1. ABBA; formerly named Björn & Benny, Agnetha & Anni-Frid or Björn & Benny, Agnetha & Frida) are a Swedish pop supergroup formed in Stockholm in 1972 by Agnetha Fältskog, Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson, and Anni-Frid Lyngstad.

The group’s name is an acronym of the first letters of their first names arranged as a palindrome.

They are one of the most popular and successful musical groups of all time, and are one of the best-selling music acts in the history of popular music, topping the charts worldwide from 1974 to 1982, and in 2022.

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2. ABBA, in poetry, a rhyme scheme also known as enclosed rhyme

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3. Abba is a town in Nwangele Local Government Area (LGA) in Imo State, Nigeria. Abba consists of four communities. Listed in order of seniority they are Umuokpara, Umudurunna, Ekiti-Afor, and Ogwuaga; the four communities encompass twenty-eight villages.

Etymologically, the word Abba means father, which in common usage is called „Abba Nna“. The first traditional ruler of Abba was Eze Madukwem Emmanuel Unaka (Uburu 1 of Abba), succeeded by Eze Ndubueze Maduabuchukwu (Uburu II of Abba).

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4. Abba is an unincorporated community in Irwin County, in the U.S. state of Georgia. A post office called Abba was established in 1884, and remained in operation until 1954. Besides the post office, Abba contained a railway depot.

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5. Abba is a sub-prefecture of Nana-Mambéré in the Central African Republic. In May 2002, Abba became the capital of the fourth sub-prefecture of Nana-Mambéré by dismemberment of the sub-prefecture of Baboua.

On 19 August 2020 rebel groups Return, Reclamation, Rehabilitation reportedly moved its headquarters there. On 5 March 2021 Abba was recaptured by government forces.

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6. The Abba is a river in the South West region of Western Australia. The headwaters of the river rise in the Whicher Range in the Millbrook State Forest then flow in a northerly direction.

The river crosses the Vasse Highway and then through Wonnerup Siding before discharging into the Vasse Estuary East of Busselton and finally the Indian Ocean.

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7. Abba, Anambra State, a place in Anambra State, Nigeria

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8. Abba (given name);

Abba of Acre (3rd century), Jewish religious scholar

Abba Arika (175-247), Jewish/Babylonian religious scholar

Abba bar Abba (2nd-3rd century), Jewish/Babylonian religious scholar

Abba bar Zabdai (3rd century), Jewish/Palestinian religious scholar

Abba ben Joseph bar Ḥama (270-350), Jewish/Babylonian religious scholar known in the Talmud as Rava

Abba Mordechai Berman (1919-2005), Polish Jewish rabbi and religious scholar

Abba Hilkiah (1st century), Jewish Hasidic sage

Abba Jose ben Hanan (1st century), Jewish sage and tanna

Abba Mari (13th-14th century), French/Jewish rabbi

Abba Mari ben Simson Anatoli (c. 1194–1256), a French/Jewish scholar and translator of Arabic texts

Raba (Rabbah) Bar Jeremiah (Also called „Abba“), a Jewish Talmudist

Abba (count), a Frisian count

Abba Thulle, ibedul of Koror

Abba Ahimeir (1897-1962), Russian Jewish journalist, historian, and Zionist

Abba Eban (1915–2002), Israeli diplomat and politician, and President of the Weizmann Institute of Science

Abba Gerasimus (5th century), Lycian Christian monk and abbot revered as a saint

Abba Gindin (b. 1946), Finnish/Israeli ice hockey player

Abba Habib, Nigerian politician

Abbot „Abbie“ Hoffman, whose Hebrew name was Abba

Abba Hushi (1898-1969), Israeli politician

Abba Kovner (1918-1987), Lithuanian Jewish/Israeli poet, writer, and partisan leader

Abba Kyari (1938-2020), Nigerian military officer, governor, and business leader

Abba P. Lerner (1903–1982), American economist

Abba Musa Rimi (b. 1940), Nigerian politician, governor of Kaduna State

Abba Hillel Silver (1893–1963), U.S. Rabbi and Zionist leader

Abba Goold Woolson (1838-1921), American writer

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9. Surname:

Bérangère Abba (born 1976), French politician

Cele Abba (1906–1992), Italian stage and film actress

Dimi Mint Abba (1958–2011), Mauritanian musician

Giuseppe Cesare Abba (1838–1910), Italian patriot and writer

Marta Abba (1900–1988), Italian stage actress

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10. a title given to a bishop in various Middle Eastern and African Christian churches.

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