What is baa?

  • (verb): Cry plaintively.
    Synonyms: bleat, blate, blat
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on baa:

Basketball Association Of America
... The Basketball Association of America (BAA) was a professional basketball league in North America, founded in 1946 ... The Philadelphia Warriors won the inaugural BAA championship in 1947, followed by the Baltimore Bullets and the Minneapolis Lakers in 1948 and 1949 ... Six teams from the BAA are still active in the NBA as of the 2012–13 season ...
Somali Grammar - Syntax
... The words baa, ayaa, and waxaa put the focus on nouns and noun phrases ... Example John baa baxay - John Focus (baa) went out John ayaa baxay - John Focus (ayaa) went out Waxaa baxay John - Focus (waxaa) went out John Thus, the words ...
Basketball Association Of America - History - The End of The BAA
... On August 3, 1949, the BAA agreed to absorb the NBL, creating the National Basketball Association (NBA) ... The six remaining NBL teams were absorbed into the BAA, which then had ten teams after the Indianapolis Jets and the Providence Steamrollers folded prior to the absorption. 21, which was the last event held under the name BAA ...
1947 BAA Playoffs
... The 1947 BAA Playoffs was the postseason tournament of the BAA's 1946-47 season ... The BAA eventually became the NBA ... concluded with the Philadelphia Warriors defeating the Chicago Stags 4 games to 1 in the BAA Finals ...
Baa, Baa, Black Sheep - Allusions
... for the Marine Attack Squadron 214 of the United States Marine Corps from 1942 and the title Baa Baa Black Sheep was used for a book by its leader Colonel Gregory "Pappy" Boyington ... In 1951, together with "In the Mood", "Baa Baa Black Sheep" was the first song ever to be digitally saved and played on a computer ...

More definitions of "baa":

  • (noun): The cry made by sheep.

Famous quotes containing the word baa:

    My husband sings Baa Baa black sheep and we pretend
    that all’s certain and good, that the marriage won’t end.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)