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Numerology information Maba:
Name Number: 8 Meaning: Outer, Body, Physical, Ambition, Power, Progress, Career, Success, Respect, Fame, Means, Karma
Definition funny of Maba:
A word used to describe the male genital. Another word for testicles. Usually used when referring to some one that does something ballsy.
Did you see what that guy did? He must have huge mabas!!!
Songs about Maba:
Agya M'aba ( Lord, I've Come ) by Joe Esmond Yeboah Jr from the Album All Is Well [Explicit]
Awurade Maba by Precious Hannah from the Album Awurade Maba
EyE Odikro Na M'aba Wo Flee by Naa Botele, Naa Tawia, Naa Akwete, Nii Adokwei Nungua Adowafoi from the Album Music of the Ga People of Ghana: Adowa, Vol. 1
Mab'a Edaa by 4 Cats from the Album The Layl Nhar
MaBa by Baramuda & Martin Dhamen from the Album Ibiza Closing Series By Adsr
MaBa by Baramuda & Martin Dhamen from the Album Twisted At ADE 2013
MaBa by Baramuda & Martin Dhamen from the Album Amsterdam Night Grooves, Vol. 2
Books about Maba:
In Search of Maba: A 19th Century Epic from Senegambia, West Africa by Ginette Ba-Curry (Aug 15, 2011)
maba ero tegnapok (yesterdays leading to our days) by dr jozef nemet (2000)
Maba-group lexicon (Sprache und Oralitat in Afrika) by John T Edgar (1991)
21st Century FEMA Study Course: National Incident Management System (NIMS) Intrastate Mutual Aid (IS-706) - Emergency... by Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and U.S. Government (Jul 11, 2011)
Le Bura-Mabang du Ouadaï - notes pour servir à l'étude de la langue Maba by Georges Trenga (1947)
Sammlung und Bearbeitung Central-Afrikanischer Vokabularien Volume 2 ; Einleitung, Kap. 7-12, Analyse der Fulfúlde... by Heinrich Barth (Mar 6, 2012)
The Lives of Maba^' Se?Yo^N and Gabra Kre?Sto^S. The Ethiopic Texts Ed. With an English Translation and a Chapter... by Budge E. A. Wallis (Ernest Alfred W ed (Jan 28, 2013)
Wiki information Maba:
Maba is a town in North Maluku, Indonesia. It is the capital of the East Halmahera Regency. Buli, formerly Boeli, is a village in Maba district. Most of the people in Buli are Christian and about a third of the population is Muslim.
Maba is a Maban language language of Chad, where it is a local trade language. There are several dialects.