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Nanna may refer to:

  • Nanna (Sumerian deity) (Suen), god of the moon in Sumerian mythology
  • Nanna (Telugu) Father, Dad
  • Nanna (Tamil deity), god of the moon in Tamil Nadu mythology
  • Nanna (Norse deity), the wife of Baldr (Balder) in Norse mythology
  • Nanna (music), a kind of Corsican music
  • Rafi Khawar Nanna, film actor and comedian of Lollywood
  • 1203 Nanna, an asteroid
  • Nanna (singer) - An Indian singer
  • Bob Nanna - An American musician

Nanna is also a term used to mean "grandmother" This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ... Nanna is a moon goddess in Norse mythology, the daughter of Nep and wife of Baldur. ... Rafi Khawar, alias, Nanna is renowned comedian actor of Pakistani films and tv drama. ... 1203 Nanna is an asteroid. ... Bob Nanna (born June 14, 1975) is a Chicago native who was very influential in the 1990s Midwestern indie rock movement. ... This page is a candidate to be copied to Wiktionary. ...

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Nanna - definition of Nanna in Encyclopedia (115 words)
Nanna is a god in Sumerian mythology, god of the moon, son of Enlil and Ninlil.
Nanna is a goddess in Norse mythology, the daughter of Nep and wife of Baldur.
She and Baldur are both Aesir and live together in Briedablik in Asgard.
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