What is the correct spelling for EARNA?

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Correct spellings for EARNA

  • an An tha' munnot lose no time about it.
  • ana "Santa Ana!" said Ibarra, speaking low; "do you know that building?" They were passing the country house of the Jesuits.
  • anna "Of course," responded Anna.
  • any As soon as ever I can, I won't go any more.
  • ara Jansen, Ara (2004) Kevin Bloody Wilson Esquire West Australian, 10 April 2004, p.
  • arena Such a horrid fact could not be; and yet my reason told me that within thirty days my incomparable Princess would be fought over in the arena of the First Born by those very wild beasts; that her bleeding corpse would be dragged through the dirt and the dust, until at last a part of it would be rescued to be served as food upon the tables of the black nobles.
  • arno Arno and Jason had little opportunity for conversation, so close was the vigilance of Judith.
  • awn Prince William, Duke of Cambridge (without college membership, de facto St Johns) Prince William of Gloucester (Magdalene) Prince William, Duke of Gloucester and Edinburgh (Trinity) Prince Zeid bin Ra'ad of Iraq (Christs) Diplomats Viceroys Clement Francis Cornwall (Trinity/Magdalene), Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia (1881–1887) Charles Cornwallis (Clare), Governor-General of India (1786–1793) Freeman Freeman-Thomas, 1st Marquess of Willingdon (Trinity), 13th Governor General of Canada (1926–1931) Sir Robert George Howe (St Catharines), Governor General of the Sudan (1947–1955) David Lloyd Johnston (Trinity Hall), 28th Governor General of Canada (2010–) Sir William Manning (Fitzwilliam), Governor of Jamaica (1913–1918) and Governor of Ceylon (1918–1925) Louis Mountbatten (Christs), last Viceroy of India (1947); first Governor General of India (1947–1948) Sarojini Naidu (Girton), first woman to become the President of the Indian National Congress (1925) and Governor of Uttar Pradesh (1947–1949) Vere Ponsonby, 9th Earl of Bessborough (Trinity), 14th Governor-General of Canada (1931–1935) John Winthrop (Trinity), founder and first Governor of Massachusetts (1630–1648) Heads of state and heads of government Oliver Cromwell (Sidney Sussex), first Lord Protector British Prime Ministers Robert Walpole (Kings), first Prime Minister 1721–1742 Thomas Pelham-Holles, 1st Duke of Newcastle (Clare), Prime Minister 1754–1756, 1757–1762 Charles Watson-Wentworth, 2nd Marquess of Rockingham (St Johns), Prime Minister 1765–1766, 1782 Augustus FitzRoy, 3rd Duke of Grafton (Peterhouse), Prime Minister 1768–1770 William Pitt the Younger (Pembroke), Prime Minister 1783–1801, 1804–1806 Spencer Perceval (Trinity), Prime Minister 1809–1812 Robert Jenkinson, 2nd Earl of Liverpool (Christs), 1812–1827 Frederick John Robinson, 1st Viscount Goderich (St Johns), Prime Minister 1827–1828 Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey (Trinity), Prime Minister 1830–1834 William Lamb, 2nd Viscount Melbourne (Trinity), Prime Minister 1834, 1835–1841 George Hamilton-Gordon, 4th Earl of Aberdeen (St Johns), Prime Minister 1852–1855 Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston (St Johns), Prime Minister 1855–1858, 1859–1865 Arthur Balfour (Trinity), Prime Minister 1902–1905 Henry Campbell-Bannerman (Trinity), Prime Minister 1905–1908 Stanley Baldwin (Trinity), Prime Minister 1923–1924, 1924–1929, 1935–1937 Other countries Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed (St Catharines), President of India 1974–1977 Ba Maw (unknown), first Prime Minister of Burma (Myanmar) 1937–1939; Head of State 1943–1945 Rupiah Banda (Wolfson), President of Zambia 2008–2011 Sir Francis Bell (St Johns), Prime Minister of New Zealand 1925 Stanley Bruce (Trinity Hall), Prime Minister of Australia 1923–1929 Jerzy Buzek (unknown), Prime Minister of Poland 1997–2001 Erskine Hamilton Childers (Trinity), President of Ireland 1973–1974 Alfred Domett (St Johns), Prime Minister of New Zealand 1862–1863 Rajiv Gandhi (Trinity), Prime Minister of India 1984–1989 Mohammad Hidayatullah (Trinity), acting President of India 1969 Ghulam Mustafa Jatoi (unknown), acting Prime Minister of Pakistan 1990 Kim Dae-jung (Clare Hall), President of South Korea 1998–2003 John Lionel Kotelawala (Christs), Prime Minister of Ceylon (Sri Lanka) 1953–1956 Carrie Lam (Wolfson), Chief Executive Elect of Hong Kong 2017-– Lee Hsien Loong (Trinity), Prime Minister of Singapore 2004– Lee Kuan Yew (Fitzwilliam), first Prime Minister of Singapore 1965–1990 Edward Mutesa II (Magdalene), first President of Uganda 1963–1966 Khawaja Nazimuddin (Trinity Hall), Prime Minister of Pakistan 1951–1953 Jawaharlal Nehru (Trinity), first Prime Minister of India 1947–1964 Anand Panyarachun (Trinity), Prime Minister of Thailand, 1991–1992, then again in 1992 Tunku Abdul Rahman (St Catharines), first Prime Minister of Malaysia 1957–1970 George Maxwell Richards (Pembroke), President of Trinidad and Tobago 2003– Samir Rifai (Trinity), Prime Minister of Jordan 2009–2011 William Philip Schreiner (Downing), Prime Minister of the Cape Colony (South Africa) 1899–1902 Guy Scott (Trinity Hall), acting President of Zambia 2014 Dudley Senanayake (Corpus Christi), Prime Minister of Ceylon (Sri Lanka) 1952–1953, 1960, 1965–1970 Shankar Dayal Sharma (Fitzwilliam), President of India 1992–1997 Awn Shawkat Al-Khasawneh (Queens), Prime Minister of Jordan 2011– Manmohan Singh (St Johns), Prime Minister of India 2004–2014 Jan Smuts (Christs), Prime Minister of South Africa 1919–1924, 1939–1948 Gerald Strickland (Trinity), Prime Minister of Malta 1927–1932 William Henry Waddington (Trinity), Prime Minister of France 1879 Signatories of the American Declaration of Independence Thomas Lynch, Jr.
  • e'en
  • ear
  • earn
  • earned
  • earner
  • en
  • ene
  • eon
  • era
  • etna
  • learn
  • rna
  • urn
  • yearn
  • Ann It is lonely without Raggedy Ann!
  • Ian
  • Edna
  • Erna
  • Ina
  • Verna
  • Ernie
  • Deana
  • earns

16 words made from the letters EARNA