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baa

 (bă, bä)
intr.v. baaed, baa·ing, baas
To make a bleating sound, as a sheep or goat.
n.
The bleat of a sheep or goat.

[Imitative.]

baa

(bɑː)
vb, baas, baaing or baaed
(Zoology) (intr) to make the cry of a sheep; bleat
n
(Zoology) the cry made by sheep

BAA

n
(Aeronautics) the main airports operator in the United Kingdom; until privatization in 1987, an abbreviation for British Airports Authority

baa

(bæ, bɑ)

n., v. baaed, baa•ing. n.
1. the bleat of a sheep.
v.i.
2. to utter such a bleat.
[1580–90; imitative]

B.A.A.

Bachelor of Applied Arts.

baa


Past participle: baaed
Gerund: baaing

Imperative
baa
baa
Present
I baa
you baa
he/she/it baas
we baa
you baa
they baa
Preterite
I baaed
you baaed
he/she/it baaed
we baaed
you baaed
they baaed
Present Continuous
I am baaing
you are baaing
he/she/it is baaing
we are baaing
you are baaing
they are baaing
Present Perfect
I have baaed
you have baaed
he/she/it has baaed
we have baaed
you have baaed
they have baaed
Past Continuous
I was baaing
you were baaing
he/she/it was baaing
we were baaing
you were baaing
they were baaing
Past Perfect
I had baaed
you had baaed
he/she/it had baaed
we had baaed
you had baaed
they had baaed
Future
I will baa
you will baa
he/she/it will baa
we will baa
you will baa
they will baa
Future Perfect
I will have baaed
you will have baaed
he/she/it will have baaed
we will have baaed
you will have baaed
they will have baaed
Future Continuous
I will be baaing
you will be baaing
he/she/it will be baaing
we will be baaing
you will be baaing
they will be baaing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been baaing
you have been baaing
he/she/it has been baaing
we have been baaing
you have been baaing
they have been baaing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been baaing
you will have been baaing
he/she/it will have been baaing
we will have been baaing
you will have been baaing
they will have been baaing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been baaing
you had been baaing
he/she/it had been baaing
we had been baaing
you had been baaing
they had been baaing
Conditional
I would baa
you would baa
he/she/it would baa
we would baa
you would baa
they would baa
Past Conditional
I would have baaed
you would have baaed
he/she/it would have baaed
we would have baaed
you would have baaed
they would have baaed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.baa - the cry made by sheepbaa - the cry made by sheep    
cry - the characteristic utterance of an animal; "animal cries filled the night"
Verb1.baa - cry plaintivelybaa - cry plaintively; "The lambs were bleating"
let loose, let out, utter, emit - express audibly; utter sounds (not necessarily words); "She let out a big heavy sigh"; "He uttered strange sounds that nobody could understand"
Translations
määmääkiä
mee
bee
bräka

baa

[bɑː]
A. Nbalido m
B. EXCL¡be!
C. VIbalar

baa

nMähen nt no pl; baa!mäh!; baa-lamb (baby-talk)Bählamm nt (baby-talk), → Mähschäfchen nt (baby-talk)
vimähen, mäh machen (baby-talk)
References in classic literature ?
"They'll bleat and baa, dona like goats, Gorge down black sheep, and strain at motes, Array their backs in fine black coats, Then seize their negroes by their throats, And choke, for heavenly union.
"'No, Baas,' he answered, 'we are after something worth much more than ivory.'
"'No, Baas, something worth more than gold,' and he grinned.
"'Baas, have you ever heard of Suliman's Berg?'--that is, Solomon's Mountains, Sir Henry.
"'It is no story, Baas. Once I knew a woman who came from there, and reached Natal with her child, she told me:--she is dead now.'
'Mayhap, Baas. Man must die; I'd rather like to try a new country myself; the elephants are getting worked out about here.'
The former veterinary surgeon was a Rugby School alumnus and a Cambridge Blue but he always seemed at home here because so much of the Barbarian story is wrapped up with Wales -- from That Try by That Fellow Edwards to the Esplanade Hotel in Penarth, the Baa Baas Easter HQ.
Established by William Percy Carpmael in 1890, the Baa Baas played their first game in Penarth on Good Friday 1901, returning to honour the fixture on their annual tour of south Wales 75 times until 1986.
He stated that BAA submitted a request for funds to undertake the trip on May 7 and the sport development manager, Elsie Magadi, approved it the same day with the finance director, Kabelo Mmono passing it on May 8.
Instead the toy sings "Baa baa sheep sheep" at the push of a button.
Actor Anupam Kher, who is gearing up for his 512th film Baa Baa Black Sheep, says he feels it is just the beginning for him.