pasha

[n] - a civil or military authority in Turkey or Egypt
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Pasha

Pa·sha' noun [ Turk. pāshā , bāshā ; confer Persian bāshā , bādshāh ; perhaps a corruption of Persian pādishāh . Confer Bashaw , Padishah , Shah .] An honorary title given t...
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pasha

pacha noun a civil or military authority in Turkey or Egypt
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Pasha

• (n.) An honorary title given to officers of high rank in Turkey, as to governers of provinces, military commanders, etc. The earlier form was bashaw.
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pasha

title of a man of high rank or office in the Ottoman Empire and North Africa. It was the highest official title of honour in the Ottoman Empire, ... [1 related articles]
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Pasha

Pasha is a Russian boy name. The meaning of the name is `Small, Humble` Where is it used? The name Pasha is mainly used In Russian.For the opposite sex use: In English, French, German, Romanian and In the bible: Paul (M) See also In Russian, Czech, Bulgarian and In Slovene: Pavel (M) The name Pasha doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common...
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pasha

pasha (päsh'u, păsh'u, pushä') , highest honorary title in official usage in the Ottoman Empire and with slight variation in the states formed from its territories, where it is sometimes still employed (although Turkey formally abolished it in 1934 and Egypt in 1953). The...
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Pasha

Pasha or pascha (پاشا, paşa), formerly bashaw, was a higher rank in the Ottoman Empire political and military system, typically granted to governors, generals and dignitaries and others. As an honorary title, Pasha, in one of its various ranks, is equivalent to the British title of Lord, and was also one of the highest titles in pre-republica...
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Pasha

[Quran] A pasha (ə), in the Quran or other Islamic holy books, is a delineated section of a book that was often thought to originally be a separate scroll. The plural in Arabic is al-pashawat. The word pasha comes from the Hebrew parashah, which refers to part of a biblical book. ...
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Pasha

[Hinduism] Pasha ({IAST|Pāśa}), often translated as `noose` or `lasso`, is a weapon depicted in Hindu iconography. Hindu deities such as Ganesha, Yama and Varuna are depicted with the pasha in their hands. Pasha is a common attribute of Ganesha, the Lord of obstacles; a pasha represents his power to bind and free obstacles. Yama, the god ...
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Pasha

[protein] Pasha, also known as DGCR8 in vertebrates, is a protein localized to the cell nucleus that is required for microRNA processing. It binds to Drosha, an RNase III enzyme, to form the Microprocessor complex that cleaves a primary transcript known as pri-miRNA to a characteristic stem-loop structure known as a pre-miRNA, which is then...
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Pasha

[disambiguation] Pasha is the name of a high rank in Ottoman politics. Pasha may also refer to: ...
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