Definition of Nanus

1. Noun. A person who is markedly small.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nanus

nanowhiskers
nanowire
nanowires
nanoworld
nanoworlds
nanpie
nanpies
nanpingite
nans
nansy pansy
nantle
nantokite
nanu-nanu
nanukayami
nanukayami fever
nanus (current term)
naoi
naology
naos
naoses
nap
napa
napa cabbage
napaceous
napalm
napalmed
napalming
napalmlike
napalms
napas

Literary usage of Nanus

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1. The Birds of America by John James Audubon (1841)
"TURDUS nanus. PLATE CXLVII.—MALE. The history of our smaller Thrushes has been involved in obscurity by the attempts which have been made to restore to some ..."

2. Birds by Eugene William Oates, William Thomas Blanford (1895)
"... nanus. The Small Hawk-Cuckoo. ... nanus, Hume, SF v, p. 490 ; id. Cat. no. 205 bis; Hume | Dav. SF vi, pp. ..."

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