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WA, Wa or wa may mean:
- Wa, Ghana, a city in northern Ghana
- Wa State, a de facto independent state in Burma
- Wales, a United Kingdom constituent country.
- Washington, a United States state
- Western Australia, an Australian state
- Westminster Academy, a classical Christian school in Memphis, Tennessee, United States
- Woodstock Academy, a public high school in Woodstock, Connecticut, United States
- Worcester Academy, a private high school in Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
- Westford Academy, a public high school in Westford, Massachusetts, United States
- Va people (佤), an ethnic group in China and Myanmar
- Wa (Japan) (倭), an old Chinese name for Japan
- Wa (Japan) (和), a shortened name for Japan, used in complex words
- Wa (kana), romanisation of the Japanese kana わ and ワ
- Wa (unit), a Thai unit of measurement
- Walloon language (ISO 639 alpha-2, wa)
- Wa (album), an album from Cameroonian artist Henri Dikongué
- Wild Arms, a PlayStation role-playing game
- Worms Armageddon, a turn-based strategy computer game
- Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War: Winter Assault, a strategy game
- Winamp, Windows multimedia player
- The Sims 3: World Adventures, the first expansion pack to The Sims 3.
- Wa, a fictional country in Kara-Tur of the Forgotten Realms universe
- Wolfram Alpha, a computational knowledge engine
- The Wassenaar Arrangement, an arms control arrangement
- Western Arms, a Japan-based airsoft manufacturer
- KLM Cityhopper (IATA airline designator)
- Western Airlines (IATA airline designator) (defunct)
- WWE With Authority!, an online card game
- WA, an abbreviation for The Wine Advocate
- Weimarer Ausgabe, Weimar Edition of Luther's works
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