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Definition of the noun Juba
What does Juba mean as a name of something?
Juba is a genus of Flatidae, described by Jacobi in Sjöstedt in 1910.
- synonym: genus Juba
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Arthropoda
- class: Insecta
- order: Hemiptera
- family: Flatidae
Juba is the capital and largest city of the Republic of South Sudan. It also serves as the capital of Central Equatoria, one of the ten states of South Sudan. The city is situated on the White Nile and functions as the seat and metropolis of Juba County.
- Juba is the pseudonym of an alleged sniper involved in the Iraqi Insurgency featured in several videos. The second of these videos shows Juba claiming to have shot 37 American soldiers. Whether Juba is a real individual, a role shared among multiple individuals, or a propaganda/media creation is unknown.
- Juba a.k.a. Jussi Tuomola, pen name Juba is a Finnish cartoonist.
- read more about Jussi Tuomola
There are other people with in their name, like Juba Nour, Master Juba, Juba Kalamka, Stephen Juba, Juba Kennerley, Juba I of Numidia, Juba of Mauretania, Titus Desticius Juba and Zayn al-Din al-Juba'i al'Amili.
Juba is a musical group.
- albums: "Juba Collective", "Wave Music Summer '99 Sampler"
- official website: members.shaw.ca/mondomusic/home.html
Juba is a zoo animal.
- zoo: Marwell Wildlife
- Juba is a fictional character from the 2000 film Gladiator.
- Juba is a fictional character from the 1938 film Under the Big Top.
- Juba is a fictional character from the 1997 film Kull the Conqueror.
"Juba" is a composition.
- music by DJ Spooky
"Juba" is a book written by Letta Neely.
- genre: Poetry
- released in (17 years ago)
- award: - Lambda Literary Award for Lesbian Poetry nomination for Letta Neely
Juba was a food that was traditionally eaten by slaves in the United States colonies who worked on plantations. It was made up of a mixture of leftovers and was cooked in a large pot.
Phrases with Juba
Phrases starting with the word Juba:
- Juba Dance
- Juba Rianae
- Juba Seguyi
- Juba Weaver
- Juba's Bush
- Juba Arabica
- Juba Brunnea
- Juba Plagosa
- Juba Reversa
- Juba Skipper
- Juba Africana
- Juba Brunneus
Phrases ending with the word Juba:
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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Juba
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Worrying the Line (2005)
Black Women Writers, Lineage, and Literary Tradition by Cheryl A. Wall
Like the ring shout, juba is a ring dance that symbolizes "community, solidarity, affirmation and catharsis."21 Joseph knows juba as a dance but believes that the term means something more. The narrator notes that Lebert might have referred ...
South Sudan (2013)
by Sophie Lovell-Hoare, Sophie Ibbotson, Max Lovell-Hoare
Juba is an international city. In just a decade it has...
HISTORY Lying close to modern Juba is the historic staging post of Gondkoro, erstwhile capital of Equatoria and the southernmost outpost of Egyptian rule in .|> F19 nr euotenbg | enua) pue ...
Conceptual and Operational Challenges by Brett R. O'Bannon
While Juba is the recognized capital of South Sudan, there are still those in the SPLA who would prefer that Rumbek be made the centre of government. This is due, in part, to the make-up of the SPLA. Until John Garang's death in July 2005, ...
Not Impossible (2015)
The Art and Joy of Doing What Couldn't Be Done by Mick Ebeling
Juba is an island amid an impoverished Third World scene: crowded streets, cars and motorbikes honking like mad at each other, potholes the size of craters everywhere, and, due to the political situation, more Toyota Land Rovers with ...
An Encyclopedia of Geography, History, and Culture by Roman Adrian Cybriwsky
Juba is the capital and largest city of the Republic of South Sudan, a landlocked country in the northeast of Africa that is one of the world's newest independent nations. It was formed on July 9, 2011, with the final break of South Sudan ...
Inside the Minstrel Mask (1996)
Readings in Nineteenth-Century Blackface Minstrelsy by Annemarie Bean, James V. Hatch, Brooks McNamara
But Juba is a musician, as well as a dancer.
African American English (2002)
A Linguistic Introduction by Lisa J. Green
Juba refers to a dance performed by a group of slaves (1790s- 1900), and jive, as it is still used today, refers to cool talk or talk used to put someone on. "From the hood to the amen corner" covers words and phrases that are used in the secular ...
by Mwalimu J. Shujaa, Kenya J. Shujaa
Juba. Other movements that Campbell used were kneedrops, looks, splits, jumps, and “hamboning.” Hamboning creates body percussion sounds with the use of stomping, clapping, patting, slapping, and snapping; these percussive sounds ...
by Dickson Eyoh, Paul Tiyambe Zeleza
Idris Juba became the capital of the British Equatorial Province when the colonial administration decided to move it from Mongalla in 1930. It subsequently developed into a colonial city with offices, schools, military barracks, and ...
Encyclopaedia Perthensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, Etc. : Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)
The remainder fell into the hands of Varus, who would have saved them; but Juba, who claimed the honour of the vićtory, ordered most of them to be put to the sword. This victory infused new vigour into the Pompeian faction, who conferred ...
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Photos about Juba
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South Sudan (August2011)
Photo credit: Flavio Alagia
- Ankommer Juba
Foto: Othmar Okx, Joint Donor Team.
Photo credit: Utenriksdept
- White Nile at Juba
The White Nile flows quickly past Juba, South Sudan.
Photo credit: D-Stanley
- Mini Juba
Photo credit: uira
- Guards Juba
South Sudan / Juba - Construction / women informal sector - chinese business man in Africa /shop owner in Juba
Photo credit: WageIndicator.org - Pictures from Paulien Osse and
- Tong Ping, Juba, South Sudan
A child helps to carry part of her family's non-food items back to where they're staying at the Tong Ping UN base in Juba.
Credit: Anita Kattakuzhy/Oxfam
Photo credit: Oxfam East Africa
- UN House, Juba
Photo: Mackenzie Knowles-Coursin/Oxfam
Photo credit: Oxfam East Africa
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- Juba Meaning
Video shows what Juba means. The capital city of South Sudan.. Juba Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say Juba. Powered by ...
- Juba Meaning
Video shows what juba means. The mane of an animal.. A loose panicle whose axis falls to pieces, as in certain grasses.. Juba Meaning. How to pronounce ...
- One Of Juba's Great Songs .....................
- Cabdiqaadir Juba - Calaf (Lyrics)
Cbdiqaadir juba calaf with lyrics.
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- Cabdiqaadir Juba -Heestii Ayaan
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- Juba international airport, South Sudan
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Scrabble value of J8U1B3A1
The value of this 4-letter word is 13 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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