resource for Arabic disambiguation (Habash and Rambow 2005), which selects among BAMA analyses using a combination of classifiers trained on the Penn Arabic Treebank (Maamouri and Bies 2004). For BAMA ...

Google previewNation Dance (2001)

Religion, Identity, and Cultural Difference in the Caribbean by Patrick Taylor

The archetypal Mada is the charismatic healer, whose touch restores what other powers destroy. Most parsons and bishops are male (see Austin-Broos 1997), as are most practitioners of the destructive power of obya, but most healers are ...

Google previewThe Yogācāra Idealism (1987)

by Ashok Kumar Chatterjee

Mada is a kind of delight mind takes in these, because of which it loses its power of judgment. This gives rise to all the klesas and upaklesas. (j) Vibimta is causing harm to beings by death, bondage, injury, menace etc., because of which they ...

Google previewNatural Language Processing and Cognitive Science (2015)

Proceedings 2014 by Bernadette Sharp, Rodolfo Delmonte

MADA is an open source morphological analysis toolkit, created by Habash et al. [10]. It takes the current word context into consideration, as it examines all possible analyses for each word, and selects the analysis that matches the current ...

Google previewDesert Biology (2013)

Special Topics on the Physical and Biological Aspects of Arid Regions by G. W. Brown

The valley is called Mada'in Salih—the “City of Salih”—and it lies on an ancient caravan route 500 miles north of Jiddah deep in the region called the Hijaz. Around it are other valleys dotted with high spines of eroded sandstone marching off ...

Google previewMaverick Guide to Bali (1992)

Jalan Gajah Mada is the main street where the banks, Tourist Information Office, and the main market are situated. Some government services, such as the G.P.O. and immigration, are at the Civic Center at Renon, on the southeastern side of ...

Google previewPrehistoric Mammals of Australia and New Guinea (2002)

One Hundred Million Years of Evolution by John A. Long

GENERAL Mada is a Dieri Aboriginal word meaning 'new';. The species was named after Charles De Vis of the Queensland Museum. Madakoala devisi is known from all upper and lower cheekteeth. Woodburne et al. (1987a) concluded that ...

Google previewWorld of Baby Names, A (Revised) (2003)

by Teresa Norman

Mada is the Gaelic form. (MAUD, MOD) MAURA Of Celtic origin, perhaps derived from mohr (great). Alternatively, Maura is a feminine form of the Latin maurus ( dark-skinned), which is derived from the Greek mauritius (of Moorish lineage).

Google previewEncyclopedia of Ancient Deities (2013)

by Charles Russell Coulter, Patricia Turner

Mada (Hindu; India) Mada is the demonic monster god of drunkenness or intoxication. Mada is also the god of liquor, women, dice, and hunting. In the Mahabharata, it is written that the Asvin twins reju— venated the aged and wealthy sage ...

Google previewPurchas His Pilgrimes (1625)

At two leagues from it,and seuen from Graon mada is the great fierie mouth of Mombacho, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Modern English Usage (1994)

by Henry Watson Fowler

madame, mAdA'm mademoiselle, ...

Google previewDictionary of Jamaican English (2002)

by Frederic Gomes Cassidy, Robert Brock Le Page

DeC StAnd /mada/ or /mada lim one of the main limbs branching out from the lowest main crotch of the tree. Normally there are two of these. (A tree- pruning term.) /mada branch, a sound and useful branch coming from one of the mother ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Hiberno-English (2006)

The Irish Use of English by Terence Patrick Dolan

madra /'madra/ also mada /'mada/ n., a dog < Ir. ' Madra ...

Google previewA Sinhalese-English Dictionary (1892)

by Benjamin Clough

Mada, s. (8$ to be pleased etc.) joy, pleasure, delight; juice that flows from an elephant's temples when in rut; spirituous or vinous liquor; inebriety, intoxication; pride, arrogance; insainity, madness; semen virile; passion, desire: name of Kama, ...

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Small photo of JAR MADA, ADDIS ABEBA - JAN 18: Ethiopian Orthodox celebration of Epiphany. It is celebrated on January 19 each year during the Timkat Festival. January 18, 2012 in Jar Mada, Addis Ababa, EthiopiaSmall photo of JAR MADA, ADDIS ABEBA - JAN 18: Ethiopian Orthodox celebration of Epiphany. It is celebrated on January 19 each year during the Timkat Festival. January 18, 2012 in Jar Mada, Addis Ababa, EthiopiaSmall photo of Waterfall Mada kari pu ra location East JavaSmall photo of Waterfall Mada kari pura location East JavaSmall photo of MaDa forest in Viet NamSmall photo of Mada forest in Viet NamSmall photo of Sunset sky at Gadjah Mada Mosque Tower, and Lembah River, Yogyakarta More...

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Scrabble value of M3A1D2A1

The value of this 4-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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