- Variant spelling of nanna. (Wiktionary)
- Of baby-talk origin. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Andrew Carle, a former rehab hospital director who now directs a senior housing program at George Mason University, coined the term "nana technologies" for such things.”
“MIss nana is the hottest ive heard ... if u agree of disagree visit missnana sit .. www. missnana.com”
“(My own mother, for example - "nana" - comes to look after my kids twice a week: She would easily win a GAS case, I bet, if I divorced my wife and she tried maliciously to block nana's access.)”
“I was tense on Friday night because my nana is returning from her month of respite this week, and I am dreading it, and when I tried talking to Llew about it, he wasn’t interested, didn’t want to know, and asked me what the hell my problem was because he couldn’t see the big deal.”
“I aku keia, "He kamaaina no ko makou mea nana i alakai mai, oia hoi kela wahi kanaka nana i olelo mai ia oe no Kauakahialii.”
“A lohe o Ihuanu i keia olelo a Aiwohikupua, i mai la oia, "He oi oe o ke kanaka nana i olelo hookano iho nei wau imua o keia aha a pau, owau no ka oi mamua o na kanaka a pau, a ke olelo mai nei hoi oe i ekolu aku ma keia aoao, a heaha la oe i mua o'u?”
“Ia manawa, olelo aku kahi kanaka nana i ike mua ia”
“His nana was a true believer in taking a dogs food away if it growled, which is wrong, it made her anxious and protective.”
“I prank called my nana today ... right in front of her!”
“These are told as legend but, of course, as a reader we surmise the truth; things like how "nana" must be nanotech that provide longevity to the old-fathers.”
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