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MA

abbr.
1. Latin Magister Artium (Master of Arts)
2. Maritime Administration
3. Massachusetts
4. mental age

ma

 (mä, mô)
n. Informal
Mother.

[Short for mama.]

mA

abbr.
milliampere
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ma

(mɑː)
n
an informal word for mother1

ma

the internet domain name for
(Computer Science) Morocco

Ma

(mɑː)
n
(Biography) Yo-Yo (ˈjəʊjəʊ). born 1955, US cellist, born in France to Chinese parents

MA

abbreviation for
1. (Placename) Massachusetts
2. (Education) Master of Arts
3. (Psychology) psychol mental age
4. (Military) Military Academy
5. (Automotive Engineering) Morocco (international car registration)
[from French Maroc]
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ma

(mɑ)

n., pl. mas.
mother.
[akin to mama]

MA

Massachusetts.

mA

milliampere.

M.A.

Master of Arts.
[< Latin Magister Artium]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.ma - informal terms for a motherma - informal terms for a mother    
female parent, mother - a woman who has given birth to a child (also used as a term of address to your mother); "the mother of three children"
2.ma - a master's degree in arts and sciencesMA - a master's degree in arts and sciences
master's degree - an academic degree higher than a bachelor's degree but lower than a doctor's degree
3.ma - one thousandth of an amperemA - one thousandth of an ampere    
current unit - a measure of the amount of electric charge flowing past a circuit point at a specific time
amp, ampere, A - the basic unit of electric current adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites; "a typical household circuit carries 15 to 50 amps"
4.ma - a state in New EnglandMA - a state in New England; one of the original 13 colonies
Lexington and Concord, Lexington, Concord - the first battle of the American Revolution (April 19, 1775)
U.S.A., United States, United States of America, US, USA, America, the States, U.S. - North American republic containing 50 states - 48 conterminous states in North America plus Alaska in northwest North America and the Hawaiian Islands in the Pacific Ocean; achieved independence in 1776
New England - a region of northeastern United States comprising Maine and New Hampshire and Vermont and Massachusetts and Rhode Island and Connecticut
Bean Town, Beantown, Boston, capital of Massachusetts, Hub of the Universe - state capital and largest city of Massachusetts; a major center for banking and financial services
Cambridge - a city in Massachusetts just to the north of Boston; site of Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Concord - town in eastern Massachusetts near Boston where the first battle of the American Revolution was fought
Gloucester - a town in northeastern Massachusetts on Cape Ann to the northeast of Boston; the harbor has been a fishing center for centuries
Lexington - town in eastern Massachusetts near Boston where the first battle of the American Revolution was fought
Medford - town in northeastern Massachusetts; residential suburb of Boston
Pittsfield - a town in western Massachusetts
Springfield - a city and manufacturing center in southwestern Massachusetts on the Connecticut River
Worcester - an industrial and university city in central Massachusetts to the west of Boston
Cape Ann - a Massachusetts peninsula to the north of Boston extending into the Atlantic Ocean
Cape Cod - a Massachusetts peninsula to the south of Boston extending into the Atlantic; a popular resort area
Cape Cod Canal - a canal connecting Cape Cod Bay with Buzzards Bay
Plymouth - a town in Massachusetts founded by Pilgrims in 1620
Salem - a city in northeastern Massachusetts; site of the witchcraft trials in 1692
Williamstown - a town in northwestern Massachusetts
Berkshire Hills, Berkshires - a low mountain range in western Massachusetts; a resort area
Charles River, Charles - a river in eastern Massachusetts that empties into Boston Harbor and that separates Cambridge from Boston
Housatonic, Housatonic River - a river that rises in western Massachusetts and flows south through Connecticut to empty into Long Island Sound
Merrimack, Merrimack River - a river that rises in south central New Hampshire and flows through Concord and Manchester into Massachusetts and empties into the Atlantic Ocean
Taconic Mountains - a range of the Appalachian Mountains along the eastern border of New York with Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Vermont
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ma

noun mother, mum (Brit. informal), mater, mom (U.S. informal), mummy (Brit. informal) Ma was still at work when I got back.
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Translations
magistr
kandidateksamenkandidatgradMA
äiskääiti
humanitarinių mokslų magistras
humanitaro zinatnu magistrs
mamica

ma

[mɑː] Nmamá f
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ma

[ˈmɑː] n (= mum) → maman f
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MA

abbr of Master of ArtsM. A.

ma

n (inf)Mama f (inf), → Mutti f (inf)
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ma

[mɑː] n (fam) → mamma
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MA

(ˌem ˈei) abbreviation
Master of Arts; a second university degree in arts, literature etc (but not in the sciences).
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References in classic literature ?
Ce poulet va tomber jusqu'au fond de mes bottes," Vassenka, who had recovered his spirits, quoted the French saying as he finished his second chicken.
"Est-ce que ma robe va bien?" cried she, bounding forwards; "et mes souliers?
camarades, there is no drop of French blood in my body, and I am a true English bowman, Samkin Aylward by name; and I tell you, mes amis, that it warms my very heart-roots to set my feet on the dear old land once more.
"I suppose I must," said Miss Sharp calmly, and much to the wonder of Miss Jemima; and the latter having knocked at the door, and receiving permission to come in, Miss Sharp advanced in a very unconcerned manner, and said in French, and with a perfect accent, "Mademoiselle, je viens vous faire mes adieux."
Prior Aymer, therefore, and his character, were well known to our Saxon serfs, who made their rude obeisance, and received his ``benedicite, mes filz," in return.
She had spoken in French and she had used the expression "mes transes" but for all the rest, intonation, bearing, solemnity, she might have been referring to one of the Bourbons.
"En arriere, mes enfants--il fait chaud--retirez-vous un peu."
"A letter in the murderer's own hand-writing, mes amis!
"'0, puissent voir longtemps votre beaute sacree Tant d'amis, sourds a mes adieux!
However Ministry of Health of the Republic of Azerbaijan said to APA that 3 employees of MES were provided with medical aid on site, and two personnel of MES and one more person have been hospitalized.