annenin babası

Beypazari ağzindan sözcükler. 2010.

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  • ABABA — Maximini senioris, Romani Imperatoris mater, gente Alana; hunc ex marito Gotho, in Thracia, peperit, Iul. Capitolin. Victor. Ita vero Capitolin. in Maximmis: Et patri quidem nomen Micea, matri Ababa fuisse dicitur. Quae nomina barbara aliter… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • ababa — (deriv. regres. de «ababol») f. *Amapola. ≃ Ababol. * * * ababa. (Der. regres. de ababol). f. amapola. * * * altababa o ababol/alt ► femenino masculino respectivamente Amapola …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • ababa — (Der. regres. de ababol). f. amapola …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • Ababa — Ababdehs Ababdehs Un bédouin Ababda Populations significatives par régions …   Wikipédia en Français

  • ababa — sustantivo femenino amapola, ababol …   Diccionario de sinónimos y antónimos

  • Addis Ababa — Not to be confused with Addis Abebe. Addis Ababa አዲስ አበባ Montage of Addis Ababa Nickname(s): City of Humans[?], Adisaba, Sheger, Finfinne, Adu, Adu …   Wikipedia

  • History of Addis Ababa — Addis Ababa was founded by the Ethiopian emperor Menelik II. However, ethnic Oromo Ethiopians had lived on the land before the foundation of Addis Ababa, in a small settlement known under the Oromo name Finfinne . Other parts were called Fil wiha …   Wikipedia

  • Addis Ababa — /ahd dis ah beuh bah /; Eng. /ad is ab euh beuh/ a city in and the capital of Ethiopia, in the central part. 1,161,267. * * * Capital and largest city (pop., 1994: 2,112,737) of Ethiopia. It lies on a plateau in the country s geographic centre at …   Universalium

  • Addis Ababa University — Infobox University name = Addis Ababa University type = established = 1950 city = Addis Ababa country = Ethiopia president = Andreas Esheté website = http://www.aau.edu.et/Addis Ababa University is a university in Ethiopia. It was originally… …   Wikipedia

  • Addis Ababa Stadium — is a multi use stadium in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. It is used mostly for football matches and it also has athletics facilities. The stadium has a capacity of 35,000 people.Named after the capital city of Ethiopia, Addis Ababa Stadium was… …   Wikipedia

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