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Alternative clues for the word anna
Pulitzer winner Quindlen
Siamese employee, once
The "I" of "The King and I"
Ruler of Russia, 1730-40
Bangkok teacher, on Broadway
Moffo at the Met
Trollope's "Lady ___"
"The King and I" lady
"Black Beauty" author Sewell
I in "The King and I"
Deborah's role in "The King and I"
"Finnegans Wake" wife
Held on the stage
Model ___ Nicole Smith
Visitor to Siam
Christie or Quindlen
First Lady Harrison
O'Neill's "___ Christie"
The "I" in "The King and I"
Sigmund Freud's daughter
Tennis star Kournikova
"The King and I" role
Grandma Moses' first name
Russian poet Akhmatova
Wife in "Finnegans Wake"
Ballet Russe star Pavlova
One of the Freuds
Magnani of "The Rose Tattoo"
"___ Imroth" (Sandburg poem)
Oscar winner Paquin
"___ and the King" (Foster film)
Tolstoy's "___ Karenina"
Moffo or Magnani
Tutor of Siamese royalty
___ Eleanor Roosevelt
Title girl of a 1953 million-selling record
Tennis player Smashnova
Kournikova of tennis
"The King and I" heroine
___ Wintour, real-life editor on whom "The Devil Wears Prada" is based
"The King and I" character
"___ and the King of Siam"
Donna ___, "Don Giovanni" soprano
Actress Faris of the "Scary Movie" movies
Actress Karina who played Scheherazade
1930's-40's leading lady born in Russia
Palindromic girl's name
"The King and I" tutor
Pavlova of ballet
Late celebrity ___ Nicole Smith
"The King and I" woman
1999 Jodie Foster title role
Actress Popplewell of "The Chronicles of Narnia"
Eleanor Roosevelt's first name
Lady whom Don Giovanni tries to seduce
Title girl on the first Beatles album
Wintour of fashion
Eugene O'Neill's "___ Christie"
Early Beatles tune subtitled "Go to Him"
Fashion style-setter Wintour
"Up in the Air" actress Kendrick
"X-Men" actress Paquin
Kendrick of "Up in the Air"
Pavlova of the ballet
Title girl on "Introducing ... The Beatles"
She was the "I" in "The King and I"
26-Down's role in "The King and I"
Russian ruler after Peter II
___ Gunn, "Breaking Bad" co-star
Karina in many a Jean-Luc Godard film
Actress Kendrick of "Pitch Perfect"
1999 drama "___ and the King"
Actress Gunn of "Breaking Bad"
Fashion editor Wintour
Tennis champ Kournikova
Visitor to Siam, on stage and film
Elsa's younger sister in "Frozen"
Woman in "The King and I"
A former copper coin of Pakistan
"___ Christie," 1930 film
Pavlova or Sten
Christie or Lucasta
Paquin or Magnani
Held or Sten
Moffo or Pavlova
Donizetti's "___ Bolena"
Joyce's ___ Livia Plurabelle
Christie or Held
First name of Grandma Moses
Held or Neagle
W. H. Harrison's wife
Karenina or Christie
Count Vronsky's love
Sally Kirkland movie: 1987
Joyce heroine ___ Livia Plurabelle
"___ Lucasta," O'Neill play
"Don Giovanni" character
With 6-Across, "Nana" actress, 1934
Former coin of India
Christie or Karenina
Tragic Tolstoy heroine
Held or Christie
"___ Christie": O'Neill
King of Siam's friend
Oscar winner Magnani
Eloper with Vronski
Former coin of Pakistan
Nicola Pagett role on TV
She had a friend at court
Held or Magnani
Held or Karenina
"The King and I" governess
Karenina of fiction
Neagle of old films
___ Pavlova, memorable ballerina
I of "The King and I"
Actress Magnani: 1908–73
First name of Vronsky's lover
Pavlova or Christie
Palindromic teacher in Siam
Former Indian monetary unit
Word definitions for anna in dictionaries
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Anna \An"na\, n. [Hindi [=a]n[=a].] An East Indian money of account, the sixteenth of a rupee, or about 2? cents.
Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. A unit of currency in former British India equal to 12 pies or 1/16 rupee.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
fem. proper name, from Latin Anna , from Greek Anna , from Hebrew Hannah , literally "grace, graciousness" (see Hannah ).
Word definitions in WordNet
n. a former copper coin of Pakistan
Word definitions in Gazetteer
Population (2000): 1319 Housing Units (2000): 483 Land area (2000): 0.836569 sq. miles (2.166704 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km) Total area (2000): 0.836569 sq. miles (2.166704 sq. km) FIPS code: 02092 Located within: Ohio...
Word definitions in Wikipedia
Anna is a 1987 film directed by Yurek Bogayevicz , it was adapted by Agnieszka Holland from an unauthorized story by Holland and Bogayevicz, based on the real life of Polish actress Elżbieta Czyżewska . The film stars Sally Kirkland , Robert Fields , Paulina...
Usage examples of anna.
Over the years, her argument remains the same, that Anna should have had an adrenalectomy and her ovaries removed, as she had.
Perhaps an adrenalectomy at the beginning would have helped, says Anna, but it is too late now that cancer has spread.
Anna trotted, wind at her back, up the dock and onto the shore of Amygdaloid Island.
By the time the armadillo had nosed and waddled around the bend in the road, Anna was less than thirty-six inches from the gray and scaly hindquarters.
Finally wised-up, her armadillo scuttled ahead, winning back the ten yards Anna had so cunningly eaten up.
There were shouted greetings and a great deal of laughter: Axel and Anna, Martha and the McGarritys, the Kaes girls trailing beaux, and most of the children of the village, many of them masked.
Morvan and Anna, David and Christiana, Duncan and Aymer, with Ian bringing up the rear.
She felt sure that if Christiana and Anna had not been present, Aymer would have struck her at several points in the heated conversation.
George in Madras, Government used to pay a reward of one anna for every bandicoot killed within the walls.
Lysara, Resor, Cens, Barat, Hoede, the pale blonde Ytrude, and Secca, the youngest redhead, sitting on a stool in the corner, her eyes darting to Anna, and then away.
Anna thought, that this kindly, lovable benefactress should have that one flaw: she would never let her forget that she had an obstacle to surmount, that there would always be this obstacle, but it was not surmountable.
So after being perfectly outmaneuvered by committee and bumped upstairs to Commander of the new Starflight Agency, there was nothing left for him except bitching to Oscar and Anna about losing crucial people at critical times because they were needed to establish a duplicate facility at High Angel.
Anna let the silence draw out slightly, knowing she was being petty, bitchy, or worse.
Anna had some sly reason for taking Andrew and Bitten to the cemetery island of San Michele, I had no doubt.
The low words seemed to hiss through the gray of the early morning, and Anna bolted upright in the narrow and lumpy pallet bed, not that she had slept that well, with nightmares of various shadowy figures chasing her through improbable settings, none of which she could remember clearly.