- (italics) an opera (1871) by Giuseppe Verdi.
- a female given name.
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Examples from the Web for aida
The Daily Beast recently spent time in the Aida refugee camp, and refugees there said something similar.Intifada 3.0: Growing Unrest and a Plot to Kill an Israeli Minister
November 21, 2014
This article was adapted from one originally written by Aida Qajar for IranWire.Ayatollah Khamenei’s Cancer Scare
September 20, 2014
That the meeting with Kerry took place in the “Aida” hall of the Marriott Hotel seemed somehow appropriate.Egyptians to John Kerry: Stop Backing Dictators
March 9, 2013
Facialist Aida Bacaj, who tends to the pores of Kyra Sedgwick and Carla Gugino, has mixed emotions.The New Pseudo-Shrinks
March 27, 2009
The ballet in Aida lasts only five minutes, and for those five minutes they had come.L'Abbe Constantin, Complete
They needed the Bach to take away the bad taste that Aida had left in their mouths.Aaron's Rod
D. H. Lawrence
They want 'Faust' and 'Aida,' and they think 'Tannhuser' is the very last in music.Cape of Storms
In “Aida,” his last work, the world remarked a striking change.Great Musical Composers
George T. Ferris
While he is lost in thoughts of Aida, the Princess Amneris enters.Stars of the Opera
Aida is a particularly spectacular opera, with lavish sets, costumes, and extras — actors who have no singing parts.
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