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Ida

[ ahy-duh ]
/ ˈaɪ də /
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noun
Mount, a mountain in W Turkey, in NW Asia Minor, SE of ancient Troy. 5,810 feet (1,771 meters).Turkish Kaz·da·ği [kahz-dah-gee; Turkish kahz-dah-uh] /ˌkɑz dɑˈgi; Turkish ˌkɑz dɑˈʌ/ .
Modern name Mount Psi·lo·ri·ti [Greek psee-law-ree-tee] /Greek ˌpsi lɔˈri ti/ . the highest mountain in Crete. 8,058 feet (2,456 meters).
a female given name: from a Germanic word meaning “happy.”
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IDA

International Development Association.

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-ida

Zoology.
a suffix of the names of orders and classes: Arachnida.

Origin of -ida

<New Latin, taken as neuter plural of Latin -idēs offspring of <Greek; see -id1

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Ida.

abbreviation
Idaho.
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British Dictionary definitions for Ida (1 of 3)

Ida
/ (ˈaɪdə) /

noun Mount Ida
a mountain in central Crete: the highest on the island; in ancient times associated with the worship of Zeus. Height: 2456 m (8057 ft)Modern Greek name: Idhi
a mountain in NW Turkey, southeast of the site of ancient Troy. Height: 1767 m (5797 ft)Turkish name: Kaz Daği

British Dictionary definitions for Ida (2 of 3)

IDA

abbreviation for
International Development Association

British Dictionary definitions for Ida (3 of 3)

Ida.

abbreviation for
Idaho
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