Ida

Ida

[ahy-duh]
noun
1.
a mountain in W Turkey, in NW Asia Minor, SE of ancient Troy. 5810 feet (1771 meters). Turkish Kazdağ.
2.
Modern name Mount Psiloriti. the highest mountain in Crete. 8058 feet (2456 meters).
3.
a female given name: from a Germanic word meaning “happy.”
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IDA

International Development Association.

-ida

Zoology.
a suffix of the names of orders and classes: Arachnida.

Origin:
< Neo-Latin, taken as neuter plural of Latin -idēs offspring of < Greek; see -id1

Ida.

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Ida (ˈaɪdə)
 
n
1.  Modern Greek name: Idhi a mountain in central Crete: the highest on the island; in ancient times associated with the worship of Zeus. Height: 2456 m (8057 ft)
2.  Turkish name: Kaz Da?i a mountain in NW Turkey, southeast of the site of ancient Troy. Height: 1767 m (5797 ft)

IDA
 
abbreviation for
International Development Association

Ida.
 
abbreviation for
Idaho

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IDA
  1. International Development Association

  2. Institute for Defense Analyses

Ida.
Idaho
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ida

first recorded king of Bernicia (from 547), soon after the foundation of the kingdom of Bernicia by the Angles in the British Isles. He supposedly built the fortress of Bebbanburh, the modern Bamborough; and after his death his kingdom, which did not extend south of the River Tees, reportedly passed to his sons

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