Oba or OBA may refer to:
  • Oba (ruler)
    Oba (ruler)
    Oba is a West African synonym for monarch, one that is usually applied to the Yoruba and Edo rulers of the region. It is also often used by their traditional subjects to refer to other kings and queens, such as Elizabeth I of England, in their native languages.-Edo account of the word's origin:The...

    , an African ruler or king
  • Oba (goddess)
    Oba (goddess)
    In Yoruba mythology, Ọba or Obbá is the first wife of Shango, the third king of the Oyo Empire and the Yoruba Undergod of thunder and lightning. Obbá is said to be an Orisha of the river. She was the daughter of Yemaja and one of the consorts of Shango. She is said to have given her husband her...

    , in Yoruba mythology
  • Oba, an island in the North Maluku
    North Maluku
    North Maluku is a province of northeastern Indonesia. It covers the northern part of the Maluku Islands, which are split between it and the province of Maluku. Maluku province used to cover the entire group...

     province of Indonesia
  • Oba-Igbomina, a town in Nigeria
  • Office Business Applications
    Office Business Applications
    Office Business Applications are an emerging class of application that helps businesses unlock the value of their Line of Business systems and turn document-based processes into real applications....

    , software which uses applications within the Microsoft Office system
  • Oklahoma Bankers Association
    Oklahoma Bankers Association
    The Oklahoma Bankers Association is a trade association based in Oklahoma City, representing 270 member banks. It has been running for over one hundred years. It assists its members with government relations, educational programs, and other products and services. Roger M. Beverage serves as the...

    , a trade association in Oklahoma, U.S.
  • Oklahoma Bar Association, the state bar (legal association) of Oklahoma, U.S.
  • On base average, in baseball statistics
  • One Bermuda Alliance
    One Bermuda Alliance
    The One Bermuda Alliance is a political party in Bermuda. It is a result of a May 2011 merger of most members of Bermuda's two main opposition parties, the United Bermuda Party and the Bermuda Democratic Alliance. - History :...

    , a Bermuda political party
  • Openbare Bibliotheek Amsterdam
    Openbare Bibliotheek Amsterdam
    The Openbare Bibliotheek Amsterdam is a collective name for all public libraries in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The first library opened in 1919 at the Keizersgracht. As of 2007, there are 28 public libraries and 43 lending points, such as in hospitals...

    , the public library of Amsterdam
  • Optical Brightening Agent, a type of dye used in fabric and paper
  • Out-of-band agreement
    Out-of-band agreement
    In the exchange of information over a communications channel, anout-of-band agreement is an agreement or understanding betweenthe communicating parties that is not included in any message sent...

    , in communications
  • Output-based aid
    Output-based aid
    Output-based aid refers to development aid strategies that link the delivery of public services in developing countries to targeted performance-related subsidies...

    , a type of aid to support the delivery of public services in developing countries
  • Oxygen Breathing Apparatus
    Oxygen Breathing Apparatus
    An Oxygen Breathing Apparatus or OBA is a rebreather. It is used primarily in firefighting. Its oxygen is generated by chemicals contained in the green canister, which is inserted at the base of the breathing device....

    , an emergency oxygen supply system used by the US Navy
  • Orange Beach, Alabama
    Orange Beach, Alabama
    Orange Beach is a city in Baldwin County, Alabama, United States. At the 2000 census the population was 3,784. It is part of the Daphne–Fairhope–Foley Micropolitan Statistical Area.-Geography:...

    , OBA - Orange Beach Alabama
  • OBA, Oxford Business Alumni
  • A Japanese name for Perilla
    Perilla is the common name of the herbs of the genus Perilla of the mint family, Lamiaceae. In mild climates, the plant reseeds itself. There are both green-leafed and purple-leafed varieties, which are generally recognized as separate species by botanists. The leaves resemble stinging nettle...

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