Ab (Semitic), a common part of Arabic-derived names, meaning "father of" in Arabic.
A volcano on the island of Honshu016B in Japan.
Mount Abu, the highest mountain in the Indian state of Rajasthan.
Abu, Yamaguchi, a town in Japan.
A minor god of vegetation in Sumerian mythology.
The fifth month of the Babylonian calendar.
The ancient Egyptian name for the city of Elephantine, near modern day Aswan.
A language of Papua New Guinea which is not related to Abau and nor to Abui.
Abu is a town located in Abu District, Yamaguchi, Japan. The town was founded on January 1, 1955.
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a mountain (6000 ft.) in Rajputana, with a footprint of Vishnu on the top, and two marble temples half-way up, held sacred by the Jains.
The numerical value of ABU in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of ABU in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Quraishi was a former officer in Saddam Husseins army and was considered one of the most prominent ISIS members in Baghdadis circle, after the U.S.-led occupation of Iraq and the capture of Hussein in 2003, Quraishi eventually became a general Sharia jurist for al-Qaeda.
Abu Hussein told me that he (Kurdi) was the one who organized this trip.
Officials seemed to think that in order for an act to be connected to a terrorist organization, the deranged individual must have been in direct contact with Abu Bakar al Baghdadi specifically telling him what to do, they evidently haven't learned that the methodology used by radical Islamic groups like ISIS has changed. It has morphed and adapted to utilize social media and the Internet.
It's there where Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi declared his caliphate, it is literally their capital.
Our troops are pursuing the Abu Sayyaf who broke into small groups and withdrew to the interior of the island, this is part of our focused military operation to free foreign hostages held by the Abu Sayyaf.
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