The Collaborative International Dictionary
Taha \Ta"ha\, n. The African rufous-necked weaver bird ( Hyphantornis texor).
n. The African rufous-necked weaver bird (''Hyphantornis texor'').
Taha may refer to:
- Ta-Ha, the 20th sura of the Qur'an
- Taha, a community in Tamale Metropolitan District in the Northern Region of Ghana
Taha; two letters " Ta" and " Ha" are unique letter combinations that appear in the beginning of the 20th chapter in the Quran. The sura begins with God talking to the Islamic Prophet Muhammad. It is used to refer to someone who follows and looks for the right path. Muslims also use these letters as a name, as the meaning is unknown, it can be given to both males and females.
Usage examples of "taha".
In 1988 the vicepresident was Taha Muhy ad Din Maruf, who was first appointed by Bakr in 1974, and was subsequently kept in office by Saddam Husayn.
When Taha Hussein said of modern Arab culture in 1936 that it was European, not Eastern he was registering the identity of the Egyptian cultural elite, of which he was so distinguished a member.
Iraqi Vice President, Taha Yassin Ramadan, scathingly criticized Annan yesterday for seeking to expand the exclusive role of the U.