Nada

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  • Nāda, in ancient Indian metaphysics, is the spiritual sound that fills the entire cosmos. Nada may also refer to:

Other words in foreign languages[edit]

  • Dew in Arabic (used as male and female first name)
  • Hope in Serbo-Croatian
  • Nothing in Galician, Portuguese, and Spanish

Places[edit]

People[edit]

People with the stage name[edit]

People with the given name[edit]

People with the surname[edit]

  • Youssef Nada (born 1931), Egyptian businessman and financial strategist

Arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

Films[edit]

  • Nada (1947 film), a 1947 Spanish film, directed by Edgar Neville, based on Carmen Laforet's novel
  • Nada (1974 film), a French film, also known as The Nada Gang, directed by Claude Chabrol in 1974, based on Jean-Patrick Manchette's novel

Literature[edit]

Music[edit]

Groups[edit]

Albums[edit]

Songs[edit]

Other arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

  • Nada (magazine), a Bosnian cultural magazine published between 1895 and 190
  • John Nada, the main character from John Carpenter's film They Live, portrayed by Roddy Piper

Other uses[edit]

  • Lady Master Nada, according to the New Age religion the Church Universal and Triumphant, the female Ascended master governing the "Sixth Ray"
  • Nada High School, in Hyogo, Japan
  • RK Nada, a rugby union club from Split, Croatia

Acronyms[edit]

NADA may stand for:

See also[edit]