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Amaua is a village in the southeast of Tutuila Island, American Samoa. It is located on the north shore of Faga'itua Bay between Alega and Faga'itua.
- part of American Samoa
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Negroland; Or, Light Thrown Upon the Dark Continent. The History of African Exploration and Adventure as Given in the Leading Authorities from Herodotus to the Latest Explorers, Including Livingston, Speke, Baker. Stanley, Johnston, & Others (1881)
by Charles H. Jones
A amaua is an extensive country south of Houssa and Bornu, and is under Foulah dominion. It is a large and cultivated valley. It was first visited by Dr. Barth in 1851. A considerable number of islands besides Madagascar belong to Africa, but ...
amaua Dual (serie en A) del pronombre posesivo nuestro (mio y suyo ), ...
by Joseph John Freeman, David Johns
mv n» an- dro amaua ahatongav;ina. Seasoning, s. nv mahitsiaro. Seal, s. fipetrahana, tiketrahana.seza, fitoerana. Seat, v. a. mampipelraka, mametra- ka, mampitoetra. Seaward, ad. umnkany ny ranomasina •Seen nt, *. anaran-tsipikia ...
A Tahitian and English dictionary, with introductory remarks on the Polynesian language, and a short grammar of the Tahitian dialect (1978)
by Jerbert John Davies
Amaua, a. ignorant, unskilful; See *not* 0. Amaura, s.the name of a mountain tree . Amaura, s. an ignoramus; a contemptuous name for one ignorant of the arts among the natives; awkwardness; ignorance. Amea, s. a branch or bough; the ...
by H.J. Davies
Amaua, a. ignorant, unskilful; see maria. Amaura,s.the name ofa mountain tree. Amaura, s. an ignoramus; a contemptuous name for one ignorant of the arts among the natives; awkwardness; ignorance. Amea, s. a branch or bough; the division ...
by John R. McCulloch
Sam AmauA. Cr. . Jan. 1 1 Tostock ~ - - 3,000 o o 11m.
A Technological Dictionary: explaining the terms of the arts, sciences, literature, professions and trades (1846)
by W. M. BUCHANAN
Amaua. A proposition previously assumed.-2. In geometry, a previous proposition demonstrated for the purpose of being employed in the demonstration of some other proposition.
by Abraham Rees
amaua, with undulated ieaves and triquetrous nuts. Culture. All the ten preceding species of anchusa, enumerated by Martyn, may be easily propagated by feeds: fown in the Autumn, upon a bed of light sandy earth ; and in the Spring, when ...
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Scrabble value of A1M3A1U1A1
The value of this 5-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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