What does lee ma tha mean in Arabic?
Translation: Lemadha (لماذا) = Why
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Its Scottish Gaelic or GÃ idhlig. It means "You are beautiful" (or pretty, or handsome depending on the context it is used).. cheers bigears,. bairnsangs
I believe he is Chinese. No I am sure he is Korean. Well Yo Yo Ma was born Paris,France, but his mom and dad were born in japan or China
Hi, if you've never been involved in tourism or hotels positions, front desk means the area where you have to "check in" or "check out" in a hotel. This area is always next to the lobby. When you get into a hotel, you will see the lobby (usually many persons sit taking a drink, getting tours informa…tion, just waiting for departure time or people who has arrived). In any part around the lobby, you'll see probably some people on a line waiting to "check in", that space is called front desk and all persons inside front desk are the front desk staff. They have to fill up a registry with the visitors informations, then give them general information, the room key and.... "Next" hoho.. If you are a spanish speaker front desk means "Recepcion", and front desk staff "Recepcionistas o personal de recepciÃ³n". English speakers don't call them reception or recepcionist because these two apply for offices, medical institutions, etc where there is a person giving some information about the place. That's the difference, in psanish we call reception or receptionist to all of them, no matter if it's a hotel or a hospital.. I expect this helps, greetings... (MORE)
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Fina means fine in spanish. Mas Fina = Literally means more fine. In spanish they dont use ER to describe better. Longer would be mas largo
Muslim ( moslem)
Arabic is a language . It is a language used in Arabic countries of the Middle East and parts of Africa also. \n. dictionary.com definitions: "A Semitic language that developed out of the language of the Arabians of the time of Muhammad, now spoken in countries of the Middle East and North Africa…". (MORE)
Lee means the sheltered side. In the lee of the stone would mean the side of the stone untouched or sheltered from wind, rein or anything really. in the lee of anything just means the sheltered side of that particular thing.
The letters 'MA' refer to Master of Arts . It's an advanced, graduate program degree in the United States of America. It may take one or two years to complete all of the requirements. There may be exam, internship and thesis requirements above and beyond the course requirements. It's the degree tha…t's intermediate between the undergraduate degree and the doctorate at many American universities. (MORE)
Answer 1 It means you can speak the Arabic language fluently and you should be from an Arab country (either in the Middle East or North Africa) but it doesn't mean that you should be Muslim, even though a majority of Arabs are. Answer 2 People aren't Arabic. People are Arabs. To be Arab usual…ly means at least one of three things. 1) You are from a country whose official/national language is Arabic. 2) You speak Arabic, nominally as a mother tongue or a heritage language 3) You are ethnically Arab, i.e. your parents or other blood-relatives are of Arab origins. You don't have to speak it fluently. You're not morally obligated (Ã la "should") to come from an Arab country. And the question didn't ask what it doesn't mean to be Arab. If you think all Arabs are Muslim or that all Muslims are Arab, you're ignorant. Open up a book. Or go to Wikipedia if you're cheap. Answer 3 The question does not clarify how it should be understood, i.e. is it referring to the "dictionary definition of Arab" which the above answers discuss or is it referring to the sentiment that Arabs feel about their identity. If it is the latter, the answer is that being Arab creates a sense of a long history with ageless glory and modern humiliation. Being Arab comes with much pride as most Arabs consider themselves to be the heirs of the Golden Age of the Abbassid Caliphate and its culture. Arabs celebrate their poetry, their foods, and their nationalities. Arabs are also quite vocal when it comes to politics and societal values and are unabashed about those opinions. Arabs are also well known for their hospitality and good-will to travelers and strangers. (MORE)
it is a greek organ on ya and they just added another ya which made it yaya!! so that's your answer!! im a 12 yr old straight [A] student which i call my friend yaya and her name is soraya...so i looked it up and that is your answer!
The name Teresa means Harvester . It has American, Australian, Celtic, Chinese, Danish, English, French, German, Greek, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Portuguese, Spanish, and Swiss origins and to be lady like and so senful its hard to say but this name isn't known because of its stress
It basically means. "dance!", both in words and in music... KelefaSanneh explains it well in the July 6, 2009 online edition of TheNew Yorker: newyorker.com/talk/2009/07/06/090706ta_talk_sanneh It is a rhythm that the Cameroonians use while dancing. It doesn'treally mean anything. It's closer to an…ything that is said to keepin sequence with other people. "left right left right" etc. Mostlikely you heard this at the end of the Michael Jackson song,"Wanna be startin' something". But prior to that, Cameroonianmusician Manu Dibango, used that in his 1972 single "Soul Makossa" Makossa is the name of a Cameroonian dance. Jazz artist ManuDibango ad libbed the word and put it to music on a B side singlereleased in 1972, "Soul Makossa". Michael Jackson and later Rihannasampled it for their own works decades later (without crediting theoriginal work, in each case). The lyrics "Ma-ma-sa-mama-sa-ma-ma-coo-sa" are found in MichaelJackson's "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'" and Rihanna's "Please Don'tStop the Music" also featured the same lyrics. The lyrics arethought not to have any particular meaning. (MORE)
It is an annual production containing a calender for the coming year, the times of events, sunrises and sunsets. Phases of the moon and tides, astromonical and meterogical information, the future position of celestial objects
The literal translation means "till when you..." but if used in a dialogue by it self it would mean that it has taken a lot of time and I wonder when is it going to end.
To the best of my knowledge, there is no Spiritual Science Center in MA. Most of the Spiritual Science Centers are around the Washington, DC area. There is a correspondence school that is based upon the curriculum of the National Spiritual Science Center. It was called Silent Light Spiritual Science… Center but has been renamed the Maryland Spiritual Science Center. I guess it is the next best thing........ Hope this helps (MORE)
Susan is the English form of Susanna, the Greek form of the Hebrew name Shoshanna. Shoshanna means "lily."
There means in that place. "Your shoes are over there beside the door."On the other hand their means belonging to them. "Tell Mary and Bob that their shoes are over there by the door."
It means : Hello, How Are You? Meaning: How are you feeling? What you up to? I think that's what you mean anyway.... Im confused by that question....
its now well written, im not sure if you mean, "quien te besa mas?" which is, "who kisses you more?" or: "who kisses you more than i do?" which would turn out being like: "quien te besa mas que yo?"
It means 'more green', though without the context of the words, one couldn't really tell you what they mean by saying that.
The exact translation is "that but even". However, this probably won't help you. Might I consider traveling to CA. I've done it before and alot of people there speak spanish and could help you right away!! Good Luck!
Beautiful Anne. As Anne also means Grace, it can be defined Beautiful Grace as well. Annabella was a popular French actress from the 30"s to maybe the 50"s, she died in l996 at age 89.
I tkink it means white. white rabbit Yes, as the person above has mentioned 'ma' is the colour white. However, in this context the 'ma' is being used to make tamariki ma - children, while nga tamariki - the children. I am not sure if this will make sense so I have included an example below: Haere …mai ki te whaariki 'tamariki ma' - come to the mat 'children' I am looking forward to meeting all the staff, families and 'nga tamariki' - the children (MORE)
"ma gra ma vurneen" looks like an anglicisation of "mo ghrÃ¡, mo mhuirnÃn" "mo ghrÃ¡" means "my love" "mo mhuirnÃn" means "my dear"
It's "parle Ã ma main" (not pale) and it means... talk to my hand. Seriously.
I think that it means "it doesn't matter", or better yet "no problem". I just wanted to make sure of the pronunciation.
Ma in geology means Mega Anum. The M is a standard SI prefix (think giga, mega, kilo, etc.), and anum means year. However, in geology the "a" specifically denotes time before the present. For example, 10 Ma means ten millions years before the present, or ten million years ago. This distinction is im…portant because the symbol Myr is used for a million years, as well ("yr" is the abbreviation for year, similar to "s" for second or "hr" for hour). Using the "yr," however, does not denote relation to the present and instead refers to an arbitrary length of time. For example, the Triassic began about 250 Ma and ended 200 Ma, and it only lasted about 50 Myr. So it began about 250 million years ago (Ma) and lasted for fifty millions years (Myr). (MORE)
It can mean "this", such as in the context of "y llyfr 'ma" (this book). It basically comes from "yma" (here) i.e. this book = the book here. In other contexts, it might mean something else, but "this (here)" strikes me as the most obvious sense.
It means: What else i should do? it is a question statement. Trust me, my first language is spanish...
I believe it's intended to say 'the worst cat.' But mas malo isn't correct; it should read: 'el peor gato.'
well, here is one of those examples where the accent (Â´) and punctuation makes all the difference. also, it could mean different things depending on the context specially because both words have different meanings. but people normally in an informal conversation like a chat, don't use correct ort…hography, so you'll have to find which one of this meanings fits more to the conversation. "como mas" without accents means "i eat but..." expl: " como mas solo en las noches" = " I eat but only at night" "como mÃ¡s" with an accent on the "mas" means: "I eat more" expl: "yo como mÃ¡s que mi hermano" = " I eat more than my brother" "cÃ³mo? mÃ¡s!" with accents, depending on the tone of voice can be a surprise: How can it be? there is more! expl: A: encontrÃ© mÃ¡s dinero en mi bolsillo B: cÃ³mo? mÃ¡s? A: i found more money in my pocket B: How can it be? there is more! but in a reclamation or inquisitive tone means: What do you mean by more? expl: A: esto no es suficiente tienes que pagar mÃ¡s B: cÃ³mo mÃ¡s? A: this is not enough you have to pay more B: What do you mean by more? "Â¿cÃ³mo mÃ¡s?" can also be an expression, that means "how else..." expl: A: no lo estÃ¡s haciendo correctamente B: Â¿cÃ³mo mÃ¡s? A:"you are not doing it correctly" B: "how else should i do it" A: porquÃ© lo trataste asÃ B: Â¿ cÃ³mo mÃ¡s querÃas que lo tratara? A: why did you treat him like that B: " how else did you wanted me to treat him" i hope my answer clarify your question :P (MORE)
malo : is said when u want to ask someone ( what is wrong with you ) ??
The name Sunitha or Sunita is not native American, but a name used in India. It is Hindi and Sanskrit for "well-behaved".
GSM- Global system for mobile communication not expensive as cdma in this u can run Internet via GPRS which is not much expensive.
You've been watching Diary of A Bad Man It's asian toilet paper- in the most figuaritve sense
I have a friend from Samoa and his name is faavae. So it's a name
Nothing. Maybe you mean "ma petite oursonne" (my little (female) bear cub), talking about a small girl, but that would be weird. More context, better transcription?
"du ma may" does not mean anything, nor does it sound like French words. "du" = "of the", "ma" = "my" (fem.), but "may" means nothing in this context.
Ma (Ù Ø§) in Arabic has a number of meanings. It is most commonly used as the word "What" in a question where "to be" is the functioning verb, such as: What is the meaning of this? - Ma alma3na bihadha (Ù Ø§ Ø§ÙÙ Ø¹ÙÙ Ø¨ÙØ°Ø§). It can also be used to negate the …past tense. For example: I did not eat last night. - Ma akultu lailat ams (Ù Ø§ Ø£ÙÙØª ÙÙÙØ© Ø£Ù Ø³). It can also represent an indefinite third-person pronoun object. For example: I do not like what she said. - La uhib ma hiye qalet'hu (ÙØ§ Ø£ØØ¨ Ù Ø§ ÙÙ ÙØ§ÙØªÙ). (MORE)
With an accent over the 'a' in 'mas': 'more now' Without an accent: 'but now'
Something that comes after something. In the case of names a Suffix would be Jr. or Sr. E.g. John Doe Sr. John Doe Jr.
Arabic songs are the music of the Arabian people and Arab World. In more recent years, Arabic music is interacting with Western popular music as well as R&B, pop and rock.
Lees are, basically, dead yeast and other junk produced byfermentation. If you're reading about making wine, you'll seediscussion of "racking" the wine to remove the lees. The way you've written it, though, you may be referring to thenautical phrase "hard alee!" which means, essentially, "turn the…ship sharply to downwind", leeward being the opposite of windward (the direction the wind is coming from). (MORE)
"hr" is an abbreviation for the word hour. Capitalized, HR, it could be an acronym for Human Resources.
The cast of Enas gyftos tha mas sosei - 1986 includes: Maro Athanasiou Sandra Georgiou Lefteris Giftopoulos Mihalis Gounaris as Manolis Maria Kouka Rena Maniataki Vangelis Pyrinis Nikos Redifis Ann Tribeau Dina Vourtsi
The cast of Enas trellos tha mas sosei - 1988 includes: Maro Athanasiou Gianna Krezou Giorgos Loukakis Mihalis Moustakas Sotiris Moustakas as Timolaos Panos Nikolaidis Leonidas Nikolaidis Kostas Papahristos Takis Poulitsis Stavrina Prevedorou Antonis Trikaminas
Ma-Ling Lee has written: 'The education of a very young madam' -- subject(s): Case studies, Biography, Procuresses, Prostitution, Sex-oriented businesses
My sister found a ring with a red stone n some smaller stones. Themarkings on the inside say cw 925 THA. What does this mean?