Origin of Shoa1
Other definitions for Shoa (2 of 2)
How to use Shoa in a sentence
But it is not merely in the third volume that the critic is unable to discover any information respecting Shoa.
The authority of Dr Krapf, however, at the court of Shoa to me seems to be strangely and wilfully exaggerated.
It appears to me that I have now answered every objection worthy of notice that has been made against my work on Shoa.
In Shoa the preliminaries of a journey are replete with noise, inconvenience, and confusion.
His proceedings occupy one of the most conspicuous pages in the chronicles of Shoa.