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There are 10 four-letter words containing 2A and B

ABAC-abac n. (mathematics) A nomogram.
ABAC n. (computing) Initialism of attribute-based access control.
ABAS-abas n. plural of aba.
abas n. Alternative spelling of abbasi.
à bas interj. Down with. [First attested in 1897.].
ABBA-abba n. (Christianity, Judaism) Father; religious superior; in the Syriac, Coptic, and Ethiopic churches, a title.
abba n. Alternative form of aba.
Abba n. (Christianity) Father, an honorific title given to God in the New Testament, especially used in prayers.
ALBA-alba n. A type of lyrical poetry, traditionally Provençal, about lovers who must part at dawn.
alba n. A white-flowered shrub rose of the hybrid Rosa × alba.
alba n. A flower of the hybrid Rosa × alba.
ARBA-Sorry, definition not available.
BAAL-Baal p.n. (mythology, biblical) A storm and fertility god of the Phoenician and Canaanite pantheons, reckoned as.
Baal p.n. (mythology, biblical, sometimes lowercase) Various other Baalim, understood as distinct patron gods or.
Baal p.n. (Christianity) One of the demons or fallen angels of Satan.
BAAS-baas n. (South Africa) An employer, a boss. Frequently as a form of address.
baas n. plural of baa.
baas v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of baa.
BABA-baba n. A kind of sponge cake soaked in rum-flavoured syrup.
baba n. (esp. among people of East European ancestry) A grandmother.
baba n. An old woman, especially a traditional old woman from an eastern European culture.
CABA-caba n. (dated) A cabas, or lady's bag.
Caba p.n. A surname​.
YABA-ya ba n. (rare, chiefly Asia) A tablet containing a mix of methamphetamine and caffeine, popular among drug users.

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