See also: nama, náma, namā, nämä, namą, and Nam Á

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New Latin, from Ancient Greek νᾶμα(nâma, fountain or stream)

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Nama n

  1. A taxonomic genus within the family Hydrophyllaceae – fiddleleaf plants, sandbells, etc..

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Proper nounEdit

Nama

  1. A Khoisan language of Namibia.
  2. A language of Papua New Guinea

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