Definitions

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  • adv. Not.
  • adv. No.
  • Noun animate.
  • n. nanoamp
  • interj. Used to show disagreement or negation.
  • interj. Used to show agreement with a negative question.
  • interj. No.

Etymologies

From ne ("not") + ā ("ever"). (Wiktionary)
Development of Etymology 1, above; compare nah. (Wiktionary)
Abbreviations. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • US Agrees to Talks with Iran ',' To any naysayers who say President Obama has broken all his promises, I say, with all due respect: \ "na na na na na\": AP reports: The United States and five partner countries have accepted Iran\'s new offer to hold talks, even though Iran insists it will not negotiate over its disputed nuclear program, the State Department said Friday.

    Robert Naiman: GObama! US Agrees to Talks with Iran

  • In ko je bilo na tisoče let dela mojih prednikov «na sami evidentirajo in prenesla kot žive ZNANJE, si lahko stavil bom po svojih najboljših močeh prejemanje tega znanja.

    ideonexus.com »2007» februar

  • Ba beon obedient to hare dame in alle þing · bute i sunne ane · na þing nabben þet heo hit nute · ne underuo na  {130} þing

    Selections from early Middle English, 1130-1250 Part I: Texts

  • But if he really shot young Hazlewood—But I canna think it, Mr. Glossin; this will be some o’ your skits3now—I canna think it o’ sae douce a lad; —na, na, this is just some o’ your auld skits—ye’ll be for having a horning or a caption after him.

    Chapter XXXII

  • _ Thus it is said that all the gods are one god, and this is _pr [= a] na, _ identical with _brahma_ (Brihad [= A] ranyaka Upanishad, 3.9.9); or _pr [= a] na_ is so used as to be the same with spirit, though, on the other hand,

    The Religions of India Handbooks on the History of Religions, Volume 1, Edited by Morris Jastrow

  • XGACTATAN, seqttaqaam mirum, paoeos ex«tare na - Lyra* AE« HI» Honc Eli3i triboi potse mot eertos oppidoram in Elide sitorom, timide conjeetat; nam etai prima Elidis qoando ex Poljbio eonetat, Eleos ex ye - litera soleat esse H | poterat t«nien na« tere soo institato non fatsile in eivitates mas signari tom, cum id elementam coWisse» sed ruri soo fere adfixos Titam nondom fuit ab Elets receptom; deinde

    Doctrina nvmorvm vetervm conscripta a Josepho Eckhel ..

  • But in the epic Pur [= a] na it is distinctly stated as a Çruti, or trite saying, that if one repents he is freed from his sin; _na tat kury [= a] m punar_ is the formula he must use, 'I will not do so again,' and then he is released from even the sin that he is going to commit a second time, as if by a ceremony -- so is the Çruti in the laws,

    The Religions of India Handbooks on the History of Religions, Volume 1, Edited by Morris Jastrow

  • madam princess na homework u give me oh..as i reach house..na blog name for princess i dey rack my brain for...

    Change of name.

  • An impetuous, gusty wind is represented as lashing the ocean at Lehua, thus picturing the emotional stir attending Kalola's departure.] [Footnote 463: The words _Puwa-i'a na hoa makani_, which literally mean that the congress of winds, _na hoa makani_, have stirred up a commotion, even as a school of fish agitate the surface, of the ocean, _puwa-i'a_, refer to the scandal caused by Ka'i-ama's conduct.]

    Unwritten Literature of Hawaii The Sacred Songs of the Hula

  • Altogether his connexion with what I call the naïve criticism of the popular religion is unmistakable.

    Atheism in Pagan Antiquity

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  • (Fr.) So there! (childish)

    May 16, 2008

  • Na. Chemical element symbol for Sodium.

    December 16, 2007