padda

IPA: pˈædʌ

noun

  • a genus of ploceidae

Examples of "padda" in Sentences

  • Both Padda species are threatened by trapping for the cage bird trade.
  • Both 'Padda' species are threatened by trapping for the cage bird trade.
  • Hammurabi, Samsu-iluna, dedicates a fort, known as Dur-padda, to Ramman whom he addresses as his 'helper', along with several other gods.
  • The headword toad is duly glossed, as padda, karta, and then -- quite needlessly -- illustrated, with this remarkably elucidating sentence: the toad was delighted to see his mother again.
  • _Samsu-iluna_, king of Babylon, 56; builds sanctuary of Belit, 56; builds Dur-padda, sacred to Ramman, 158; his pantheon, 162; builds wall of Zakar in Nippur, 172; builds wall of Lugal-mittu in Nippur, 172.

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