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Kabba is a town in Kogi State in mid west Nigeria. It lies near the Osse River, at the intersection of roads from Lokoja, Okene, Ogidi, Ado-Ekiti, and Egbe. The town is near Abuja.


"Kabba" is a book by Rosmarie Moser.

  • also known as "Kabba: a Nilo-Saharan language of the Central African Republic"


Kabba a.k.a. Kabba Language: Kaba, or Kabba of Goré, is a language of the Sara people in Central African Republic and Chad, with around 100,000 speakers.

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Google previewPeace Education (2016)

International Perspectives by Monisha Bajaj, Maria Hantzopoulos

Zainab Kabba is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Google previewIn the Belly of the Lion (2016)

An Anthology of new Sierra Leonean short Stories by Hallowell, Gbanabom

Karamoh Kabba is a Sierra Leonean writer, politician and activist.

Google previewCampaigning on the upper Nile and Niger (1898)

by Seymour Vandeleur (i. e. Cecil Foster Seymour)

Kabba is a picturesque place among pine woods, and evidently a shadow of what it has been once upon a time. The mud wall plainly shows the former extent of the town, over a mile from one side to the other, but it has been so reduced by ...

Google previewChambers's Journal (1905)

Well, Kabba is a small town situated in the centre of the province bearing its name, which lies between Ilorin and Southern Nigeria, having the right bank of the Niger as its boundary on one side and Lagos territory on the other. It is not on the ...

Google previewThe Old and New Testament connected, in the history of the Jews and neighbouring nations (1848)

by Humphrey Prideaux

Berishith Kabba is an old Rabbinical commentary on the book of Genesis. Judges, Samuel, and Kings, are called the former prophets; and Jews ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of The Gambia (2016)

by David Perfect


Google previewThe International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (2015)

by Orr, James

This doctrine was well known to Jewish writers, and was taught in Talmud and Kabba ̄la ̄h. “All souls were, according to the Talmud, created and kept in secret from the first moment of creation. As creatures of the highest sphere they are ...

Google previewEnglish-Pali Dictionary (1989)

by Ambalaṅgoḍa Polvattē Buddhadatta

kabba ; pajja, nt. pajja- bandha, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of African History (2005)

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The most famous and influential Muslim reformers were Ma Ba, Alfa Molloh Balde , and Fode Kabba Dumbuya, all of whom created new states in the Gambia River area. Many of the conflicts involved nearby areas under French control, and the ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Pathan Tribes on the North-west Frontier of India (1899)

Kabba Khel (140).— A section of the Mamdai, Shingi, Bahlolzai, Mahsuds. Headmen ; Kandhar, Baghdad, Mirza . Kabba Khel. — A section of Ghaibi Khel, Babakri, Sipah (1,200), Afridis. Samil.

Google previewThe Oklahoma Football Encyclopedia (2013)

2nd Edition by Ray Dozier

The Mean Green added a fieldgoal midway through the third period thenOU answered with an 80yard scoring drive cappedby Fletcher's 34yard passto split endAhmed Kabba,but Ferguson missedtheextra point. The Sooners then eruptedfor ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Protestantism (2004)

4-volume set by Hans J. Hillerbrand

Kabba, Muctaru R.A., ed. consultant. Sierra Leonean Heroes: FiftyMen and Women Who Helped to Build Our Nation. 1988 ...

Google previewAmerican Revisions and Additions to the Encyclopaedia Britannica (1892)

Kabba Regga, the present sovereign of Unyoro, bears the official title of " King of Kitwara, " being the direct...

Kabba Regga holds sway, directly or indirectly, over the region inclosed east and north by the middle and lower course of the ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the English Language ... to which are Prefixed an Introductory Dissertation on the Origin, History, and Connection of the Languages of Western Asia and of Europe (1831)

And a Concise Grammar, Philosophical and Practical, of the English Language by Noah Webster

kabba,. to arch, to construct with an arch, and its derivatives, an arch, a round house; Eng. cubby.] 1. A recess, or part of a room, separated by an estrade, or partition of columns, or by other corresponding ornaments; in which is placed a bed of ...

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