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Nana

Nana in Barrie's Peter Pan (1911), name of the dog which is the children's nurse. Because Mr Darling has ordered Nana to be shut outside in her kennel, the nursery is left unguarded.

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nana

nan·a / ˈnanə/ • n. inf. one's grandmother.

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Ñāna

Ñāna: see JÑĀNA (Buddhism).

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nana

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