Guba

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Guba may refer to:

  • Guba, Azerbaijan (also spelled Quba), a city in and the capital of the Quba Rayon
  • Guba River, a river near Indwe, Eastern Cape (South Africa). Now also a farming project uniting about 40 land claims into one large farm.
  • Guba Koricha, a woreda in Ethiopia
  • Guba Lafto, a woreda in Ethiopia
  • Guba (woreda), a woreda in Ethiopia
  • Cyclone Guba, a tropical cyclone in Australasia, 2007
  • Dávid Guba (born 1991), a Slovak football player
  • Robert Guba Aisi, the current Permanent Representative of Papua New Guinea to the United Nations in New York
  • Yuri Guba (Russian: Юрий Васильевич Губа; born 1984), a Russian professional football player
  • a Russian word (Russian: Губа) for gulf, bay or fjord like in :
    • Belushya Guba, a settlement in Arkhangelsk, Russia
    • Kislaya Guba, a fjord on the Kola Peninsula near Murmansk, Russia
    • Knyazhaya Guba (Russian: Княжая Губа), a rural locality in Kandalakshskiy District of Murmansk Oblast, Russia
    • Ura-Guba, a rural locality in Kolsky District of Murmansk Oblast, Russia
    • Sayda Guba, a rural locality in Gadzhiyevo municipality of Murmansk Oblast, Russia
    • Tik-Guba, a rural locality in Apatity municipality of Murmansk Oblast, Russia
    • Ura-Guba, a rural locality in Kolsky District of Murmansk Oblast, Russia
    • Vayda-Guba, a rural locality in Pechengsky District of Murmansk Oblast, Russia
  • a word for leprosy in some languages like Croatian, like in Jakub Štofik je guba
  • a Hungarian prehistoric coat made of coarse knotted cloth
  • a mourning chant sung by guests at an ancient Irish Aonach.
  • The Ghana UK-Based Achievement Awards (GUBA Awards), an annual British awards ceremony which recognises the ‘hugely significant’ contribution that British-Ghanaians make to society