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Dibba, sometimes spelled Diba or Daba, is a coastal region at the northern tip of the eastern Arabian peninsula on the Gulf of Oman.

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Google previewSouth Indian Buddhist Antiquities (1894)

Including the Stûpas of Bhattiprôln, Gudivâda, and Ghantaśâlâ and Other Ancient Sites in the Krishna District, Madras Presidency; with Notes on Dome Construction; Andhra Numismatics; and Marble Sculpture by Alexander Rea

The Kandepati dibba is a deserted village site, covering about an acre of ground, half-a-mile to the south of the village. The earth is black mud, mixed with fragments of pottery. Copper, lead, and occasionally gold and silver coins are found ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the Gulf Arab States (2007)

by Malcolm C. Peck

DIBBA. Dibba is a major town on the eastern side of the Musandam Peninsula, facing the Gulf of Oman. Its fine natural harbor helped to make it a leading seaport in ancient times. The rejection of Islam in southeastern Arabia after the Prophet ...

Google previewA Galla-English, English-Galla Dictionary (1913)

dibba (adj.), hundred. dibba (v.), anoint, adorn; dab, daub, paint, smear. dibbafa (adj.), hundredth. dibbe («.), drum. dibbi (s.), paint. dibdabba (s.), pad (under a saddle). dibe (s.) ...

Google previewConcise Pāli-English Dictionary (1957)

by Ambalaṅgoḍa Polvattē Buddhadatta, A. P. Buddhadatta Mahāthera

Dibba, a. divine; celestial. — cakkhu, nt. the divine eye. — cakkhuka, a. endowed with the superhuman eye. — vihara, m. the supreme condition of heart. — sampatti, /. heavenly bliss. Dibbati (div + ya), to sport; to amuse oneself, aor. dibbi .

Google previewAn English and Oordoo School Dictionary, in Roman Characters: with the Accentuation of the Oordoo Words Calculated to Facilitate Their Pronunciation by Europeans (1841)

by Joseph T. Thompson

dibba, ...

Google previewA Dictionary Hindustani and English Accompanied by a Reversed Dictionary, English and Hindustani (1858)

by Duncan Forbes

sjù dibba, m. a soldier's cartridge-box. d. jjö ftïî dibbî, f. a cartouche-box, a small " box of any kind. A. [cines, &c). A. bo<3 ijfqjJI dibiyä, f. a small box (for medi- ...

Google previewPali-English Dictionary (1993)

by Thomas William Rhys Davids, William Stede

Dibba (adj.) [Ved. divya = P. divya in verse (q. v.), Gr. £ioc (•tfiFiof), Lat. dius (* divios) = divine. Cp. deva] of the next world, divine, heavenly, celestial, superb, magnificent, fit for exalted beings higher than man (devas, heroes, manes etc.) ...

Google previewA Sinhalese-English Dictionary (1892)

by Benjamin Clough

Dibba, s. a god, a deity.

Google previewA new Hindustani-English dictionary (1879)

by S W. Fallon

A jewel bos ; a betel box (dibba). 6. A round looking glass (shlsha). Chäl ten danma/j, mukh battâ aitâ. [Chaubola. Sät rahi lath, dina yhiihijat kaitä ! E. Play. 7. A juggler's inverted cup under which ho places or transfers the balls from one cup to ...

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