Yana

[n] - a member of an extinct North American Indian people who lived in the Pit river valley in northern California 2. [n] - the Yanan language spoken by the Yana people
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Yana

noun the Yanan language spoken by the Yana
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Yana

[Buddhism] Yāna (Sanskrit and Pāli: `vehicle`) refers to a mode or method of spiritual practice in Buddhism, and in particular to divisions of various schools of Buddhism according to their type of practice. ==Nomenclature, etymology and orthography== In form, yāna is a neuter action noun (comparable to an English gerund) derived from th...
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Yana

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Yana

Hokan-speaking North American Indians formerly living along the eastern tributaries of the upper Sacramento River, from the Pit River to southwest of ...
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YANA

Vehicle. Usually; specific path/system of Buddhist practice.
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Yana

Yana is an English name for girls. The meaning is `admirable, favored` The name Yana is most commonly given to Flemish girls. The chances are 50 times greater that girls are called Yana there. What do they use in other countries? Yanis Yannick Yan An (Dutch) Anh Ana (Spanish) Noek Anice Yanik Nouk (Dutch) Vanja (Scandinavian) Yannique The name soun...
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