Masha / Маша

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Masha can refer to:

Masha, a Russian diminutive form of the name Maria
In the Russian language, Masha (Маша) is a diminutive of Maria. The meaning is not known for certain, but there are several theories including "sea of bitterness", "rebelliousness", and "wished for child". However it was most likely originally an Egyptian name, perhaps derived in part from my "beloved" or "love". It has been used as a nickname or as a pet name for women named Maria or Marie. An alternative spelling in the Latin alphabet is "Macha".
Masha (mass), an Indian traditional measure of weight
A masha is a traditional Indian unit of mass, now standardized as 0.97 grams.
Masha (Tokyo Mew Mew), a fictional robot in the Tokyo Mew Mew anime and manga series
Masha is a robot created to detect chimera animas and mew aqua. Originally called by her model number of R2000, Ichigo renames her "Masha" after Masaya. After the aliens are defeated, Masha chooses to stay with Ichigo when she goes to London with Masaya. In addition to detecting the chimera animas, Masha eats the jelly-fish like parasites that come out of the victims after they are defeated. She can also merge with mew aqua found by the Mew Mews to transform into the Mew Aqua Rod, allowing any of the Mew Mews to perform the Ribbon Aqua Drops healing attack. Primarily communicating by repeating the sounds "pi" and "tweet", Masha does not appear to be designed to support high level speech initially, though in Tokyo Mew Mew a la Mode she is once shown speaking in a complete sentence. In the Tokyo Mew Mew anime adaptation, Masha is male instead of female, has a more extensive vocabulary, and tries - unsuccessfully - to assist the Mew Mews in some battles. In the original Japanese series, he is voiced by Junko Noda. In the Mew Mew Power English adaptation, his name is changed to Minimew and he is voiced by Tom Wayland.
Masha, a town in Ethiopia, part of Masha Anderacha
Masha Anderacha is one of the 77 woredas in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples' Region of Ethiopia. Part of the Keficho Shekicho Zone, Masha Anderacha is bordered on the south by Yeki, on the west and north by the Oromia Region, and on the east by Gesha. Towns in Masha Anderacha include Gecha and Masha, as well as the village and former capital of the Kingdom of Kaffa, Anderaccha.
Masha or Masa, a land to the west of Hatti during the Late Bronze Age
Nickname for Maria Sharapova
Maria Yuryevna Sharapova (Russian: Мария Юрьевна Шарапова, Mariya Yur'evna Sharapova; born April 19, 1987) is a Russian-born American-Russian professional tennis player. A former World No. 1 and the first female Russian player to be ranked no. 1, as a result of injury-induced absence from the sport, currently ranked World No. 64 by the Women's Tennis Association on April 20, 2009. Sharapova has won three Grand Slam singles titles. In 2004, at the age of 17, she won Wimbledon, defeating Serena Williams in the final. She has since won the 2006 US Open, defeating Justine Henin in the final, and the 2008 Australian Open, defeating Ana Ivanovic in the final.