YA

YA may refer to:

  • Young adult literature, a library and publishing classification
  • Yottampere, a unit of measurement
  • Yet another, a common initial part of acronyms
  • Yahoo! Answers, a community-driven question-and-answer site
  • Young Ace, a Japanese magazine
  • YoungArts, a scholarship program for American high school students

yA may refer to:

  • Yoctoampere, a unit of measurement

Ya may refer to:

  • Ya (Cyrillic) (Я), a Cyrillic alphabet letter (which, on its own, means "I" in several Slavic languages)
  • Yodh also written as Yaa, an Arabic letter
  • A vocative particle in Arabic and other Semitic languages.
  • Ya (kana), the Romanisation of the Japanese kana や and ヤ
  • Ya (arrow), the Japanese word for arrow

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Utøya - 2011 Attack
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Kirby: Right Back At Ya!
... Kirby Right Back At Ya!, known in Japan as Kirby of the Stars (星のカービィ, Hoshi no Kābī?), is an anime series based on Nintendo's Kirby franchise ... and aired in North America on 4Kids TV under the name Kirby Right Back at Ya! The series has since been released in other languages, including Bulgarian, Mandarin Chinese, Cantonese ...
Kvamsøya
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Navya-Nyāya
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