saman


Also found in: Thesaurus, Acronyms, Wikipedia.

saman

(səˈmɑːn) or

samaan

n
(Plants) another name for rain tree
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.saman - large ornamental tropical American tree with bipinnate leaves and globose clusters of flowers with crimson stamens and seed pods that are eaten by cattle
albizia, albizzia - any of numerous trees of the genus Albizia
References in periodicals archive ?
Addressing the participants, Punjab Additional Secretary Culture Saman Rai said that art had no boundaries and the artists remained artists everywhere.
Additional Secretary Culture Saman Rai applauded the art work of both artists and said they had introduced new techniques in Calligraphy and Illumination.
Additional Secretary Culture and ED Pucar Saman Rai describe the salient features of Folk Studio and said it was a good initiative to explore the hidden folk of Punjab.
Saman said it would have been absurd to show everyone in a headscarf since the show is set before the Islamic revolution of 1979 when women were free to wear whatever they wanted.
Saman bank opened its branch in the Italian capital to provide financing, investment, banking and legal consulting services to the Iranian businessmen in Italy.
They brought their 2-year-old, Elias, to the SAMAN clinic in September, when they learned that the changes in portion sizes and types of food and the inability to find formula and vitamins had damaged Elias' health--he was severely malnourished.
The idea came about after Pakinstani Saman, 30, posted a series of her paintings on Instagram motivated by quotations and poems.
5 launched an offensive to retake Raqqa city with support from the coalition, encircled the village of Tal Saman, 25 kilometers from Raqqa.
by Times News Service During the event, visitors enjoyed a wide variety of Indonesian cultural performances, ranging from the Saman Dance found in the country's westernmost province, to the Poco-Poco Dance, which originated in the eastern region of the country.
Ayu Utami's novels Saman (1998) and Larung (2001) have attracted considerable attention, yet little of this attention has focused on their representation of cosmopolitanism.
The Kurdish artist and painter Saman Abubakr was born in 1968 in Kirkuk, studied primary and secondary schools in the city and completed Institute of Fine Arts in 1990.