Adai

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Adai Expression, Adai Soul Urge, Adai Inner Dream

numerology

Numerology information Adai:

numerologyName Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice

songs

Songs about Adai:

songsAdai by Ulytau from the Album Two Warriors

songsAdai by Ulytau from the Album Jumyr-Kylysh

songsAdai Kulaindu by Rajkumar Bharathi from the Album Bharathiyar Songs

songsAdai Na Umu Olu Nua Nu by Otu Neat Egwu Amala Group from the Album 51 Lex Presents Ogeu Olisa Esika

songsAdai Na Umu Olu Nua Nu by Otu Neat Egwu Amala Group from the Album The Best of Ogbaru Cultural Tunes

songsA Bhean Adai Thall by Griogair Labhruidh and Doimnic Mac Giolla Bhride from the Album Guailibh A' Cheile

books

Books about Adai:

booksAi Adai Guali'ek Everywhere: A Rhyming Story about Island Geckos by Gerard V Aflague, Mary C Aflague and Claire N Aflague (Jul 12, 2014)

booksAlondo's Justice (The Adai Chronicles Book 1) by J. Lemert Whitmer, Paulette Whitmer, Russell H. Whitmer and Julia Anne Gilstrap (Jun 30, 2012)

booksADAI ISKOLÁK TÖRTÉNETE 1703-1973 .|AZ by István Tóth (1973)

booksADAI CSEH KÁROLY ÁLTALÁNOS ISKOLA 35 ÉVE.|AZ by István Tóth (1979)

booksADAI ÓVODÁK SZÁZ ÉVE 1876-1976.|AZ by Lajos and István Tóth Lakatos (1976)

booksAdai: Riwayah (Arabic Edition) by Mamduh Adwan (2000)

booksTHE ADAI-KHOKH GROUP, CENTRAL CAUCASUS (Pamphlet) by Harold Raeburn (1915)

wiki

Wiki information Adai:

Adai
Human Language

Adai is the name of a Native American people of northwestern Louisiana and northeastern Texas with a Southeastern culture. The name Adai is derived from the Caddo word hadai meaning 'brushwood'. The Adai were among the first peoples in North America...

Adai language
Human Language

Adai is an extinct language that was spoken in northwestern Louisiana. It is very poorly documented, being known only from a list of 275 words from 1804, so classification is probably impossible. It was once proposed that there may be a connection...