What is YAA
YAA or yaa may refer to:
Yaa's bravery and resolution inspired the Ashanti people who would never give up seeking independence.
Yaa, yaa !" Mama shouts, urging us toward the vehicles.
Joe and Yaa were comfortable around each other, even after so much time had passed, and that allowed everyone else to relax-particularly me and John, Yaa's husband.
The more forgotten Asherah, the supreme Durga, the Aztecan Coatlicue, the upholder of truth Asase Yaa, Frigga from the north.
Rainey Reynolds, succumbs to love with Ghanaian beauty Josephine Abena Yaa Amoah in The Acquittal.
His mouth was bleeding, his eyes feral with yaa baa.
He married an Ashanti princess, Yaa Hom, and named his daughter "Elen," presumably after his half sister.
She was saying to the sales woman, Prinzessin Yaa .
Yaa Asantewaa was born around 1840 in central Ghana, and her little brother would become the chief of the Edweso people.
You're late for the fight Eshu,' the Okyin Yaa said disapprovingly.