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Definition of the noun FULLA

What does FULLA mean as a name of something?

Fulla is a genus of Notonemouridae, described by Navás in 1930.

Fulla is a genus of Nephtheidae, described by Danielssen in 1886.


Fulla is the name of an 11½ inch Barbie-like fashion doll marketed to children of Islamic and Middle-Eastern countries as an alternative to Barbie. Her concept evolved around 1999, and she hit stores in late 2003. Fulla was created by a UAE manufacturer from Dubai called NewBoy FZCO. Fulla is also sold in China, Brazil, North Africa, Egypt, and Indonesia, while a few are sold in the United States. Although there had been many other dolls in the past that were created with a hijab, such as Razanne and Moroccan Barbie, none of them had ever been as popular as Fulla due to launching alongside a marketing campaign aired on the then-popular television channel Spacetoon. Fulla is a role-model to some Muslim people, displaying how many Muslim people would prefer their daughters to dress and behave.

  • occupation: Teacher, physician
  • created by NewBoy


Who is Fulla?

Fulla a.k.a. Fella Ababsa is a Algerian singer, pianist and performer. She's well-known under the name Fella Fulla, or simply Fulla.

  • born on (57 years ago) in Paris
  • profession: Singer


Fulla: In Germanic mythology, Fulla or Volla is a goddess. In Norse mythology, Fulla is described as wearing a golden band and as tending to the ashen box and the footwear owned by the goddess Frigg, and, in addition, Frigg confides in Fulla her secrets. Fulla is attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional sources; the Prose Edda, written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson; and in skaldic poetry. Volla is attested in the "Horse Cure" Merseburg Incantation, recorded anonymously in the 10th century in Old High German, in which she assists in healing the wounded foal of Phol and is referred to as Frigg's sister. Scholars have proposed theories about the implications of the goddess.

Phrases with Fulla

Phrase starting with the word Fulla:

  1. Fulla Areolata

Phrases ending with the word Fulla:

  1. Genus Fulla
  2. Cupido Fulla
  3. Oeneis Fulla
  4. Melitaea Fulla
  5. Mellicta Fulla
  6. Narathura Fulla
  7. Thylacites Fulla
  8. Species Cupido Fulla
  9. Narathura Fulla Fulla
  10. Species Melitaea Fulla
  11. Species Narathura Fulla
  12. Plebejus icarioides fulla
  13. Subspecies Narathura Fulla Fulla

Other phrases containing the word Fulla:

  1. Narathura Fulla Babsi
  2. Narathura Fulla Santa
  3. Narathura Fulla Intaca
  4. Narathura Fulla Prasia
  5. Species Fulla Areolata
  6. Subspecies Narathura Fulla Babsi

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Google previewNorse Goddess Magic (2015)

Trancework, Mythology, and Ritual by Alice Karlsdóttir

Fulla is a good source of advice and help on various enterprises, particularly where cunning and subtlety are involved.

As a repository of various secrets and cosmological gossip, Fulla is a valuable source of wisdom and enlightenment, ...

Google previewSemiotics and Hermeneutics of the Everyday (2015)

by Gregory Paschalidis, Lia Yoka

We read from the Wikipedia: “Fulla is the name of an 111⁄2 inch Barbie-like fashion doll marketed to children of Islamic...

Google previewGirl Culture: An Encyclopedia [2 Volumes] (2007)

An Encyclopedia by Claudia Mitchell, Jacqueline Reid-Walsh

electrical goods, bicycles, breakfast cereals, and even a pink Fulla prayer rug for girls. Advertisements starring a sweetly dancing animated Fulla are shown on Arabic-language satellite television broadcasts. Because Razanne is produced in ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Ancient Deities (2013)

by Charles Russell Coulter, Patricia Turner

Fulla (Norse;Teutonic) Also known as: Abundantia, Abundia, Habone (Danish), Vol,Vola, Volla. Goddess of the toilet of Frigga. Sheis the sister or friend of Frejyaand Frigga«s first and favorite attendant.

Google previewFocaloir Gaoidhilge-Sax-Bhearla Or an Irish-English Dictionary (1768)

FULLA, a Lie, falshood, or unrrutb. gan fhulla, truly, fincerely, certainly. FULLA, a leaping or skipping.

Google previewA Galic and English Dictionary (1780)

Containing All the Words in the Scotch and Irish Dialects of the Celtic, that Could be Collected from the Voice, and Old Books and Mss by William Shaw

Fulla. A leaping, skipping. Fullon. An ornament. Fulpanach. Fulangaiche. Fulla. Articulation, or , joining of things together. Fulra.

Google previewEncyclopedie, eller Fransyskt och Swenskt real- och nominal-lexicon. [With an introduction by S. Lagerbring.] dl. 1. afd. 1, 2 (1777)

by Jacob Johan ANKARSTRÖM (the Elder, and GJORWELL (Carl Christophersson)), afterwards LAGERBRING BRING (Sven), Carl Christophersson GJÖRWELL

Ifland, Grónland, Hedand, Nova Zembla och Scora Tartaríet och alla Norlander fkola vara fulla med Vintráá, Fikonatráá, Granattráá, Mandeltráá, Castaneacráá, merantztrá-á &c. fulla medh stá— religa blommor, 'liljor och roser, sá at Sicilia, ...

Google previewThe Norton/Grove Dictionary of Women Composers (1994)

by Julie Anne Sadie, Rhian Samuel

1953; Fulla per fulla, 4 solo vv, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the old English language, compiled from writings of the 13. 14. and 15. centuries (1867)

by Franz Heinrich Stratmann

fulla, fylla, ...

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Small photo of CZECHOSLOVAKIA - CIRCA 1972: A stamp printed in Czechoslovakia, shows picture "Woman Dressing", by Ludovit Fulla, circa 1972Small photo of CZECHOSLOVAKIA - CIRCA 1972: A stamp printed in Czechoslovakia, shows picture "Woman Dressing", by Ludovit Fulla, circa 1972Small photo of CZECHOSLOVAKIA - CIRCA 1968: post stamp printed in Czech (Ceskoslovensko) shows illustration of Slovak fairy tale ruling knight by Ludovit Fulla; couple on white horse; Scott 1596 A595 80h, circa 1968Small photo of CZECHOSLOVAKIA - CIRCA 1972: A stamp printed by CZECHOSLOVAKIA shows picture Dressing by Slovak painter, graphic artist, illustrator, designer and art teacher Ludovit Fulla, circa 1972Small photo of RUZOMBEROK, SLOVAKIA - JULY 22: Girl looking at Fulla's painting in Gallery of Ludovit Fulla on July 22, 2014 in RuzomberokSmall photo of RUZOMBEROK, SLOVAKIA - JULY 22: Girl looking at Fulla's painting in Gallery of Ludovit Fulla on July 22, 2014 in RuzomberokSmall photo of RUZOMBEROK, SLOVAKIA - JULY 22: Girl looking at Fulla's painting in Gallery of Ludovit Fulla on July 22, 2014 in Ruzomberok More...

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Scrabble value of F4U1L1L1A1

The value of this 5-letter word is 8 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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