Noma may refer to:

  • NOMA (company)
  • Noma (disease)
  • Noma (restaurant)
  • NOMA, Manchester, a mixed-use development in England
  • Noma, Florida, United States
  • NoMa, Washington, D.C., United States
  • Noma pony
  • Noma Prize, a group of Japanese literary awards
  • New Orleans Museum of Art
  • Non-overlapping magisteria, a theory about science and religion
  • Noma, an iteration mark
  • "Noma, noma," a misheard refrain of the song "Dragostea din tei"

Other articles related to "noma":

Noma District, Ehime
... Noma (野間郡, Noma-gun?) was a District located in Eastern Iyo Province (now Ehime Prefecture) ...
Nanashi No Game - Development - Soundtrack
... 音, Nanashi no Geemu On?) Soundtrack album by Masayoshi Soken / "Luis Noma" (ルイーズ 野間, Ruīzu Noma?) Track listing No ... soundtrack was composed by Masayoshi Soken under the pseudonym "Luis Noma" (ルイーズ 野間, Ruīzu Noma?), a name which in the game refers to the composer ...
Noma Literary Prize
... The Noma Literary Prize (Noma Bungei Shō) was established in 1941 by the Noma Service Association (Noma Hōkō Kai) in accordance with the last wishes of Noma Seiji (1878-1938), founder and first president of ... The Noma Literary Prize has been awarded annually to an outstanding new work published in Japan between October and the following September ... The Noma Prize includes a commemorative plaque and a cash award of 3 million yen ...
Subdivisions Of Nicaragua - Departments and Municipalities
... The two autonomous regions are 'Región Autónoma Atlántico Norte' and 'Región Autónoma Atlántico Sur', often referred to as RAAN and RAAS, respectively until they were granted autonomy in 1985 ...
Christmas In The Post-War United States - Christmas Trees - Decorations - Lights
... invented by Carl Otis in 1935, who then sold the patents to the NOMA (National Outfit Manufacturer's Association) Electric Corporation ... NOMA launched the novelty lights on the Christmas market in 1946 when war shortages ended ... In 1955, NOMA manufactured flashing lights ...