a river in E Africa, in Kenya, flowing SE to the Indian Ocean. 500 miles (800 km) long.
Lake. Also, Tsana. a lake in NW Ethiopia: the source of the Blue Nile. 1100 sq. mi. (2850 sq. km).
a small Madagascan lemur, Phaner furcifer
a large tree shrew, Tupaia tana, of Sumatra and Borneo
Lake Tana, Lake Tsana, a lake in NW Ethiopia, on a plateau 1800 m (6000 ft) high: the largest lake of Ethiopia; source of the Blue Nile. Area: 3673 sq km (1418 sq miles)
a river in E Kenya, rising in the Aberdare Range and flowing in a wide curve east to the Indian Ocean: the longest river in Kenya. Length: 708 km (440 miles)
a river in NE Norway, flowing generally northeast as part of the border between Norway and Finland to the Arctic Ocean by Tana Fjord. Length: about 320 km (200 miles) Finnish name Teno
noun, plural Tananas (especially collectively) Tanana for 2. 1. a river flowing NW from E Alaska to the Yukon River. About 650 miles (1045 km) long. 2. a member of a North American Indian people of the Tanana River drainage basin in east-central Alaska. 3. the Athabaskan language of the Tanana. noun 1. a river […]
noun 1. former name of Antananarivo. noun 1. the former name of Antananarivo
noun 1. a legendary queen of Rome who prophesied the future greatness of Servius Tullius and helped him to gain the throne after the murder of her husband by a political faction.
1. the bark of the oak, hemlock, etc., bruised and broken by a mill and used especially in tanning hides. 2. a surface covered with pieces of tanbark, especially a circus ring. noun 1. the bark of certain trees, esp the oak and hemlock, used as a source of tannin Often shortened to tan