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Definition of the noun SENGA

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Senga is a genus of Ptychobothriidae, described by Dollfus in 1935.

Alternative definition of the noun SENGA


  1. [context: Scotland, pejorative, slang] The female equivalent of "ned". More common in West Central Scotland than other parts of the country.


Senga is a musical group.

  • album: "Riesengartentrampolin"


Senga a.k.a. Nsenga Language: Nsenga, also known as Senga, is a Bantu language of Zambia and Mozambique, occupying an area on the plateau that forms the watershed between the Zambezi and Luangwa river systems.

Phrases with Senga

  1. Senga Alii
  2. Senga Raoi
  3. senga root
  4. Senga Khami
  5. Senga Indica
  6. Senga Nayari
  7. Senga Shindei
  8. Senga Vittati
  9. Senga Besnardi
  10. Senga Chauhani
  11. Senga Gangesii
  12. Senga Striatus
  13. Senga Yamaguti
  14. Senga Armatusae
  15. Senga Bagariusi
  16. Senga Pycnomera
  17. Senga Teleostei
  18. Senga Jagannathae
  19. Senga Taunsaensis
  20. Genus Senga

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Senga

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Google previewHigh-Performance Computing (2012)

by R.J. Allan, M.F. Guest, A.D. Simpson, D.S. Henty, D. Nicole

DNS CODE SENGA SENGA is a three dimensional combustion ...

Google previewLeisure in Urban Africa (2003)

by Tiyambe Zeleza, Cassandra Rachel Veney

Senga is a Kiganda word for paternal aunt. Historically senga particularly in Kiganda culture constituted a key institution of socialization into adulthood and the various marriage responsibilities and expectations (particularly for women).

Google previewDisability Reader (1998)

Social Science Perspectives by Tom Shakespeare

Senga is a 59-year-old woman with MS, which was first diagnosed in 1970.

Google previewZigula-English Dictionary (1906)

senga ku-; dumula kn-;, songola ku ; songela ku- ; kanta ku-; segeta ku-; (at one stroke) dumula kamwenga ; dumula mka- lukamwe ; (to be cut) dumka ku- ; ( down, ...

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Plant Nmaes (1999)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi

bosonge, bossengue, djseng, lisseng, leseng, kombo Central African Republic: angope Congo: senga, nsenga, nseenga, kombo-kombo Gabon: assan, assang, asseng Ghana: agyama, ajama Ivory Coast: amonia, kode, abome, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Africa (2010)

by Anthony Appiah, Henry Louis Gates

Over 700,000 people consider themselves Senga. See also Bantu: Dispersion and Settlement.

Google previewA Geographical Dictionary, representing the present and ancient names of all the countries, provinces, remarkable cities ... of the whole world ... With a short historical account of the same, etc (1693)

See Senga. *Sancle, an ancient City of the Island of Sicily: whose destruction by Anaxilaus, a King of the Rhegenses in Italy, makes it mentioned in History and Antiquity. Ovid expresses the whole Island by its name, in faying; —— Kancle ...

Google previewInternational Encyclopedia of Public Health (2016)

Centers for Disease Control Senga, Mikiko Ebola and Other Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers Seow, Adeline International Dietary Guidelines Seppä, Karri Cancer Survival Sethi, ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of International Organizations in Sub-Saharan Africa (2002)

by Terry M. Mays, Mark W. Delancey

Senga, Mopepe. “ The Annual Reunion of the Club of Dakar in Berlin.” In Development and Cooperation. Berlin: German Foundation for International Development, 1980, pp . 27–28.

Google previewThe Penguin Pocket Dictionary of Babies' Names (2005)

by David Pickering

Senga (f) ...

Google previewNorwegian Dictionary (2015)

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

ei seng senga sengec sengene Nutes un Nntwegian gcammac 2 Must miuns wllh muce than 269. en mann mannen menn mennene en ['ac facen ['edee fedeene en hrnc hcucen hcedee hredeene Sume hace a c.hange uf enwel, hut ~ ec and ...

Google previewDictionary of First Names (1995)

by Iseabail Macleod, Terry Freedman

Senga(f) From Agnes, spelt back to front. Occasionally used in Scotland. Sednag Scottish Gaelic form of Joan. Sednaid Scottish Gaelic form of Janet. Seonaidh see John. Seoirse Irish Gaelic form of George. Sedras Scottish Gaelic form of ...

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Small photo of Mitake Shosenkyo gorges and Senga fall with red autumn leaves in Koufu, Yamanashi, JapanSmall photo of Mitake Shosenkyo gorges and Senga fall with red autumn leaves in Koufu, Yamanashi, JapanSmall photo of SENGA BAY - MALAWI - AUGUST 6, 2015: Unidentified boys offering fish at the beach on August 6, 2015 in the village Senga Bay, MalawiSmall photo of Senga Chiangmaiensis (parasite) under the microscopeSmall photo of Senga Chiangmaiensis (parasite) under the microscopeSmall photo of Senga Chiangmaiensis (parasite) under the microscopeSmall photo of Senga Chiangmaiensis (parasite) under the microscope More...

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Scrabble value of S1E1N1G2A1

The value of this 5-letter word is 6 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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