- Mount, a mountain in W Turkey, in NW Asia Minor, SE of ancient Troy. 5810 feet (1771 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. 8058 feet (2456 meters).
- a female given name: from a Germanic word meaning “happy.”
- International Development Association.
- a suffix of the names of orders and classes: Arachnida.
Origin of -ida
Examples from the Web for ida
Contemporary Examples of ida
Anna / Ida traverses a realm over which a spell has been cast.
Ida is a mystery of sorts, tethered to a road journey in a bleak postwar Poland.
Undeterred, Wanda and Ida press on along a road of hostility and dissimulation that will lead to the harrowing end of their quest.
“In a way, Nathan and Ida mentor people to look at the city in new ways,” he says.A Most Illegal Adventure with New York City’s Wildest Underground Event Planners
December 16, 2013
So when Ida and Lily died a few years ago, Gus made no public display.A Eulogy for Gus, Central Park’s Polar Bear Man of Mystery
August 30, 2013
Historical Examples of ida
Evelyn received her letter from Ida Ward before I received this.Grace Harlowe's Return to Overton Campus
Jessie Graham Flower
It was a nasty trick for Ida to play you, although just what I should have expected from her or May.
Neither Ida nor May seemed to have any suspicions, so far as he could judge from their letters.
Ida has gone to warn her now in case she tries to blackmail you.
"I do hope Ida manages to frighten her away before Jimmy gets there," she said.
- 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
- International Development Association
fem. proper name, from Medieval Latin, from Old High German Ida, perhaps related to Old Norse ið "work."