[an-uh;; Russian ah-nuh] /ˈæn ə;; Russian ˈɑ nə/ (Show IPA), (Anna Andreyevna Gorenko) 1889–1966, Russian poet.
Anna (ˈannə). pseudonym of Anna Gorenko. 1889–1966, Russian poet: noted for her concise and intensely personal lyrics
- Anna christie
a play (1921) by Eugene O’Neill. Contemporary Examples I remember going back to see her, after a matinee at the Young Vic of Anna Christie. Earthy Beauty Peter Eyre March 18, 2009
(Anna) Eleanor, 1884–1962, U.S. diplomat, author, and lecturer (wife of Franklin Delano Roosevelt). Edith Kermit Carow, 1861–1948, U.S. First Lady 1901–09 (wife of Theodore Roosevelt). Franklin Delano [del-uh-noh] /ˈdɛl əˌnoʊ/ (Show IPA), (“FDR”) 1882–1945, 32nd president of the U.S. 1933–45. Theodore (“Teddy”; “T.R”) 1858–1919, 26th president of the U.S. 1901–09: Nobel Peace Prize 1906. Rio. […]
Anna, 1895–1982, British psychoanalyst, born in Austria (daughter of Sigmund Freud). Lucian, 1932–2011, British painter, born in Germany; grandson of Sigmund Freud. Sigmund [sig-muh nd;; German zeekh-moo nt] /ˈsɪg mənd;; German ˈzix mʊnt/ (Show IPA), 1856–1939, Austrian neurologist: founder of psychoanalysis. Contemporary Examples Freud said he had never thought about having so many children—when asked […]
- Anna shaw
Anna Howard, 1847–1919, U.S. physician, reformer, and suffragist, born in England. Artie (Arthur Arshawsky) 1910–2004, U.S. clarinetist and bandleader. George Bernard, 1856–1950, Irish dramatist, critic, and novelist: Nobel prize 1925. Henry Wheeler, . Irwin, 1913–84, U.S. dramatist and author. Richard Norman, 1831–1912, English architect, born in Scotland. Thomas Edward, . Historical Examples Let Dr. anna […]