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Nan

Nan or NAN may refer to one of the following.

Contents

  • Acronyms 1
  • Places 2
  • People 3
    • Kings 3.1
    • First name 3.2
    • Last name 3.3
  • Other 4
  • See also 5

Acronyms

Places

People

Kings

First name

  • Nan Britton (1896–1991), who claimed to have been the mistress of President Warren G. Harding
  • Nan Cross (1928–2007), South African anti-apartheid and anti-conscription activist
  • Nan Hayworth (born 1959), former U.S. Representative from New York's 19th Congressional District
  • Nan Wood Honeyman, (1881–1970), first woman elected to the U.S. Congress from Oregon
  • Nan Kempner (1930–2005), New York socialite
  • Nannerl "Nan" O. Keohane (born 1940), American political theorist and former president of Wellesley College and Duke University
  • Nan Martin (1927–2010), American actress
  • Nan Merriman (born 1920), American operatic singer
  • Nan Grogan Orrock, member of the Georgia House of Representatives and State Senator
  • Nan Phelps (1904–1990), American folk artist
  • Nan Rich (born 1942), member of the Florida Senate and former member of the House of Representatives
  • Nan C. Robertson (1926–2009), Pulitzer Prize-winning American journalist, author and teacher
  • Nan A. Talese (born 1933), American editor
  • Luo Nan (born 1986), Chinese swimmer
  • Sima Nan (born 1956), Chinese television pundit and journalist
  • Song Nan (born 1990), Chinese figure skater
  • Wang Nan (table tennis) (born 1978), Chinese table tennis player
  • Yu Nan (born 1978), Chinese actress
  • Zhang Nan (gymnast) (born 1986), Chinese gymnast
  • Zhou Nan (born 1927), Chinese politician and diplomat

Last name

Other

  • Nan, a play by the English poet John Masefield, first produced in 1908, also known as The Tragedy of Nan
  • Nan, a form of the name Anna and Agnes
  • NAN-190, a drug and research chemical widely used in scientific studies
  • Nan, English familiar term for grandmother, matching Pap (grandfather)
  • nan, the ISO 639-3 language code for Min Nan language

See also

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