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Vanga

Definition of the noun Vanga

What does Vanga mean as a name of something?

Vanga is a genus of Vangidae, described by Vieillot in 1816.

Alternative definition of the noun Vanga

noun

  1. Any of several passerine birds, of the family Vangidae, from Madagascar

Place

Vanga a.k.a. Vånga is a locality situated in Norrköping Municipality, Östergötland County, Sweden with 220 inhabitants in 2010. Vånga lies north of Lake Roxen.

Miscellanea

Vanga a.k.a. Sudest Language: Sudest, also known as Tagula, is an Oceanic language of Papua New Guinea.

Phrases with Vanga

  1. Vanga curvirostris
  2. Voa Vanga
  3. Blue Vanga
  4. genus Vanga
  5. Tylas Vanga
  6. Helmet Vanga
  7. Rufous Vanga
  8. Anamixis vanga
  9. Nuthatch Vanga
  10. Pollen's Vanga
  11. Psychoda Vanga
  12. Setoppia vanga
  13. Bernier's Vanga
  14. Chabert's Vanga
  15. Van Dam's Vanga
  16. Colpochila Vanga
  17. Radamoppia Vanga
  18. Red-Tailed Vanga
  19. Hook-Billed Vanga
  20. Lafresnaye's Vanga

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Google previewThe Rough Guide to Kenya (2010)

by Richard Trillo

Kenya's southernmost settlement, VANGA is the largest coastal town to have been left alone by the tourist industry. There are odd matatus from Likoni and Ukunda, but no lodgings and no formal hotelis, so take supplies. To get here you travel ...

Google previewFodor's 2006 Italy (2005)

by Matthew Lombardi

The Torre Vanga is a 13th-century tower near the Adige River and one of the bridges that crosses it, the Ponte San Lorenzo. You can take a cable car up to the Belvedere di Sardagna, a lookout point 1,200 feet above medieval Trento. The trip ...

Google previewFodor's Italy 2009 (2008)

by Matthew Lombardi

The Torre Vanga is a 13th-century tower near the Adige River and one of the bridges that crosses it, the Ponte San Lorenzo. You can take a cable car up to the Belvedere di Sardagna, a lookout point 1,200 feet above medieval Trento. The trip ...

Google previewFodor's Venice and Northern Italy (2011)

by Fodor's

The Torre Vanga is a 13th-century tower near the Adige River and one of the bridges that crosses it, the Ponte San Lorenzo. You can take the Funivia Trento– Sardagna cable car up to the Belvedere di Sardagna , a lookout point 1,200 feet ...

Google previewMake The Most Of Your Time On Earth 3 (2016)

by Rough Guides

Spotting a helmet vanga is a once-in-alifetime prize for ornithologists, who make the intrepid journey across the choppy waters of Antongil ...

Google previewDictionary and Grammar of the Kongo Language: English-Kongo dictionary. Kongo-English dictionary. Grammar (1887)

Vanga, v.t., to make, do, act, perform execute, construct, prepare, cause, form, ...

Google previewInternational Wildlife Encyclopedia: Tree squirrel - water spider (2002)

by Maurice Burton, Robert Burton

The sickle-billed vanga sometimes utters a range of groans, cries and laughlike sounds. Its local name is voronzaza, or "bird...

Google previewDictionary and Grammar of the Kongo Language (1887)

As Spoken at San Salvador, the Ancient Capital of the Old Kongo Empire, West Africa by William Holman Bentley

Vanga, v.t., to make, do, act, perform execute, construct, prepare, cause, form, ...

Google previewA Nika-English Dictionary (1887)

by Johann Ludwig Krapf, Johannes Rebmann

Kunde za Kitaita, sikinialua kuehu, ni ku vanga, sikalonda ku hambala dza mikunde ya kuehu, be ka-si-henda muno. Vangula, v.a. ( = Dzansula). Ku vangula pfuiho. Vangurika, v.n. Lufuiho hilu luka vangurika to, or, luka vangulua to. Vangurira ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Ancient India (2008)

by Kumkum Roy

VANGA. Name assigned in Sanskrit texts to a region in eastern India, possibly part of present-day Bangladesh ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Bangladesh (2003)

by Craig Baxter, Syedur Rahman

-V- VANGA. The name used in ancient Hindu literature for central and southern Bengal. Vanga is mentioned in Sanskrit literature but there is no specific mention in the Mahabharata. It provided the name for all of Bengal. The Sanskrit "v" is ...

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Video shows what vanga means. Any of several passerine birds, of the family Vangidae, from Madagascar. vanga pronunciation. How to pronounce, definition ...

Scrabble value of V4A1N1G2A1

The value of this 5-letter word is 9 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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