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Piya

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  1. Piya is a fictional character from the 2008 film U Me Aur Hum.
  2. Piya is a fictional character from the 2009 film Cross Connection.
  3. Piya is a fictional character from the 2005 film Silsiilay.
  4. Piya is a fictional character from the 2001 film Tum Bin.
  5. Piya is a fictional character from the 2009 film Kaash Mere Hote.
  6. Piya is a fictional character from the 2008 film Heroes.
  7. Piya a.k.a. Piyali Roy is a fictional character from the book The Hungry Tide.

Music

"Piya" is a musical album of Fariha Pervez.

Miscellanea

  1. The Piya was a Chinese dictionary compiled by Song Dynasty scholar Lu Dian. He wrote this Erya supplement along with his Erya Xinyi commentary. Although the Piya preface written by his son Lu Zai is dated 1125, the dictionary was written earlier; Liu estimates around the Yuanfeng era.
  2. Piya a.k.a. Piya language: Piya-Kwonci is a minor West Chadic language of Nigeria. The autonym for the people is Ambandi.

Phrases with Piya

  1. Beilschmiedia Piya
  2. Species Beilschmiedia Piya

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Google previewCalifornia Kinship Systems (1917)

by Alfred Louis Kroeber

Piyu in Kawaiisu denotes only the mother who has not lost a child; in the other three Plateau dialects the term pia, pie, piya means mother, without being so limited.

Google previewArapaho Dialects (1917)

by Alfred Louis Kroeber

Piyu in Kawaiisu denotes only the mother who has not lost a child; in the other three Plateau dialects the term pia, pie, piya means mother, without being so limited. Luiseno tu', mother's mother, appears to correspond to Plateau toao'o ...

Google previewThe Iliad; Ed (1888)

With Apparatus Criticus, Prolegomena, Notes, and Appendices by Homer

piya is a regular epithet of the ...

Google previewComposition of California Shellmounds (1917)

by Edward Winslow Gifford

Piyu in Kawaiisu denotes only the mother who has not lost a child; in the other three Plateau dialects the term pia, pie, piya means mother, without being so limited. Luiseno tu', mother's mother, appears to correspond to Platcau togo'o, togo, ...

Google previewThe Italic Dialects (1897)

by Robert Seymour Conway

In judging the gloss of Eusta- thius it is hard to say whether the quite unparalleled form piya is a mark of corruption or genuineness. 1 It seems desirable to give these under a separate heading, but of the glosses given simply as ...

Google previewHistory, Narrative, and Testimony in Amitav Ghosh's Fiction (2012)

by Chitra Sankaran

Piya is a person who actually feels no sense of connection toward India and feels a sort of hostility toward Indian culture, but who does discover this other way of connecting with India. That too is increasingly common. VVhen you look at young ...

Google previewIn Search of Sparrows (2010)

by Denis Summers-Smith

Piya Jinadasa. Piya is a manufacturer of tea handling ...

Google previewDictionary of the Tebele & Shuna Languages (1897)

With Illustrative Sentences and Some Grammatical Notes

around, wind up Piya, v. tr., (1) surround (string). as an army surrounds Pombidza ,\«., ...

Google previewGrammar and Dictionary of the Dakota Language (1851)

Dictionary of the Dakota language. II by Stephen Return Riggs

yuteéa; piya. ren'net, n. tatapo. renounce', ...

Google previewEnglish-Pali Dictionary (1989)

by Ambalaṅgoḍa Polvattē Buddhadatta

piya ; manäpa ; 2. bavhagghanaka.

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Shamanism (2015)

by Graham Harvey, Robert J. Wallis

PIYA. Various similar and related words in diverse Amazonian languages refer to the kind of shamans who have the ability to heal illnesses or commit violence ( predation). In some languages (e.g., that of the Wayapí discussed by Alan ...

Google previewComparative Austronesian Dictionary (1995)

An Introduction to Austronesian Studies by Darrell T. Tryon

KWO Iaeni-a YAM magilaw *WOL amasi *RAG tabe ISN aminya MAG momaij *PAA vati *KAL piya *NGA mora LEW ...

Google previewA Sinhalese-English Dictionary (1892)

by Benjamin Clough

8cs, Piya, 8. father; husband, lord; woman; foot; foot-mark; stanza; birth, being, existence: 0. pleasing, paternal, agreeable, beautiful;

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