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  1. Kumma is an archaeological site in Sudan. Built in the mid-Twelfth Dynasty, it served as a fortress of ancient Egypt in Nubia. Along with Semna, Kumma was built by Sesostris III. The forts protected the border between ancient Egypt and the southern areas. Kumma is situated about 365 kilometres south of Aswan, and 35 kilometres southwest of the second cataract of the Nile on the eastern bank. Semna is located on the other side. Both locations are flooded today because of the Aswan High Dam on Lake Nubia.
  2. Kumma is a village in Kehtna Parish, Rapla County in northern-central Estonia.


Kumma is a musical group.

  • album: "Puuttuva punainen lanka"
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Google previewMaverick Guide to Oman (1999)

by Peter J. Ochs, II, Peter J. Ochs

The kumma is an embroidered flat-topped brim- less cap that is almost cylindrical in shape. It is almost always ornate with bright floral and geometric stitched patterns. In fact, no two kummas look alike. Handmade kummas can take up to a ...


by C. A. Roe and W. E. Purser

Kumma means a tortoise. The insect is round-backed like a tortoise ; hence the name. It seems a sort of ladybird. M&ld or ukherd is an insect that attacks the roots (hence the name) of tobacco in Visakh and Jeth, of cotton and pepper in Asu ...

Google previewGazetteer of the Montgomery District (1900)

Kumma means a tortoise. The insect is round-backed like a tortoise ; hence the name. It seems a sort of lady-bird. Mula or ukhera is an insect ...

Google previewThe Coral missionary magazine (1878)


Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Ancient Egyptian Warfare (2003)

by Robert Morkot

KUMMA. Small fortress at the head of the Second Cataract, ...

Google previewA Biographical Dictionary of Ancient Egypt (2002)

by Anthony E. David

' L runaru Stmrm Kumma $10 ' "mu W28,“ WAWAT [LOWER NUBIA) . u Scwhm In! ( uruhlr 3"" [null- u Kern ...

Google previewEnglish-Pali Dictionary (1989)

by Ambalaṅgoḍa Polvattē Buddhadatta

kumma ; manthara ; kacchapa, m. °shell, n. kaccha- pakapäla, то. Tortuous, a. kutila ; vañka ; jimba. °ly, adv. jimhäkärena. Torture, n. käranä ; yätanä, /. vadha, m. v.t. 1. accantar) pïleti ; käranä käreti ; 2. väkyattharj viparivatteti; ...

Google previewNorwegian Dictionary (2015)

Norwegian-English, English-Norwegian by Forlang A.S. Cappelens

tjueen ác tu kumma en kiln Nutes nn Nntwegian gcammac ORD[NALS Annen/annet/nndce Andee and annen/annet ace 28li. ]li ti tiende (( ellece elleste (2 tuls tulste (3 ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Ancient Egypt (2008)

by Morris L. Bierbrier

See also ANIBA; BUHEN; KUMMA; MIRGISSA; SEMN A; SHALFAK; URONARTI. ASSYRIA. A kingdom situated in northern Iraq that was renowned for its warring capabilities. Assyria benefited from the destruction of Mitanni and the Hittite ...

Google previewConcise Pāli-English Dictionary (1957)

by Ambalaṅgoḍa Polvattē Buddhadatta, A. P. Buddhadatta Mahāthera

Kumma, m. tortoise. Kummagga, m. wrong path. Kummasa, m. junket. Kura, nt. boiled rice. Kurandaka, m. a flower ...

Google previewA Sinhalese-English Dictionary (1892)

by Benjamin Clough

sida » hoff, (order Pr'can'œ зайдёт, Kumma'm'yé, в. black kind of beetle with an extremely hard snout, by which it perforates wood as if bored with an instrument; ...

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