Definition of Musa. Meaning of Musa. Synonyms of Musa

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Definition of Musa

Musa
Musa Mu"sa, n.; pl. Mus[ae]. [NL., fr. Ar. mauz, mauza, banana.] (Bot.) A genus of perennial, herbaceous, endogenous plants of great size, including the banana (Musa sapientum), the plantain (M. paradisiaca of Linn[ae]us, but probably not a distinct species), the Abyssinian (M. Ensete), the Philippine Island (M. textilis, which yields Manila hemp), and about eighteen other species. See Illust. of Banana and Plantain.

Meaning of Musa from wikipedia

- musa's is a musical band led by piano/ keyboardist martin 'musa' musaubach . members combination in musa's varies in different live shows.
- musan salama, or musa for short, is a finnish football club based in the city of pori in the region of sata****a . in the suburb of musa.
- mūša (mūsa) is a river in northern lithuania and southern latvia (zemgale region), having its confluence with river nemunėlis (mēmele
- musa may refer to: places : mūša , a river in lithuania and latvia. musa, azerbaijan , a village in yardymli rayon. musa, iran , a village in ilam
- the müsa, or müsa appenninica, is a bagpipe from the apennines of north-west italy which was commonly used to accompany the piffero in
- musa may refer to: museum of the university of st andrews san antonio de los baños airfield -
- musa is one of two or three genera in the family musaceae ; it includes banana s and plantain s. around 70 species of musa are known,
- ahmed musa (born 14 october 1992) is a nigerian footballer who plays as forward for russian club cska moscow and the nigeria national
- a banana is an edible fruit , botanically a berry , produced by several kinds of large herbaceous flowering plant s in the genus musa
- mûsâ ibn ja‘far al-kâdhim. (موسى بن جعفر الكاظم. (november 6, 745 ad - september 1, 799 // safar 7, 128 ah – rajab 25, 183 ah was the