Ga

[ gah ]
/ gɑ /

noun

a Kwa language of Ghana, spoken in Accra and vicinity.

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Definition for ga (2 of 5)

Ga

Symbol, Chemistry.

Definition for ga (3 of 5)

GA

Gamblers Anonymous.
general of the army.
Georgia (approved especially for use with zip code).

Definition for ga (4 of 5)

Definition for ga (5 of 5)

G.A.

General Agent.
General Assembly.
Also g.a., G/A Insurance. general average.
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British Dictionary definitions for ga (1 of 5)

ga

the internet domain name for

Gabon

British Dictionary definitions for ga (2 of 5)

Ga1

the chemical symbol for

gallium

British Dictionary definitions for ga (3 of 5)

Ga2

G

/ (ɡɑː) /

noun

plural Ga, Gas, 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

British Dictionary definitions for ga (4 of 5)

GA

abbreviation for

General Assembly (of the United Nations)
general average
Georgia

British Dictionary definitions for ga (5 of 5)

Ga.

abbreviation for

Georgia
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Medical definitions for ga

Ga

The symbol for the elementgallium
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Scientific definitions for ga (1 of 2)

Ga

The symbol for gallium.

Scientific definitions for ga (2 of 2)

gallium
[ gălē-əm ]

Ga

A rare, silvery metallic element that is found as a trace element in coal, in bauxite, and in several minerals. It is liquid near room temperature and expands when it solidifies. It is used in thermometers and semiconductors. Atomic number 31; atomic weight 69.72; melting point 29.78°C; boiling point 2,403°C; specific gravity 5.907; valence 2, 3. See Periodic Table.
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