a word formerly used in communications to represent the letter N.
a female given name.
variant of before a vowel:
a leavened, often tear-shaped flatbread of India, baked in a tandoor.
a child’s words for grandmother
another name for nan bread
fem. proper name, usually a familiar form of Ann before the 20c. rise in popularity of Nancy. From c.1700 as a characteristic name for a serving maid. As short for nanny, etc., from 1940.
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[nan-uh] /ˈnæn ə/ noun 1. Chiefly Northeastern U.S. grandmother; grandma. 2. Gulf States. . 3. Chiefly Southeastern U.S. a child’s nursemaid; nanny. /ˈnɑːnə/ noun 1. (slang) a fool 2. (Austral, slang) the head 3. (Austral, slang) do one’s nana, to become very angry 4. (Austral, slang) off one’s nana, mad; insane child’s word for “grandmother” […]
[nuh-nahy] /nəˈnaɪ/ noun, plural Nanais (especially collectively) Nanai. 1. . [nuh-nahy] /nəˈnaɪ/ noun, plural Nanays (especially collectively) Nanay for 1. 1. a member of a Tungusic people, traditionally hunters and fishermen, who inhabit the lower Amur Valley in southeastern Siberia and northeastern Manchuria. 2. the language of the Nanays.
[nuh-nahy-moh] /nəˈnaɪ moʊ/ noun 1. a port in SW British Columbia, in SW Canada, on the SE part of Vancouver Island.