Abay

abay

What does Abay stand for?

Abay ( Kazakh: Абай, Abaý) is a town (since 1961) located in central Kazakhstan, and has served as the capital of Abay District in Karaganda Region since 2002. Population: 25,550 (2009 Census results); 33,066 (1999 Census results). Abay was founded in 1949 as a coal mining settlement with the name Sherubay-Noora...

What does Abay mean in Ethiopia?

Abay Chomen, an administrative division in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia Gish Abay, a town in west-central Ethiopia Alexandria Bay, a village in Upstate New York, United States, on the Saint Lawrence River affectionately referred to as Abay.

What is the meaning of Abai?

(rare) The state of being defenceless against ones enemies. (rare, Late Middle English) The baying of hounds in order to stop prey from escaping. English: abay. “abai (n.)” in MED Online, Ann Arbor, Mich.: University of Michigan, 2007, retrieved 2018-07-10.

What is Abay e-banking?

Abay E-Banking puts you in control of your money. You can now access your Abay Bank account online, and do your banking wherever you are, whenever you want. The services you get include: Salary payment and more.

What does Abai mean in the Bible?

Definitions for ABAI ABAI. Abai was a martyr in Syria. He was killed during the reign of Shapur II. He is a saint in the Syrian Orthodox Church and his feast day is October 1. He is included in Kalendarium Manuale Utriusque Ecclesiae Orientalis et Occidentalis. Abai is not to be confused with the Syriac saint Abhai.

Who was Abi Abai?

Abai was a martyr in Syria. He was killed during the reign of Shapur II. He is a saint in the Syrian Orthodox Church and his feast day is October 1. He is included in Kalendarium Manuale Utriusque Ecclesiae Orientalis et Occidentalis.

Who is Saint Abai?

Abai was a martyr in Syria. He was killed during the reign of Shapur II. He is a saint in the Syrian Orthodox Church and his feast day is October 1. He is included in Kalendarium Manuale Utriusque Ecclesiae Orientalis et Occidentalis. Abai is not to be confused with the Syriac saint Abhai.

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