KANA (580 AM) is a radio station licensed to serve Anaconda, Montana. The station is owned by A.W.A.R.E., Inc. It airs a classic hits music format.
The station's transmitter site is off Landfill Road in Anaconda, Montana.
The station was assigned the KANA call letters by the Federal Communications Commission.
Kana is a system of Japanese writing.
Kana may also refer to:
Kana (Finnish musician)
Kana (Marianna Elisabeth Alanen, born 8 December 1977) is a Finnish female rap musician. She began her music career on the Finnish TV show Popstars, a contest for new pop musicians. After the show ended, Kana embarked upon a solo career.
She had her own radio show Kanalasta kajahtaa on YLE YleX channel in 2003. The show featured mainly rap and R&B Music. In the same year, she started hosting children's singing and talent game shows Skabadabaduu and Staraoke on MTV3. Staraoke won the first Interactive Emmy Award for a Finnish show in Cannes in 2008.
In 2005, she released singles from her second album.
The name "Kana" means " chicken" in Finnish but is also a nickname for a slightly ditzy woman, as is intended in this case. At the start of her career she took the name "Phat Zik", which was fennicized as "Kana" when she started rapping in Finnish. Her real name comes from ballerina Marianna Rumjantseva.
Kana is a French publisher affiliated with Les Éditions Dargaud. Kana was founded in 1996 by Yves Schlirf. The company publishes manga in French and used to publish in Dutch. Its headquarters are in the Dargaud offices in the 18th arrondissement of Paris.
is a Japanese professional wrestler, better known by the ring name .
Signed to WWE and assigned to its developmental branch NXT under the ring name , she is currently in her first reign as the NXT Women's Champion. Her techniques include various kicks and submission holds, leading to a reputation for a stiff wrestling style. She has also worked as a freelance graphic designer and video game journalist, and through her work with Microsoft, she has been sponsored by the company, wearing an Xbox 360 logo on her gear.
She started her professional wrestling career in the AtoZ promotion in June 2004, where she remained until retiring in March 2006. She returned to the ring a year and a half later, starting to work as a freelancer for promotions such as JWP Joshi Puroresu, NEO Japan Ladies Pro Wrestling, Pro Wrestling Wave, Smash, Wrestling New Classic, and Reina Joshi Puroresu. Her achievements include winning the JWP Openweight Championship, NEO Tag Team Championship, Reina World Women's Championship, Smash Diva Championship, and Wave Tag Team Championship.
In 2015, Urai signed a developmental deal with WWE. In December 2015, Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter stated that Urai "may be the best worker in WWE, man or woman".
Kana (given name)
Kana is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
- Kana (Japanese musician), female rock/pop artist
- Kana (wrestler), Japanese professional wrestler
- Kana Nishino, a Japanese pop singer
- Kana Oyama, a Japanese volleyball player
- Kana Shibutani, Japanese professional wrestler
- Kana Ueda, Japanese singer and voice actress
- Kana Hanazawa, a Japanese voice actress, actress and singer
- Kana Asumi, Japanese singer and voice actress
- Kana Nakamachi, one of the main characters in the Kanamemo anime/manga
- Kana, a ghost in the manga My Lovely Ghost Kana
- Kana Aibara, Ichiro Tomari's fiancee in Ordyne
- Kana Todo of Kana Imōto, also known as Kana Little Sister, a Japanese computer game
- Kana Minami of the Minami-ke series
- Kana Iwata, Laura Haruna's best friend in the television series Hamtaro
- Kana Ushiro, character in Bokurano: Ours
- Kana, a character in Fire Emblem Fates
n. 1 The hiragana and katakana syllabary. These are made up of characters that represent individual syllables, which are are used to write Japanese words and particles. Kana are derived from kanji. 2 A hiragana or katakana character. 3 (plural of kana English)Category:English plurals
Usage examples of "kana".
Chinese ideographic code list, and codes bearing kata kana names, such as ta, ji, or hen, it relied in the main on four systems.
Hawaii and Samoa to ai, in Ban to kana, in Nina to kana, in Nongone to kaka, and in New Caledonia to ki.
The one whose name is not spoken is Antakh, a Moru who once masqueraded as a Kana and is hated for this.
He seems to have enjoyed some success in solving the Japanese ciphers, which appear to have been columnar transposition of the kana symbols.
The flamer had not touched the face and though it was contorted and twisted with agony, Kana knew who it was he supported in his arms.
Kana unlooped his hand torch, set it on low, and pointed the ray into the nearest of those gashes.
He might now be one of the hard-visaged instructors Kana had known for more than half his short life.
One is very old and slightly bent, a sword more iron than steel, dark as a pot: forged, so the tale runs, by the smith in Rocky Ford—yet it is a sword, for all that, and belonged to Kanas once, and tasted orcs' blood and robbers' blood in its time.
One is very old and slightly bent, a sword more iron than steel, dark as a pot: forged, so the tale runs, by the smith in Rocky Ford — yet it is a sword, for all that, and belonged to Kanas once, and tasted orcs' blood and robbers' blood in its time.
One is very old and slightly bent, a sword more iron than steel, dark as a pot: forged, so the tale runs, by the smith in Rocky Ford yet it is a sword, for all that, and belonged to Kanas once, and tasted orcs' blood and robbers' blood in its time.
Checking his armlet against the muster roll, the ship's officer waved Kana on.
The naval radiograms, however, employed the special Morse code devised for kata kana, a syllabic script of Japanese.
Also-the woolly head swung around and the pop eyes raked across Kana and Rey- when the news-seeker was in our hands and could be questioned-what chances?
Kana reached for the trade packets he had carried so long, made a hasty selection, and passed on a small package of sugar and a stone-set wrist band.