An ethnic and linguistic group based in Kigoma Region in western Tanzania. (proper noun)
Examples of word Ha
At once the crocodile began to swim slowly against the current, and the mouse-deer, having discovered what he wished, called out in derision, Ha, ha!
I mean, I suppose inside everybody's minds they could have said, Ha, ha, ha, we weren't really going to do this.
Fat Joe Young Jeezy Behind The Scenes Video "Slow Down, Ha Ha"
Alone I'd are that Lion, and tell him that Freedom's hand once twisted in his mane, he rolls a corse before me, and the Eagles of the Great Republic scream, Ha, ha! "
Alone I dare that Lion, and tell him that Freedom's hand once twisted in his mane, he rolls a corse before me, and the Eagles of the Great Republic scream, Ha, ha! "
Towards the end of the fourteenth century, the work was translated into Hebrew twice: the first time under the title Ha-Emunah ha-Ramah by Solomon ben Lavi (c. 1391-92), possibly at the instigation of the philosopher Hasdai Crescas, and a little later under the title Ha-Emunah Nissa™ah by Samuel ibn Motot.
Gudemann, Geschichte des Erziehungswesens und der Cultur der Juden in Frankreich und Deutschland, Vienna, 1880, 8 (Hebrew translation by Frledberg under the title Ha-Torah weha - Hayim, ed. Achiassaf, Warsaw,
At least seven other bodies were found in Ha Tinh province, five in Nghe An and three in Quang Tri, officials there reported, as floodwaters slowly started to recede.
Noah himself wrote about the issues of cultural boycott eloquently in Ha'aretz recently.