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  • noun rare, informal Banana.

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Examples

  • 'banan' in Arabic, means finger, suggesting that the bananas then, were of the small variety.

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  • They contain vitamins and tasty sugars, and the word banana comes from an Arab-language word, banan, which means “finger.”

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  • They contain vitamins and tasty sugars, and the word banana comes from an Arab-language word, banan, which means “finger.”

    E Is for Environment

  • Aaahahahaha, vilken tur att man drog sig ur den banan!

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  • On this day Ed had declared to Scott and Johnny that the snow conditions were right for taking the banan peel down the steep face of the hill behind the house.

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  • Take a look at the definite article for instance, which is denoted by a suffix in the Scandinavian languages ("bord-et", "banan-en"), and only precedes nouns as a distinct word in the West Germanic manner when the nouns are qualified by adjectives ("det nye hus" instead of "huset").

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  • "Go getta da banan, or I slice you up fora de chuck," repeated the supposed Italian, rising slowly from his seat by the fire and advancing toward Ten-Ichi; but he had not taken a step before he found himself looking into the muzzle of a pistol, and Patsy, in his capacity as host over the meal, said sourly:

    A Woman at Bay Or, a Fiend in Skirts

  • I hava da bunch uh banan in da tree ifa you want more chuck.

    A Woman at Bay Or, a Fiend in Skirts

  • Line 319 (158) [2], _banan_ (misreads MS. in footnote).

    The Translations of Beowulf A Critical Bibliography

  • Then I have a cart and sell fruit, banan, orange, apple, in de street, four year.

    A Busy Year at the Old Squire's

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  • The color of a ripe banana.

    June 22, 2015