Nana

(from the article `Manet, Édouard`) When painting Nana (1877), Manet was inspired by the character of a woman of the demimonde whom Zola first introduced in his novel L`Assommoir (1877; ...
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Nana

(from the article `Zola, Émile`) ...Zola`s use of slang, not only by the characters but by the narrator, and his vivid paintings of crowds in motion lend authenticity and power to ... ...Drunkard or L`Assommoir), the sexual decadence of the upper classes in La Curée (1872; The Kill) and Nana (1880; Eng. trans. Nana), and t...
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Nana

[Afghan goddess] Nana was a goddess in the ancient area corresponding to Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Pakistan and Northwest India. She can already be seen on seals of the Bactria-Margiana Archaeological Complex, dating to 2500-1500 BCE. She was typically depicted as a seated martial goddess, escorted by a lion. She was apparently brought fro...
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[chief] Kas-tziden (`Broken Foot”) or Haškɛnadɨltla (`Angry, He is Agitated”), more widely known by his Mexican-Spanish appellation Nana (`grandma” or `lullaby”) (1800? – 1896), was a warrior and chief of the Chihenne band (better known as Warm Springs Apache) of the Chiricahua Apache. In the 1850s and 1860s he was one of the b...
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[echos] Phthora nana (Greek φθορά νανὰ) is one of the ten modes of the Hagiopolitan Octoechos consisting of 8 diatonic echoi and two additional phthorai. It is used in different traditions of Orthodox chant until today (→ Neobyzantine Octoechos). The name `nana` is taken from the syllables (written in ligatures `ʅʅ`) sung duri...
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Nana

[given name] Nana is a given name either feminine (in なな, ナナ, 奈々, 那奈 or 奈南, among others, Korea (나나) or Europe (ნანა or Nάνα)) or masculine (in Ghana or India). It has different meanings depending on the language of origin. In Georgia, Nana is the fifth most popular given name for girls. In Ghana, among th...
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Nana

[painting] Nana is a painting by French painter Édouard Manet. It was completed in 1877 and was refused at the Salon of Paris the same year. The work is now at the Kunsthalle Hamburg art museum in Germany. The painting shows a young and beautiful woman who stands before a mirror with two extinguished candles, her face turned to the spectat...
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[title] Nana is a Ghanaian title. Amongst the Akan clans of Ghana, the word Nana generally denotes social eminence derived from either nobility or advanced age. It is most often used as a pre-nominal honorific by individuals who are entitled to it due to the former of the two ( E.g. kings and chieftains such as Otumfuo Nana Osei Tutu II, th...
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7
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Nana

Banana.
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Nana

Chiricahua Apache Indian warrior who was one of the leaders in the Apaches` final resistance against white domination.
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In Sumerian mythology, Nana was a virgin mother goddess of the Spirit of vegetation and fertility. A beloved consort of kings.
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Nana

Nana is a Hawaiian name for boys and girls. The meaning is `Spring` The name Nana is most commonly given to English and Welsh girls. (8 times more often than to American girls.) The name sounds like: Nona, Nina, Nani, Nanna, Nania, Nann, Nyna, Nena Similar names are: Lana, Hana, Iana, Dana, Nanda, Gana, Jana, Nava, Nata, Nada, Naia, Rana, Sana, Tan...
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Nana is slang for banana.
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nana

seven (sometimes used instead of shichi)
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