Seven Other Meanings of ana and kata

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Seven Other Meanings of ana and kata

Postby PatrickPowers » Sun Sep 19, 2021 11:15 am

An ana front is a frontal boundary in which the main shield of clouds and precipitation is located behind the actual frontal boundary.

Ana Kata 5881-A (Short 2005) - IMDb
Ana Kata 5881-A: Directed by Logan Thomas. With Harlan Bengel, Aric Cushing, Paris Wages, Michael Zara. Katherine Raspeliere has begun restoration on an old art deco theater when odd events begin to take place.

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What is the difference between ana and kata? | WikiDiff
Kata is an antonym of ana. Ana is an antonym of kata. As nouns the difference between ana and kata is that ana is a collection of things associated with a person or place, especially a personal collection of anecdotes or conversations at table or ana can be (internet|slang) anorexia (used especially by the pro-ana movement) while kata is (martial arts) a sequence of positions and movements.

'Ana Kata Nau - Wikipedia
'Ana Kata Nau was a Tongan attorney. She was the first female attorney in Tonga.. Life 'Ana Kata Nau was born on March 17, 1899, at Nelafu, Vava'u, Tonga to Tevita Kata Nau II (a reverend minister) and Sela Mahe. She received her education from Tupou College in Nuku'alofa, Tonga, and initially embarked on careers as an educator (1921-1926; 1929) and nurse (1926-1929) before graduating as a lawyer.
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Re: Seven Other Meanings of ana and kata

Postby quickfur » Mon Sep 27, 2021 4:21 pm

"Ana" and "kata" come from Greek, where they mean simply "up" and "down", respectively. All the other meanings, including the higher-dimensional usage, are derivative.
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