.an abbr.
Netherlands Antilles (in Internet addresses).

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  • AN — is the indefinite article in English; see a and an.An, AN, aN, or an may also refer to: Culture and language * An (Chinese name) * An alternative romanisation for Ahn (Korean name) * An (mythology), a god in Sumerian mythology * An (goddess), a… …   Wikipedia

  • An — ([a^]n). [AS. [=a]n one, the same word as the numeral. See {One}, and cf. {A}.] This word is properly an adjective, but is commonly called the indefinite article. It is used before nouns of the singular number only, and signifies one, or any, but …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • An — An, conj. [Shortened fr. and, OE. an., and, sometimes and if, in introducing conditional clauses, like Icel. enda if, the same word as and. Prob. and was originally pleonastic before the conditional clause.] If; a word used by old English authors …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • AN — s. m. Le temps que le soleil met à parcourir le zodiaque, et qui comprend douze mois. An commencé. Après un an entier. Après un an révolu. Au bout de l an il arriva que... L an étant expiré. Le premier jour de l an. Le nouvel an. L an passé. L an …   Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 7eme edition (1835)

  • AN — n. m. Temps que met la terre à accomplir une révolution autour du soleil et qui se divise en douze mois. Après un an entier. Après un an révolu. Au bout de l’an il arriva que... Le premier jour de l’an. Le nouvel an. L’an passé. L’an dernier.… …   Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 8eme edition (1935)

  • .an — Infobox Top level domain name=.an background=#CCF introduced=1993 type=Country code top level domain status=Active registry=University of The Netherlands Antilles sponsor=University of The Netherlands Antilles intendeduse=Entities connected with… …   Wikipedia

  • -an — I. noun suffix or ian; also ean Etymology: an & ian from Middle English an, ian, from Anglo French & Latin; Anglo French ien, from Latin ianus, from i + anus, from anus, adjective suffix; ean from such words as Mediterranean, European 1. one that …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • an — I. indefinite article Etymology: Middle English, from Old English ān one more at one Date: before 12th century a II Usage: see a II II. preposition Date: before 12th century a III,2 Usage: see a II …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • an' — conjunction see an III …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • AN — alphanumeric; analog nonsecure …   Military dictionary

  • an- — see a II …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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