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Definition of the noun Barasa

What does Barasa mean as a name of something?

Barasa is a genus of Nolidae, described by Walker in 1862.

Phrases with Barasa

Phrases starting with the word Barasa:

  1. Barasa Cana
  2. Barasa Alena
  3. Barasa Alopha
  4. Barasa Bakeri
  5. Barasa Costalis
  6. Barasa Griseola
  7. Barasa Meizotoxa
  8. Barasa Cymatistis
  9. Barasa Unilineata
  10. Barasa Basigerella
  11. Barasa Orthosticha
  12. Barasa Melanograpta
  13. Barasa Triangularis
  14. Barasa Vanbraeckeli
  15. Barasa Acronyctoides
  16. Barasa Caradrinoides
  17. Barasa Nigrosigillata

Phrase ending with the word Barasa:

  1. Genus Barasa

Other phrases containing the word Barasa:

  1. Species Barasa Cana
  2. Species Barasa Alena

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Barasa

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Google previewDefining Moments (2011)

Reflections on Citizenship, Violence, and the 2007 General Elections in Kenya by Kimani Njogu

Simiyu Barasa is a film maker and writer. Gakiha Weru is a journalist with the Nation Media Group. William Oloo is the Chairman of the Kenya Correspondents Association. Gitau Warigi is a columnist with the Nation Media Group. Kimani Njogu ...

Google previewThe National Corporation Reporter (1917)

Barasa is a candidate for the Republican nomination for associate judge of the Municipal Court to fill the vacancy. *"Monday, September 11th, first day of the September term of the County Court of Cook County. “'Wednesday ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the Bedouins (2015)

by Muhammad Suwaed

BARASA UBAIDAT WAR. The Barasa Ubaidat War was a 30-year armed conflict between two rival tribes for the domination and control of northern Cyrenaica, in Libya. The war started in 1860, when the Ubaidat refused to accept the Ottoman ...

Google previewA Nika-English Dictionary (1887)

by Johann Ludwig Krapf, Johannes Rebmann

Barasa, Baraza, v.n., (1) to make the noise "b-r-r-r, ...

Google previewDictionary of the Kiniassa Language (1877)

by John Rebman

barasa (v.a.) to scratch or rake out -fire), or dig out (vegetables), to paddle; (ku barasa koffl, to scratch (in the water) K,th the oar.— baras nr a v.a .) to scratch asunder.— bar ana (v. rec.) to scrape together, to smooth up together (a friendship), ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia of Backward Castes (2004)

by M. L. Mathur

Barasa, Labana, Labhan, Lamame, Mathura, Nayakda (MP) Barchain, Chai, Chain (WB) Barda (KA) Barda, ...

Google previewConcise Pāli-English Dictionary (1957)

by Ambalaṅgoḍa Polvattē Buddhadatta, A. P. Buddhadatta Mahāthera

Barasa, a. twelve. Baranast, /. the city of Benares. — naseyyaka,. a. made in or coming from Benares. Bala, </. young in years; ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Economic Products of India (2014)

by George Watt

in addition, a number of other camphors, less intimately related to India, such as NEROLI CAMPHOR, prepared from the flowers of the bitter orange; BERGAMOT CAMPHOR, BARASA CAMPHOR, Sassnrms CAMPHOR, and ORRIS ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Holocaust (2013)

by Dr Robert Rozett, Dr Shmuel Spector

Barasa knew what was happening to Jews all around Bialystok, ...

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David Barasa

Program assistant, SIDA funded program in the BecA hub Department (Photo credit: ILRI)

Photo credit: International Livestock Research Institute

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Scrabble value of B3A1R1A1S1A1

The value of this 6-letter word is 8 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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