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Arna \Ar"na\, ||Arnee \Ar"nee\, n. (Zo["o]l.) The wild buffalo of India ( Bos, or Bubalus, arni), larger than the domestic buffalo and having enormous horns.

Arna (moth)

Arna is a genus of tussock moths in the Erebidae family. It contains many species formerly included in the genus Euproctis, such as Arna bipunctapex.

Arna (municipality)

Arna is a former municipality in Hordaland county, Norway. The municipality existed from 1964 until 1972. It encompassed the northeastern part of the Bergen Peninsula, along the Sørfjorden, bordering the city of Bergen across the mountains to the west. The administrative centre of the municipality was the village of Indre Arna. The municipality stretched from Ytre Arna to Trengereid along the coast and then inland about to the Espeland area. Today, the area of the former municipality makes up the borough of Arna in the city of Bergen.

Arna (publication)

Arna, commonly styled as ARNA is an annual magazine published by the University of Sydney Arts Students Society. Originally named The Arts Journal of the University of Sydney, it was published regularly between 1918 and 1974 under the auspices of the Faculty of Arts and in 1938 the journal was renamed The ARNA: The Journal of the Arts Society.

After a hiatus of 34 years, publication recommenced in 2008 by editors-in-chief Rebecca Santos and Khym Scott, alongside the revival of the Sydney Arts Students' Society. Former distinguished editors and contributors include Samuel Beckett, Robert Hughes, Clive James, Lex Banning, Harold Stewart, Geoffrey Lehmann and Les Murray. The editors-in-chief for 2016 are Eden Caceda and Lamya Rahman.

Usage examples of "arna".

The five men had refused their consent and Arna Teln had cautiously withheld her vote, not fully understanding the circumstances.

The boy had changed his city clothes for plain garb and was sharing some joke with Arna and young Jalis.

Illia wisely dodged into the kitchen and was granted asylum by Arna, who brandished a copper ladle at all would-be abductors.

Micum pushed himself up as old Arna emerged beaming from the birthing room.

Big bludy room wi aw these wee beds and coutches an things, an these wimin on them, only the wimin arnae hole.