Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: ana

  āna—anything else.    Adi 3.55, Adi 9.52, Adi 10.52, Adi 11.47, Madhya 6.257, Antya 16.5
  āna—another    Adi 6.90, Madhya 18.220, Madhya 21.115, Antya 4.99, Antya 17.57
  āna—other.    Adi 13.65, Madhya 24.35, Antya 13.56
  āna—other    Adi 4.154, Madhya 6.237
  āna—anyone else    Adi 6.65-66, Antya 3.22
  āna—else.    Adi 6.105-106, Madhya 21.34
  āna—bring    Madhya 3.68, Madhya 4.107
  āna—others    Madhya 13.67, Antya 3.24
  āna—something else    Madhya 21.144, Madhya 21.145
  āna—different    Adi 1.76
  āna—any exception    Adi 5.225
  āna—of anything else.    Adi 11.37
  āna—extraordinary    Adi 13.81
  āna—otherwise    Madhya 5.40
  āna—someone else    Madhya 17.48-49
  āna—another thing    Madhya 21.144
  nāhi āna—there is nothing else.    Madhya 24.73, Antya 18.39
  bāpa-jyeṭhāre āna—bring your father and his elder brother    Antya 6.21
  ithe nāhi āna—there is no question about it.    Antya 7.12
  jala āna—bring water    Madhya 12.96
  mahā-prasāda āna—bring mahā-prasāda    Madhya 25.236
  sāmagrī āna—bring more ingredients    Antya 2.73
  tāṅre āna—bring him    Madhya 20.49
  yāra sama nāhi āna—there is no comparison to this nectar    Madhya 25.279
  āna śune—someone else hears    Madhya 17.48-49
  āna kahi—I speak on something else    Madhya 21.146
  āna kahite—to speak something    Madhya 21.146
  āna kathā—other talks    Madhya 21.144
  āna-mana—inattentive    Madhya 15.247

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