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Cassell's Dictionary of Slang
(2)] do one's nana v. [1940s+] to lose one's temper. [NANA n. (2)] do one's no-
manners v. [1980s] 1 to defecate (cf. DESPATCH ONE'S CARGO v.). 2 to break
wind. do one's nut v. [1910s+] to lose one's temper, to lose emotional control, to
Jonathon Green, 2005
A Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English
(pronv nahna or narna). A banana: nursery coll.: late C.19—20. Cf. nanny, 4.—2.
?Hence, 'the head, in such expressions as "off one's nana”, ”do one's nana'” (
Wilkes): Aus.: later C.20. At this entry Wilkes also quotes synon. nanny, dated
Eric Partridge, 2006
An Australian Dictionary for North Americans
[doo-nuh] A continental quilt, a duvet. do one's nana exp. [nah-nuh] To lose one's
temper, to be upset. dork n. An idiot, a simpleton. Dorothy Dixer n. An Australian
parliamentary question which receives an answer that the questioner wanted to ...
Noel Funge, 2000
The PCOS Diet Book: How You Can Use the Nutritional Approach ...
One in 10 women suffers from polycystic ovary syndrome.
Colette Harris, Theresa Francis-Cheung, 2002
The Innocents at Home
So claim four “innocent” schoolgirls. But the weakest of the four buckles and confesses to her parents that they made the story up—but why? Was it boredom, revenge, or just a pure evil in the leader of the group?
John Buxton Hilton, 2012
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