Definition funny of Abada:

urbanInvented by a group of potheads in the suburbs of upstate NEW YORK, the word encapsulates the entire phrase 'I need a cigarette' or 'Give me a cigarette' Not to be used in all situations, only when a cigarette is needed to the point where it is easier to blurt out something as nonsensical as abada than it is to politely ask someone for a cigarette.

urban"weve been in the car with your parents for 5 hours Johnny, Abada!"


Songs about Abada:

songsAbada by Takana Zion from the Album Kakilambe

songsAbada Bnu Tabib by Said Al Kamali from the Album Explication des poèmes, vol. 1 (Quran)

songsAbada Capoeira [Explicit] by Black Noise from the Album Circles of Fire [Explicit]

songsAbadia / Abadá by É o Bicho from the Album É Show

songsAbaseveni Abada by Hugh Tracey from the Album Musical Instruments Strings, Vol. 1 (Music of Africa Series 27)

songsAkhpal Kor Abada Woma Za by Bangi Saba Naz from the Album Gattam Dollar

songsAnta Woura Abada by Salle Diarra from the Album Dounaya


Books about Abada:

booksImprimeurs & Libraires Parisiens Du XVI Siecle. Tome Premier. Abada - Avril by Philippe Renouard (1964)

booksAbada by Atin Bandyopadhyay (1987)

booksAbad'a De Tintern (Foreign Language Guides) by David M. Robinson (Jun 1997)

books**REPRINT** Libro de regla o Cartulario de la antigua abada de Santillana del mar, publicado por Eduardo Jusu by Santillana. Spain. Iglesia Colegial ***NOTE: THIS IS A "PRINT ON DEMAND" VERSION FROM THE ORIGINAL BOOK*** (1912)

booksLibro de regla, o, Cartulario de la antiqua abada de Santillana del Mar [FACSIMILE] by Eduardo Jusu (1912)

booksLibro de regla o Cartulario de la antigua abada de Santillana del mar, publicado por Eduardo Jusu [FACSIMILE] by Madrid. Centro de estudios histricos (1912)

booksHalabjah: Kayfa abada al-nizam al-Bathi muwatinih al-Akrad bi-al-ghazat al-sammah (Arabic Edition) by Zafarul-Islam Khan (1991)


Wiki information Abada:

Literature Subject

Äbädä is an innocent forest spirit in Tatar mythology. It looks like an old woman. Äbädä also is represented in mythologies of Siberian peoples. Äbädä is a demon or spirit. He is a Turkic forest being, similar in nature to the İyes. He protects the...


In the Kongo language, Abada refers to a mythical animal similar to a unicorn. The abada, however has two crooked horns as opposed to a unicorn's single one. The abada's horns can act as an antidote to poison. It has been described as being the size...