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Hakha is the capital of Chin State in Burma.
Hakha a.k.a. Hakha Chin language: Hakha Chin, or Pawi, is a language spoken in southern Asia by 446,264 people. The total figure includes 2,000 Zokhua, and 60,100 Lai speakers. The speakers are largely concentrated in Mizoram in eastern India and Burma, with a small number of speakers in Bangladesh.
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Iran Agenda (2016)
The Real Story of U.S. Policy and the Middle East Crisis by Reese Erlich, Robert Scheer
Hakha is a cultlike organization, centered around its leader, Ahura Pirouz Khaleghi Yazdi, with a satellite TV program in Virginia. In the press release, Yazdi said Iranian mullahs must “hand over the government to the people of Iran before or ...
by Lonely Planet
Falling rocks and earth apart, Hakha is a friendly, scruffy place dominated by its many churches. Surrounding the town is some gorgeous, almost ...
by Merriam-Webster, Inc
by Franciscans, St. Michaels, Ariz
The Rio Grande is tqo bil'ade, female river, the Rio San Juan, tqo hakha'6. male river. shash bitqfi. bear spring, Fort Wingate, N. M. tqahdtqel, where the water spreads, Largo, N. M. tqah6tq£l nlfni, Canon Largo. tsld bitq6, glowing coals' spring, ...
by Cora Sylestine, Heather K. Hardy, Timothy Montler
War, hakha (VC) haakhimbakka French mulberry, crow grapes, American beautyberry (Callicarpa americana) ...
A Bantawa Dictionary (2003)
by Werner Winter
ghii+nak+se ghii+nam+se ghwa1jk=ghwarjk had+de had+di+ma ha+di+ma ha+la ha+la=la+man ha+la+ phek-ma hak hak hakha+kap-pa+mu-(a) blockhead stupid blockhead vague utterance; ...
by Cyrus Byington
inchashwa nipi loiter, to; salaha, salahat anya loiterer, salaha loll, to; hahka, hakha loll, to cause to; hahkachi lone, ilap bano lonely, ilap bano lonesome; ashabi, palata lonesome, to render; ashabichi long; aiaka, falaia, hofaloha, hopaki, na, ...
Spoken in British Central Africa by David Clement Ruffelle Scott
pronounced mng'hakha ; Chikunda msatca. III. An ant - eater ; large, with powerful scales one over the other, a heavy scaled tail, an armed continuation of the body ; thick ...
Koasati Dictionary (1994)
by Geoffrey D. Kimball
hakha N raven.
Dictionary of Angels (1967)
by Gustav Davidson
Hakha — in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses an angel of the Seal. Hakham — one of the many names of the angel Metatron.
The derivation of the latter part of the name is still dubious, some boldly identifying it with the Egyptian baki, a city, and others comparing it with the Arabic hakha, “to be thronged.” It is almost certain that the Greek Heliopolis was intended to be ...
A Dictionary, English and Punjabee, Outlines of Grammar, Also Dialogues, English and Punjabee (1849)
by Samuel Cross Starkey
Vernacular, des dee bolee, b,hakha or luvz. Vernal, busunt dee buhar. Versatile, wuttun Wala, Tung bu Tunga. Versed, hikmutee, videeawan uglya. Vertebrae, kumrOr dajor, Sungolee deegundh. Very, buhoota. Vessel (a, ) bhanda, Vurtun.
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The value of this 5-letter word is 15 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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