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bana

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Crimean Tatar

Adverb

bana

  1. a second ago, just now

Hiligaynon

Noun

bana

  1. husband

Icelandic

Verb

bana (+ dative) (banaði)

  1. to kill
    Kennari banar nemanda sinum.
    A teacher kills his student.
  2. (poetic)to slay
    Hetjan banaði drekanum.
    The hero slew the dragon.

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Occitan

Etymology

Compare Catalan banya

Noun

bana f.

  1. horn (animal’s head)

Old English

Etymology

From Germanic: cognate with Old Frisian bona, Old Saxon bano, Old High German bano, Old Norse bani.

Pronunciation

Noun

bana weak m

  1. a slayer, a murderer
    Hie næfre his banan folgian noldon. They never would pursue his murderer. (Saxon Chronicles)
  2. something which causes death

Descendants


Swedish

Inflection for bana Singular Plural
common Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative bana banan banor banorna
Genitive banas banans banors banornas

Pronunciation

Noun

bana c.

  1. path, (race) track

Turkish

Pronoun

bana

  1. me, to me, for me

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