Sara vs Nana - What's the difference?

sara | nana |

As a noun sara

is .

As a verb sara

is .

As an adjective nana is




(wikipedia Sara)

Proper noun

(en proper noun)
  • .
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  • Through faith also Sara herself received strength to conceive seed, and was delivered of a child when she was past age, because she judged him faithful who had promised.
  • *1850 (Dinah Craik), Olive , Chapman and Hall, page 151:
  • Olive learnt that her young beauty's name, so far from being anything so fine as Maddalena, was plain Sarah — or Sara , as its owner took care to explain. Olive was rather disappointed - but she thought of Coleridge's ladye love; consoled herself, and tried to console the young lady, with repeating
  • *::My pensive Sara ! thy soft cheek reclined, &c.
  • *:At which Miss Sara Derwent laughed, and asked who wrote that very pretty poetry?
  • * 2008 , The Northern Clemency , Harpercollins, ISBN 9780007174799, page 175
  • 'I wish I was called Sara ,' she said out loud.
    'Sarah?' her mother said. 'Why the heck is being called Sarah better than being called Tracy?'
    'Not Sarah, Sara ,' Tracy said. 'There's no h , you say Saaara.'


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    Etymology 1

    An aphetic form of banana .


    (en noun)
  • (informal) Short form of banana, the fruit.
  • (slang) A fool.
  • You look a right nana dressed up like that.

    Etymology 2

    Variant spelling of nanna .


    (en noun)
  • (informal) A pet name for one's grandmother.
  • A nanny.
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