Crossword clues for bata
alt. Ethnic ceremonial double-headed drums played in triplet in the religion of Santería, especially in Cuba and Puerto Rico, originally from the Yoruba of Nigeria. n. Ethnic ceremonial double-headed drums played in triplet in the religion of Santería, especially in Cuba and Puerto Rico, originally from the Yoruba of Nigeria.
Báta is a village in Tolna County, Hungary.
Bata from Saka is an Egyptian bull-god of the New Kingdom, who represents together with his brother Anubis the 17th Upper Egyptian Nome.
Bata (village) is a village in the municipality of Pomorie, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.
Bata is both a given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include:
- Bata Kameni (born 1941), Serbian actor and stunt performer
- Bata LoBagola (1877–1947), early 20th-century American impostor and entertainer
- Bata Paskaljević (1923–2004), Serbian actor
- Velimir "Bata" Živojinović (born 1933), Serbian actor and politician
- Danilo "Bata" Stojković (1934–2002), Serbian actor
- Agustín Sauto Arana (1908–1986), Spanish footballer
- Zoran Mirković (born 1971), Serbian footballer
- Efren Reyes (born 1954), Filipino pool player
- Tomáš Baťa (1876–1932), Czech shoe company founder
- Thomas J. Bata (1914–2008), son of the founder
- Jan Antonín Baťa (1898–1965), half-brother of the founder
- István Bata (1910–1982), Hungarian military officer and politician
Usage examples of "bata".
Baya and her sister helped keep Bata warm by standing close on either side.
It seemed a shame for such a lovely child to be subjected to work like that, but elder woman had authority over unmarried junior women in their families, so it was Bata's decision.
But Bata had been right so often recently that she was probably right again, and it did make sense.
He had taken his unmarried daughter, Melee, and his wife's mother, Bata, to buttress his case.
Thus he had secured status for Melee, for the daughter of the chief was by definition a ranking member of the tribe, and residence for Bata, because she was blood kin to Melee.
He could not be blamed for still loving the wife he had lost, who was also Bata's daughter, or for acting like the chief he was.
They had a lookout who reported when men were coming along the path, so that Melee could set up at the one ford, while Bata made sure that none were missed on the other ford.
Dillon would have to convey the princess to Bata, keeping her safe along the way.
All that Bata had taught him about finesse of expression was gone as if it had never been.
That was another of Bata's lessons: don't let your enemy set the agenda.
Of course she would still be subject to her grandmother Bata, who would be proof against any such tricks.
Once he delivered her to Bata, the siege would be lifted, for Bata would be in control.
But when he announced that one more day would bring them to Bata's lakeside residence, Melee became more playful.
But it would be his word against hers, and Bata knew his word was good.
Both of them flirted with him, but with Bata it indicated genuine affection rather than any exercise of power.