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Definition of the noun pacha

What does pacha mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: pachas

  1. a civil or military authority in Turkey or Egypt
    • lexical domain: People - nouns denoting people
    • synonym of pacha: pasha
    • more generic word: authority = persons who exercise (administrative) control over others

Places

  1. Pacha a.k.a. Paja is a village in Garmab Rural District, Chahardangeh District, Sari County, Mazandaran Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 51, in 15 families.
  2. Pacha a.k.a. Pacha, Munich is a Venue, Building in Munich, Germany.
  3. Pacha a.k.a. Pacha Ibiza is a Building, Venue in Ibiza.

Characters

  1. Pacha is a fictional character from the 2012 film Zarafa.
  2. Pacha is a fictional character from the 2000 animation film The Emperor's New Groove.
  3. Pacha is a fictional character from the 2010 film Madrasapattinam.

Film

"Pacha" is a 2011 drama film directed by Hector Ferreiro.

Miscellanea

The pacha was an Incan concept for dividing the different spheres of the cosmos in Incan mythology. There were three different levels of pacha: the hanan pacha or hanaq pacha, ukhu pacha, and kay pacha. The realms are not solely spatial, but were simultaneously spatial and temporal. Although the universe was considered a unified system within Incan cosmology, the division between the worlds was part of the dualism prominent in Incan beliefs. This dualism found that everything which existed had both features of any feature.

  • also known as Uku Pacha, Hanan Pacha

Phrases with Pacha

  1. Hyla pacha
  2. Odostomia Pacha
  3. Hyloscirtus pacha
  4. species Hyla pacha
  5. Species Odostomia Pacha
  6. species Hyloscirtus pacha

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Pacha

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Google previewDon't Shoot! ... I have another story to tell you (2006)

by Elen Ghulam

Pacha is a slowly cooked combination of sheep's head, stomach, feet and a variety of other meats in broth. It might sound disgusting to you to look into a pot and see a whole sheep's head looking back at you, but we Iraqis love all our heart ...

Google previewThe World, the Text, and the Indian (2017)

Global Dimensions of Native American Literature by Scott Richard Lyons

As Fatheuer points out Pachamama is a complex concept: “Pacha is a key concept in Andean culture. It is an ambiguous term that refers to the totality of being. It not only encompasses space and time, but also 'a form of life that overcomes the ...

Google previewIbiza Virgin: A study of the island and its clubbing culture. (2007)

by Jennifer Eric

Pacha: Pacha is an Ibiza original, one of the most established clubs and the first to open as far back as 1973. Large spaces, great layout and structure, every room easily accessible even from the rooftop terrace and equipped with a good ...

Google previewFood and Language (2010)

Proceedings of the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cooking 2009 by Richard Hosking

where the kalla pacha is a separate item. The Greeks seem to have a similar usage to the Iraqis: ...

Google previewSelection of Reports and Papers of the House of Commons (1836)

Foreign trade ; [3]

the government; the pacha is a very intelligent man; at Tunis also they are very intelligent people, and there are a number of Europeans living there ; consuls of most nations, of undoubted respectability. Do you think that vessels coming from ...

Google previewA Santali-English dictionary (1899)

by A. R. Campbell

Pacha. ~) To follow up, prosecute Pacha pacha. J a search, to trace, to track, to put to the proof ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Panjábí Language (1854)

by J. Newton

pacha.it, | s. f. A VtJifTTET panycha.it, J meeting of any particular body or society, (generally as a court. )'a jury, an inquest, a general council. VBTfTfyt pacha, iti, m. A ""fytfVyt panycha.iti, J member of a court, a juryman ; pertaining to a ...

Google previewHaydn's Dictionary of Dates and Universal Information Relating to All Ages and Nations (1876)

by Joseph Haydn

J unc, Economical reforms be u; Fuad Pacha made president of the counci . . . July, The late sultan's jewels sold in London Au" Imperial order of knighthood ( Osmanch) to include civil as well as military persons, founded, Sept. Imperial ...

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Small photo of Mehemed Fuad Pacha, Ottoman statesman and diplomat. Created by Marc after photo of Legray, published on L'Illustration, Journal Universe, Paris, 1858Small photo of Blue historical door of Mahkama du Pacha - Casablanca - Morocco More...

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Scrabble value of P3A1C3H4A1

The value of this 5-letter word is 12 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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