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ba

[bah]
noun Egyptian Religion.
an aspect of the soul, represented as a human-headed bird.

Origin:
vocalization of Egyptian

[bah]
noun
the second letter of the Arabic alphabet.
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ba
 
the internet domain name for
Bosnia-Herzegovina

Ba1 (bɑː)
 
n
Egyptian myth the soul, represented as a bird with a human head

Ba2
 
the chemical symbol for
barium

BA
 
abbreviation for
1.  Bachelor of Arts
2.  British Academy
3.  British Airways
4.  British Association (for the Advancement of Science)
5.  British Association screw thread

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Medical Dictionary

Ba
The symbol for the element barium.

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Science Dictionary
Ba  
The symbol for barium.
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Slang Dictionary

BA definition


  1. n.
    bare ass; the naked buttocks. (See also hang a BA (at (so) ).) : The guy was running around with his BA showing.
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Abbreviations & Acronyms
ba
Bashkir
Ba
  1. barium

  2. Baruch

BA
  1. Bachelor of Arts

  2. bare ass

  3. batting average

  4. Boeing Co.

  5. British Academy

  6. budget authority

BAS
  1. Bachelor of Agricultural Science

  2. Bachelor of Applied Science

  3. block acquisition sequence

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