Crossword clues for cata
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Cata \Cat"a\ [Gr. kata`.] The Latin and English form of a Greek preposition, used as a prefix to signify down, downward, under, against, contrary or opposed to, wholly, completely; as in cataclysm, catarrh. It sometimes drops the final vowel, as in catoptric; and is sometimes changed to cath, as in cathartic, catholic.
Caţa is a commune in Braşov County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Beia, Caţa, Drăuşeni, Ioneşti and Paloş. There are three fortified churches in the commune, at Caţa, Beia and Drăuşeni.
At the 2011 census, 44.9% of inhabitants were Romanians, 30.9% Hungarians and 23.4% Roma.
Image:Cata biserica medievala.jpg|Fortified church of Caţa Image:Biserica Ev-Lut Drauseni.jpg|Fortified church of Drăuşeni
Usage examples of "cata".
As he sailed upward on their lee side, his cata pults began launching scrap metal and fireballs into the exposed hulls and sails.
The continents and seas have suffered many cata clysmic changes, not the least of these being the gradual dissolution of ancient Gondwanaland and the equally gradual re-solution of this mightiest of all land masses.