Vaka

The term vaka may refer to:

  • untitled #1, released as untitled #1 (a.k.a. "Vaka"), a single from the Sigur Rós album ( )
  • Vaka (sailing), the main hull of a multihull vessel such as a proa or trimaran
  • Váka, the Hungarian name for Crişan village, Ribiţa Commune, Hunedoara County, Romania
  • Vaka, solo project for Daniel Lidén
  • Joseph Wilson Vaka (born 1980), Tongan rugby union player

Other articles related to "vaka":

Daniel Lidén - Vaka
... Behold, Vaka is Lidén's solo project ... Vaka has released one album, Kappa Delta Phi (2008) ...
Shravak - Buddhism - Who's A "disciple"?
... accomplishment "Chief Disciple" (Pāli aggasāvaka Sanskrit agraśrāvaka) In the Pali canon, the Chief Disciples are Sāriputta (Pāli Sanskrit Śāriputra) and ... Great Disciple" (Pāli mahāsāvaka Sanskrit mahā-śrāvaka) Examples of Great Disciples are Mahākassapa (Pāli Sanskrit Mahākāśyapa), Ānanda ... Ordinary Disciple" (Pāli pakatisāvaka Sanskrit prakṛtiśrāvaka) Ordinary disciples, who constitute the majority of disciples, while devoted to the ...
Kolathunadu - Royal Symbols of Kolathiri
... a special sword)(2) and assignied the herb Nenmeni-vaka (Mumosa lebbek) as the tree associated with the dynasty (3)and further assigned Vaakapookkula (inflor ... dynasty believes that it is this association of theirs with Nenmeni-vaka (Mumosa lebbek) that led to their nomenclature as Mooshikan ... namely Thoni (a boat), Changalavattam Vilakku, Naandakam Vaal and Nenmeni-vaka ...
Takuu Atoll - Language
... /tamaː/ /tama/, /tamana/ /metua/, /paːpaː/ /matua/, /paːpaː/ /makua kaːne/ canoe /te vaka/ /vaʔa/ /te vaka/ /vaka/, /vaka ama/ /waka ama/ /waʔa/ ...
Shravak - Mahāyāna View
4th century abhidharma work Abhidharmasamuccaya, Asaṅga describes those who follow the Śrāvaka Vehicle (Skt ... are described as having weak faculties, following the Śrāvaka Dharma, utilizing the Śrāvaka Piṭaka, being set on their own liberation, and cultivating detachment in order to attain ... pratyekabuddhayānika) are portrayed as also utilizing the Śrāvaka Piṭaka, they are said to have medium faculties, to follow the Pratyekabuddha Dharma ...