In ancient Egyptian mythology, a being's soul or personality, represented as a bird-headed figure, which survives after death but must be sustained with offerings of food. (noun)
(obsolete) To kiss. (verb)
Examples of word Ba
They are clearly miniature â€œhouses for the gods,â€ as witnessed both by their clear architectural form and by the fact that in all West Semitic languages Canaanite, Phoenician, Punic, Aramaic, Hebrew, etc. the word baÂ¯yit/bÃªt is translated as both â€œhouseâ€ and â€œtemple.â€
So, much as Iâ€™m weary of western politicians who couldnâ€™t tell the Kaâ€™ba from a peach cobbler going on about how extremists are â€œpervertingâ€ Islam â€” how the hell do they know? â€” this article, which got its author suspended from his radio talk show hosting job for its claim that â€œIslam is a terror organization,â€ is truly, profoundly stupid.
Shipping agents who used horses were called ba-shaku é¦¬å€Ÿ.
Tamil language has no 'bha' alphabet, it is just 'pa' which is used interchangably with 'ba' - that's why the 'baath' I guess :