Crossword clues for taka
n. The official currency of Bangladesh, equal to 100 paise. Symbol: '''৳'''
n. the basic unit of money in Bangladesh; equal to 100 paisas
Taka may refer to:
- Bangladeshi taka, the currency of Bangladesh
- Taka (টাকা), the term used in Bengali-speaking regions of India for Indian Rupee
- Taka, Hyōgo, a town in Japan
- Taka (windsurfing), windsurfing move
- William Tucker (settler), an early settler in New Zealand, called Taka by Maoris
- Taka (boat); in Turkey, and especially in the country's Black Sea region, a traditional small boat used for carrying load or passengers, often built by Laz people
- Takao Michinoku, the ring name of former WWF professional wrestler Takao Yoshida
- Disney's Scar was once known as "Taka" in The Lion King Backstory
- Takayuki Ishikawa, also known as DJ Taka, a popular Bemani artist.
- Tekyə, Azerbaijan
- Taka Hirose, Japanese bass player of the UK rock band Feeder.
Taka is a traditional small boat, typical of the Black Sea shores of Turkey where they are primarily, but not exclusively, built and used. They can be used in fishing or for carrying small loads and a limited number of passengers. Although not very fast, they are well-balanced and resistant and are especially well-suited for the thick waves of the Black Sea. In Turkey, they are very often built by Laz people and are associated with Laz culture or with the wider Black Sea culture.
Taka is a Japanese given name. People with the name include:
- Taka Aono, racecar driver
- Taka-Arashi, A sumo wrestler from Virtua Fighter
- Taka Hirose, bassist of the rock band Feeder
- Taka Kato (born 1962), pornographic film actor
- Taka Michinoku (born 1973), wrestler
Usage examples of "taka".
An avenue of cryptomeria and two handsome and somewhat gilded Buddhist temples denoted the approach to a place of some importance, and such Takata is, as being a large town with a considerable trade in silk, rope, and minjin, and the residence of one of the higher officials of the ken or prefecture.
That renowned structure was a source of great pride to all Bangladeshi, built as it was by their labor and their hard-earned takas.
Bawu they had known in the flesh, Sir Ralph Ballantyne only as a legend: Taka Taka was the onomatopoeic name the Matabele had given Sir Ralph from the sound of the Maxim machine-gun which the old freebooter had wielded to such effect during the.
Bawu they had known in the flesh, Sir Ralph Ballantyne only as a legend: Taka Taka was the onomatopoeic name the Matabele had given Sir Ralph from the sound of the Maxim machine-gun which the old freebooter had wielded to such effect during the Matabele war and the rebellion.
But before he could do so, there was a great war between the white men, and Taka' Taka went north and fought against the German induna called Hamba-Hamba, "the one-who-marcheshere,and,there,and,is-never caught "Von Lettow'Vorbeck," Craig translated, "the German commander in East Africa during the 1914-1918 war.
So Insutsha sent three of his prettiest young wives to where Taka' Taka was camped, bearing small gifts of eggs and sour ns and said milk, and Taka-Taka answered the girls" quest io that he had come into these hills to hunt rhinoceros Vusamanzi paused, glanced at Craig, and elaborated, Taka Taka was also a renowned liar.
The King leaned forward and threw in a handful of native herbs, turmeric, kajang, huan, taka and cloves and garlic, and this added to the perfume.