of each (ingredient referred to): used in doctors' prescriptions
Origin of anaClassical Greek ana, apiece, of each
a collection of anecdotes, reminiscences, etc., esp. by or about a particular person
Origin of anafrom -ana
American Nurses' Association
- up, upward: anadromous
- back, backward: anagram
- again: Anabaptist
- throughout: analysis
- according to, similar to: analogy
Origin of ana-Classical Latin from Classical Greek ana, up, on, again, apiece
sayings, writings, anecdotes, facts, or objects of: Americana
Origin of -ananeuter plural of Classical Latin -anus
nounpl. ana, or an·as
- A collection of various materials that reflect the character of a person or place: definitive ana of the early American West.
- An item in such a collection.
Origin of anaFrom New Latin -āna as in titles of such collections ; see -ana .
Both in the same quantity; of each. Used to refer to ingredients in prescriptions.
Origin of anaMiddle English from Medieval Latin from Greek at the rate of ; see an- in Indo-European roots.
- Upward; up: anabolism.
- Backward; back: anaplasia.
- Again; anew: anaphylaxis.
Origin of ana-Greek from ana up ; see an- in Indo-European roots.
A collection of items relating to a specified person or place: Americana.
Origin of -anaNew Latin -āna from Latin neuter pl. of -ānus adj. and n. suff. ; see -an 1.