a Kwa language of Ghana, spoken in Accra and vicinity.
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Also g.a., G/A Insurance. general average.
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If the genus is Chromatic, as M. Ruelle is disposed to think, they are g-a-a♯-b-d-e-f.The Modes of Ancient Greek Music | David Binning Monro
Thus the complete scale may have consisted of the disjunct tetrachords a-d and e-a, with the tone g-a.The Modes of Ancient Greek Music | David Binning Monro
But how would a lawgiver classify the tone-series c-d♭-e♭-f♭-g-a-b-c, c-d♭-e♭-f-g♭-a-b-c, c-d-e♭-f♭-g♭-a-b-c, c-d♭-e-f-g♭-a-b♭-c?Sketch of a New Esthetic of Music | Ferruccio Busoni
He spelled it out letter by letter, 'H-a-g-a-r,—what was the matter with him?'The New North | Agnes Deans Cameron
"T-a-n-g-a-n-y-i-k-a," he spelled, snapping his fingers and waving his arm.The Biography of a Prairie Girl | Eleanor Gates
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plural Ga, Gas, Gã or Gãs a member of a Negroid people of W Africa living chiefly in S Ghana
the language of this people, belonging to the Kwa branch of the Niger-Congo family
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