Wednesday, April 16, 2014

(A-Z) N is for Na Ne No Nu




 This is part of the Japanese alphabet


 Na Ne No Nu


 These are the only 2 letter words (in the English language) that start with N on scrabble-finder.

Na: A Scotish form of not.

Ne: According to the Internet Slang Dictionary, ne means Not. 

No: opposite of yes :-)

Nu: the 13th letter of the Greek language. 







and then there is nanu nanu.  Can anyone tell me what this means and what planet it comes from?

32 comments:

  1. No, I can not tell you other than it was on Mork and Mindy.

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    1. Dee gave the correct answer!

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  2. Lol... That brings back memories. It was from Mork and Mindy and Mork was from Ork. As corny as that show was, I never missed an episode. My memory is failing me as I age but, I do believe nanu nanu meant hello.

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  3. Looks like a sideways live long and prosper. But I know it's not Star Trek.

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    1. Ha, it does, doesn't it?

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  4. Hi,
    This is nice. I like your N posting.
    Just dropping by from the A to Z Blog Challenge.
    Shalom,
    Patricia

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    1. Hi Pat and thanks for dropping by. I am just now getting to comments. Had some family issues that kept me away from completing the A-Z - and Shalom back at you! :-)

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  5. Interesting post for today.

    A to Z commenter
    Reading at Dawn blog

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    1. Thanks Dawn. A-Z was really hard for me this year. I hope you did better than I did.

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  6. I can't remember what it means, but I do remember it's from the planet Ork. I loved that show!

    TaMara
    One of AJ's AtoZ wHooligans
    Tales of a Pee Dee Mama

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    1. Hi TaMara and thanks for stopping by. Yes the planet Ork. Is that the planet ALF came from, too?

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  7. Ork.....................it was said by Mork for Ork

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  8. I can't remember where Mork came from :( Nice to meet and connect through atozchallenge. http://aimingforapublishingdeal.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. See above! Thanks for stopping by.

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  9. Mork's planet...Gork?

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  10. Hey coffee lady, I sent you an email. Where are you?? Conference?

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  11. Love this! Just found your blog and am having fun scrolling through your posts. :)

    Love,

    Acacia
    capture life

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  12. Hello, I am a new follower. Susie, a mutual blogger recommended your blog. I look forward to reading your posts.

    Lynda

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    1. Hi Linda Grace - Susie is a sweetie, isn't she?

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  13. It is Ork of course it means signing off, so long. Hey great post! I hope you are enjoying the challenge of A-Z. Keep up the good stuff.

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    1. Thanks R - actually I bombed out - had some issues that took me away. There is always next year.

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  14. Well, its from Ork that much I know, but I'm not sure what it means....hello or goodbye, maybe?

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    1. I always thought it was like Aloha - but in Orkan.

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  15. Hmmm..... Don't really remember what it means. Probably "hello" or "peace to you." I do know that Mork who is from Ork said it. :)
    Visiting from the A-to-Z Challenge.
    Mary @ The View from my World

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    1. Hey Mary, thanks for dropping in.

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  16. Goodbye. The planet Ork.

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    1. You will the prize. A life-size stuffed Alf

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  17. Hello there. Thanks for sharing. Visiting from the A-Z Road Trip.

    Entrepreneurial Goddess

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