Abada

Ab'a·da (ăb'ȧ*dȧ) noun [ Portuguese , the female rhinoceros.] The rhinoceros. [ Obsolete] Purchas.
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abada

<zoology> The rhinoceros. ... Origin: Pg, the female rhinoceros. ... (19 Mar 1998) ...
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Abada

• (n.) The rhinoceros.
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Abada

Abada is the old term for a female rhinoceros.
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Abada

[surname] The French surname Abada traces its origins to a nickname. The surnames which derive from a nickname are numerous and varied. This category of name draws on many different sources. The most common ones are based on a physical characteristic or a personal attribute of the originator. In this case the name Abada was taken directly f...
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Abada

[unicorn] 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 of a small donkey with the tail of a boar. It also goes by the name of Nillekma or...
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Abada

[rhinoceros] Abada (alternatively Bada or Ibada) was the name given to a female Indian rhinoceros kept by the Portuguese kings Sebastian I and Henry I from 1577 to 1580 and by Philip II of Spain from about 1580 to 1588. It was the first rhinoceros seen in Europe since the specimen that was sent as a present from the King of Portugal, Manuel...
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Abadá

Abadá (abaˈda) can refer to various items of clothing: a white tunic worn by for prayer by African Muslims, the uniform of port workers in Brazil, the pants worn by capoeristas, or a shirt sold at a carnival or theatrical production to promote the event. ==Capoeira pants== Original abadás were white. Capoeira abadás are generally white and spo...
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