a leavened, often tear-shaped flatbread from South Asia, baked in a tandoor.
Sometimes non . any of various leavened, oven-baked flatbreads from Central and Southeast Asia.
- Sometimes nan .
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How to use naan in a sentence
She made a promise to her naan’s dying son that she would always take care of his mother, and that her naan would never be hungry.Loggers could soon slice through one of the most important forests in the US | By Bjorn Dihle/ Outdoor Life | September 30, 2020 | Popular-Science
Between bites of samosas and the naan, guests discussed immigration, linguistics, and the London Olympics.Newsweek & The Daily Beast-Open Hands Prize Ceremony: India in the 21st Century | Sujay Kumar | June 22, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
naan dunked in matzoh ball soup, served by a Yiddish-speaking waiter from Madras.
The Hungry Beast caught up with him to break some virtual naan and ask 12.
There was great danger to the morals and religion of the Is´ra-el-ites in the land of Ca´naan.
If they had stayed in Ca´naan the chosen family would have become lost among the heathen.
It was the purpose of Mo´ses to lead the people at once from Ka´desh up to Ca´naan.
Forty years after they crossed the Jor´dan, and entered Ca´naan a drilled and trained host, a conquering army.
What king, long after Josh´u-a, completed the conquest of Ca´naan?
British Dictionary definitions for naan
another name for nan bread
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