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Definition of the noun dama

What does dama mean as a name of something?


  1. fallow deer


  1. Dama is a fictional character from the 1987 film Macbeth.
  2. Dama is a fictional character from the animated television series Haré+Guu.
  3. Dama is a fictional character from the 2010 film Lost on Journey.
  4. Dama is a fictional character from the 2010 film Donoma.


  1. DAMA is a not-for-profit, vendor-independent, international association of technical and business professionals dedicated to advancing the concepts and practices of information resource management and data resource management.
  2. Dama a.k.a. Mursi Language: Mursi is a Nilo-Saharan Eastern Sudanic language spoken by the Mursi people, in the central Omo region of southwest Ethiopia. It is similar to Suri, spoken in most of the immediately surrounding area.
  3. Dama a.k.a. Daasanach Language: Daasanach is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken by the Daasanach in Ethiopia and Kenya whose homeland is along the Lower Omo River and on the shores of Lake Turkana.
  4. Dama a.k.a. Bendi language: Bendi, AKA Bete-Bendi, is the eponymous member of the Bendi languages of Nigeria. The current number of speakers is unknown.

Phrases with Dama

Phrases starting with the word Dama:

  1. dama dama
  2. Dama Gazelle
  3. Dama-De-Noche

Phrases ending with the word Dama:

  1. Asota Dama
  2. genus dama
  3. Atheta dama
  4. Cancer Dama
  5. Nanger Dama
  6. Thecla Dama
  7. Anthela Dama
  8. Arefbea dama
  9. Bledius Dama
  10. Decinea Dama
  11. Gazella Dama
  12. Maruina Dama
  13. Pentila Dama
  14. Species Dama
  15. Trochus Dama
  16. Arhopala Dama
  17. Blennius Dama

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Dama

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Google previewUnderstanding Creative Business (2016)

Values, Networks and Innovation by Jim Shorthose, Neil Maycroft

Dama is the name they give to an informal gift economy, often made up of strong networks between Malian women that form...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Internet Technologies and Applications (2007)

by Freire, Mario

The proposed address allocation method DAMA is a robust addressing infrastructure for multimedia Interdomain Notes...

DAMA is an easy, ready to run address allocation protocol thatmakes it possible to start multicast streams over the ...

Google previewThe Works of Horace: with English Notes (1880)

For the Use of Schools and Colleges by Horace

Tegam — lotus, similar in meaning to ire emus exterior, in preceding Hdc — Dama is a common name for a slave ; here, for one who had been a plave. 25. Praeroso hamo. Metaphor from a fish, who bites ojf the hook, and thus escapes with ...

Google previewTelecommunication System Engineering (2015)

by Roger L. Freeman

3, DAMA is a two-step process. There was a call-setup stage before the actual call went into operation. In this case, there is phase 1, where short reservation packets are transmitted from the VSAT ...

Google previewThe Works of Horace (1882)

by Horace

Dama is a common name for a slave; here, for one who had been a slave. —25 . Praeroso hamo. Metaphor from a fish, who bites off the hook, and thus escapes with the bait; here meant for the gifts which the sly old iman quietly takes, ...

Google previewCommon Sense about Uncommon Wisdom (2001)

Ancient Teachings of Vedanta by Dhruv S. Kaji

Dama means restraint or control and actually precedes shama in practice.

Google previewResistance to Endoparasites in Small Ruminants

The N'Dama is a Bos taurus, which is unusual in Africa where most cattle are Bos indicus. This is a genotype which probably traces back several thousand years. During that period of time, strictly through natural selection, genetic variation for ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Dairy Sciences (2011)

Guinea N'Dama is a wellknown breed with brown color. It is also found in Mali, ...

Google previewIP Networking over Next-Generation Satellite Systems (2007)

International Workshop, Budapest, July 2007 by Linghang Fan, Haitham Cruickshank, Zhili Sun

DAMA is a classical technique to offer such dynamicity thanks to a distributed mechanism. It offers various types of services to the satellite operator. In spite of these advances, QoS-enabled satellite services still have to be used efficiently for ...

Google previewAncient Egypt (2007)

The Light of the World by Gerald Massey

The Sanskrit Dama is the home; Greek Domos, Latin Domus, Sclavonic Domu, English Dome. Itembe = the dome is the roof in Niamwezi. In Zulu the Tumu is an assemblage. In Maori, the Tamene is a collection of people. Also the Toma is a ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Multimedia Technology and Networking, Second Edition (2008)

by Pagani, Margherita

The proposed address allocation method DAMA is a robust addressing infrastructure for multimedia one-to-many applications...

DAMA is an easy, ready to run address allocation protocol thatmakes it possible to start multicast streams over the ...

Google previewThe Advaita Worldview (2006)

God, World, and Humanity by Anantanand Rambachan

Dama is the control of one's sense organs and organs of action and is an outcome of sama. The relationship between inward (sama) and outward control ( dama) is beautifully considered in one of the famous THE REQUIREMENTS OF ...

Google previewKilometer Null (2011)

politische Transformation und gesellschaftliche Entwicklungen in Rumänien seit 1989 by Thede Kahl, Larisa Schippel

The text ―Grenzübergang‖ written by Hans Dama is an ironical description of such ―events‖. Sucht ergibt vor allem in nominalen Zusammensetzungen interessante Varianten, die häufig, je nach weltanschaulichen Einstellungen des ...

Google previewMason's World Dictionary of Livestock Breeds, Types and Varieties (2002)

by Valerie Porter

/N'Dama Sokoto ...

Google previewA Concise Anglo-Saxon Dictionary (1960)

by John R. Clark Hall, Herbert Dean Meritt

dama. de. Ferrara. El destine aventurero de Cesar eclipsa ligeramente al de Lucrecia, mas clasico. Y sin embargo la vida de la joven aporta constantemente un amable contrapunto a la heroica partitura de la vida del duque de Valen- tinois.

Google previewEncyclopedia on Ad Hoc and Ubiquitous Computing (2010)

Theory and Design of Wireless Ad Hoc, Sensor, and Mesh Networks by Dharma P. Agrawal, Dr. Bin Xie

Directional Antenna Medium Access protocol (DAMA)17 designed to effectively pass the limitations incurred by DMAC and CRM. Directional four-way handshake is considered to take the benefit of increased gain obtained by directional ...

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Scrabble value of D2A1M3A1

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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