mother of the ancient Irish gods; sometimes identified with Danu
a collection of anecdotes about a person or place
In a direction analogous to up, but along the additional axis added by the fourth dimension.
Origin: From Greek ἀνά (aná), of each.
of each; an equal quantity; as, wine and honey, ana (or, contracted, aa), / ij., that is, of wine and honey, each, two ounces
Origin: [The neut. pl. ending of Latin adjectives in -anus.]
Ana is a solo album by American guitarist Ralph Towner recorded in 1996 and released on the ECM label.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
ā′na, a suffix to names of persons or places, denoting a collection of memorable sayings, items of gossip, or miscellaneous facts, as Johnsoniana, Tunbrigiana, &c.: applied also to the literature of some special subject, as Boxiana, Burnsiana, Shakespeariana.—n.pl. specially a collection of the table-talk of some one. [The neut. pl. termination of L. adjectives in -anus = pertaining to.]
The numerical value of ANA in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of ANA in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
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They are so serious that we started a criminal investigation related to the procurement of the ANA uniforms.
These problems are serious, they are so serious that we started a criminal investigation related to the procurement of the ANA uniforms.
They killed 17 people, while seven people were injured. They went to Ba'ana Imam, a few kilometers (miles) away, and killed seven people.
This [the Santa Ana winds] usually happens to some extent every year, but, like all natural phenomenons, happens more severely some years than others.
This [ the Santa Ana winds ] usually happens to some extent every year, but, like all natural phenomena, happens more severely some years than others.
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