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3.
A great dancer.
Did you see that move? She's such a Naama!
by alcUtraZ January 14, 2011
 
1.
The most amazing girl you will ever meet, if you know a Naama never let her go. She will always end up making you happy no matter what mood you're in. She gives the best advice you will ever ask for. Naama is amazing at sports, dancing, and pretty much everything else she does too. She's funny, beautiful, athletic, and just the best person to be around. You can't ask for any more than a Naama. Let her love you, love her even more, you won't regret it. She may not be perfect, but she's as close as you'll get and trust me, she will be perfect to you.
Bro 1: Yo, who's that beauty over there?

Bro 2: Naama

Bro 1: Of course, how didn't I know that?
by 2bears December 30, 2012
 
2.
A kind, caring person that enjoys having a good time but generally has problems picking the right guys. She often has a guy best friend that's not gay. She loves to give advice to people and is great at it. Whenever you find a Naama, be sure to make her your friend, as she will be one of the best you will ever have.
Girl 1: Why is she crying?

Girl 2: She's such a Naama, that guy just dumped her.

Girl 1: Why did she pick him? He's such an asshole.
by brothersbutler January 14, 2011
 
4.
To sympathise with someone.
And/or to make light of a situation.

Mothers, as we all know, are very important people. It is derived from an Indian language - a traditional way of saying "No Mum!". In the case of this saying, "Mum"/"Ma" is in place of the person's name, who is being sympathised with. To signify at the time of the person's annoyance/irritation/upse tness they are the most important person around.

The antonym to this phrase is "Haa Ma!"
Nancy is upset as she does not receive a text from her boyfriend, so Shannon says "Naa Ma!" to show she understands her feelings and is there for her.
by nishnosh April 13, 2008
 
5.
To sympathise with someone.
And/or to make light of a situation.

Mothers, as we all know, are very important people. It is derived from an Indian language - a traditional way of saying "No Mum!". In the case of this saying, "Mum"/"Ma" is in place of the person's name, who is being sympathised with. To signify at the time of the person's annoyance/irritation/upsetness they are the most important person around.
Nancy is upset as she does not receive a text from her boyfriend, so Shannon says "Naa Ma!" to show she understands her feelings and is there for her.
by nishnosh April 02, 2008
 
6.
A nice person in general, but who tries to set her friends up and ends up ruining the friends' life.
Person 1: Ugh, I'm so mad!
Person 2: Why?
Person 1: Naama...
Person 2: I should have known.
by <34424 May 23, 2012