Definitions for NANAˈnæn ə
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
Category: Common Vocabulary, Dialect
Origin of nana:
An affectionate term for one's grandmother.
Origin: Variant spelling of nanna.
The New Hacker's Dictionary
[Usenet] The newsgroups news.admin.net-abuse.*, devoted to fighting spam and network abuse. Each individual newsgroup is often referred to by adding a letter to NANA. For example, NANAU would refer to news.admin.net-abuse.usenet.When spam began to be a serious problem around 1995, and a loose network of anti-spammers formed to combat it, spammers immediately accused them of being the backbone cabal, or the Cabal reborn. Though this was not true, spam-fighters ironically accepted the label and the tag line “There is No Cabal” reappeared (later, and now commonly, abbreviated to “TINC”). Nowadays “the Cabal” is generally understood to refer to the NANA regulars.
Translations for NANA
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
a flavouring taken from a type of plant and used in sweets etc.
- نَعْنَع فُلْفُليArabic
- hortelãPortuguese (BR)
- die PfefferminzeGerman
- είδος δυόσμουGreek
- menta, hierbabuenaSpanish
- menthe (poivrée)French
- पुदीने का सत्वHindi
- menta piperitaItalian
- شمشوبى ،سارايي ويلني ( بيلنيPashto
- мята перечнаяRussian
- poprova metaSlovenian
- 薄荷Chinese (Trad.)
- پپرمنٹ، ايک قسم کا پودينہUrdu
- dầu bạc hàVietnamese
- 薄荷Chinese (Simp.)
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