Origin of nana
Examples from the Web for nana
Some factories do not employ Muslims on the premises who can oversee the process, Nana said.
Stern looks and mini-head shakes to Nana when she brought it up during her Christmas visit.Telling My Family That I’m Leaving Again for Afghanistan|Nick Willard|April 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Maybe it is the sheltered liberals who are trying to have their Tea Nana and drink it too.
Uploaded to YouTube on March 6th, the video of Nana dancing has already gained over a million views.Dancing Nana: 88-Year-Old Grandmother Gets Down to Retro Tunes|Anna Klassen|March 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
My father and I both have inherited our rebellious personalities from Nana.Meghan McCain on Her Grandmother Roberta McCain’s 100th Birthday|Meghan McCain|February 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He now went to Mass, and was furious with his father-in-law, who was ruining the family on account of Nana.A Zola Dictionary|J. G. Patterson
The blow was so smart that Nana suddenly found herself lying down again with her head on the pillow.
Then someone said something about holy water, so Nana was sent to the church with a bottle.L'Assommoir|Emile Zola
Nana Sahib's body was then cremated, and the ashes were committed to the river.
Abdullah and Nana made a trip to the city with the parents and uncle of Kadija to buy her wedding dresses.Our Little Persian Cousin|E. Cutler Shedd
Word Origin for nana
child's word for "grandmother" or, sometimes, "nurse," first recorded c.1844 (see nanny).