Correct spelling for ANO

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Possible correct spellings for ano

  • Ago(Definition of ago)
  • He had been quite wrong an hour ago.

  • Any(Definition of any)
  • Can you think of any way to turn them off?"

  • Ana(Definition of ana)
  • Slender nakago with one mekugi-ana.

  • Ann
  • I'd rather have miss grace ann than her, and i shouldn't be crazy about having miss grace ann.

  • Ado(Definition of ado)
  • This heard, forth emma went, and made no more ado.

  • Ans
  • Ans. i cannot choose but, when a wench says nay, to take her at her word, and leave my suit.

  • Anon(Definition of ANON)
  • Anon sir launcelot met with the damosel, sir meliot's sister.

  • Ant(Definition of ant)
  • The busily trampling cohorts in sack-coats and derby hats were, from here, subdued by distance to an aesthetic inoffensiveness of mere ant-like comings and goings.

  • Kano
  • The ghadamsi merchants have been known for centuries as keen and adventurous traders, and their agents are to be found in the more important places of the western and central sudan, such as kano, katsena, kanem, bornu, timbuktu, as well as at ghat and tripoli.

  • And(Definition of And)
  • He looked up and smiled.

  • Ono(Definition of ono)
  • Acorn by yoko ono the acorn (journal), a philosophy journal

  • Apo(Definition of Apo)
  • The mayon, which is an active volcano, is comparatively bare, whilst also the apo, although no longer in eruption, exhibits abundant traces of volcanic action in acres of lava and blackened scoriae.

  • An(Definition of an)
  • You'll call me an old fool.

  • Arno
  • Either the florentines are too much engrossed in their own affairs or the peering foreigner has become too familiar an object to merit notice, but one may drift about even in the narrowest alleys beside the arno, east and west, and attract few eyes.