Crossword clues for maa
The Collaborative International Dictionary
interj. a bleating sound, as that of a sheep or goat vb. to make such a sound
Maa or MAA may refer to:
Maa is the eighth album of Finnish a cappella ensemble Rajaton released in 2007 in celebration of the ensemble's 10th anniversary. Maa, is a Finnish word which, depending on context, can be translated to mean country, earth, land, ground or soil. The name is in reference to the 'back to the roots' nature of the album - Rajaton's debut album, Nova, similarly consisted of songs composed to Finnish poetry.
A new a cappella version of the Jean Sibelius orchestral piece Valse triste is also included, marking the 50th anniversary of his death.
After the album's release a 31 concert anniversary tour, Ääni On Rajaton, began. They were supported by guitarist Petteri Sariola.
'''Maa ''' is a 1959 Indian Oriya film directed by Nitai Palit.
Maa (, "Maa" means "mother" in English) is a novel by the Bangladeshi author Anisul Hoque. An English translation of the novel, titled Freedom's Mother, was published by Palimpsest from New Delhi in 2012. The novel entered the Prothom Alo's list of the best ten creative books in Bengali of the 1st decade of the 21st century and the list of the best ten creative books in Bengali on the liberation war of Bangladesh. The novel was published in Maithili too.
Maa ( English: Mother) is a 1992 Indian Bollywood horror drama film, produced by Anil Sharma on Shatketan Associates banner and directed by Ajay Kashyap. Starring Jeetendra, Jaya Pradha in pivotal roles and music composed by Anu Malik.
Maa is a 1976 Indian Bollywood film directed by M.A. Thirumugham and produced by Sandow M.M.A. Chinnappa Devar. It stars Dharmendra and Hema Malini in pivotal roles.
Maa (Mother) is a 1952 Hindi social family drama directed by Bimal Roy for Bombay Talkies. Bimal Roy was asked to come to Bombay from Calcutta to direct the film for the studio, which was going through bad times. Bombay Talkies earlier favourite Leela Chitnis was cast in the eponymous role of Mother. This was the first film Roy directed in Bombay. He was to break away and form his own production company Bimal Roy Productions. The first film he produced and directed under his new banner was Do Bigha Zameen (1953), the next year.
The cinematographer was I. Wirsching. The film's music was composed by S. K. Pal with lyrics by Bharat Vyas. The film co-starred Bharat Bhushan, Shyama, Nazir Hussain, Mehmood and B. M. Vyas.
The story stated to be adapted loosely from an old Hollywood film Over The Hills, was about a "self-sacrificing son and his mother". According to B. D. Garga, the film's sentimental melodrama was handled with intelligence and finesse by Roy, which stopped it from becoming a "mushy tear-jerker".
Usage examples of "maa".
To float like a bird for a few moments until Prithvi Maa rushes up to embrace me.
The captain bellowed a greeting and introduced them to Liu and Maa, the two deckhands.
Advise immediate return to effect such minor repairs which cou0 totally Damage entire hydroponics ano grazings if not maae.