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  1. Genna a.k.a. Genevieve Buechner: Genevieve Sterling Buechner is a Canadian actress. Her stepfather is folk musician Geoff Berner.
  2. Genna a.k.a. Genna Mc'Cohen: Genna Mc'Cohen is a film actress.
  3. Genna is the wife of Greg Hurd.

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  1. Genna was a Japanese era name coming after Keichō and before Kan'ei. This period spanned the years from July 1615 to February 1624. The reigning emperor was Go-Mizunoo-tennō.
  2. Genna a.k.a. The Genna crime family, was a Prohibition era crime family in Chicago. From 1921 to 1925, the family was headed by the six Genna brothers, known as the Terrible Gennas. These brothers were Sicilians from the town of Marsala and operated from Chicago's Little Italy and maintained control over the Unione Siciliana. They were allies with fellow Italian gang the Chicago Outfit. After a bloody war led to their demise in the 1920s, the gang was eventually absorbed by the Chicago Outfit.
  3. Genna is a website.

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Google previewEthiopia & Eritrea (2009)

by Jean-Bernard Carillet, Stuart Butler, Dean Starnes

Genna is a type of hockey without boundaries, traditionally played during the festival of Leddet. Gugs – a physical (and sometimes fairly violent) game of tag on horseback – is also ...

Google previewEthiopia & Eritrea. Ediz. Inglese (2006)

by Matt Phillips, Jean-Bernard Carillet

Genna is a variety of hockey without boundaries, traditionally played at Leddet ( p261). Gugs – a physical (and sometimes fairly violent) game of tag on horseback – is also most commonly seen at festivals, including Ethiopian New Year and ...

Google previewDiscovery of North-East India (2005)

Geography, History, Cutlure, Religion, Politics, Sociology, Science, Education and Economy. Nagaland. Volume neuf by Suresh Kant Sharma, Usha Sharma

The word genna is a word used in the local lingua franca — bad Assamese — for taboo, and is derived from the Angami kenna, meaning "it is forbidden." The communal genna, called by the Aos amung (= the Angami penna, Sema pini, Malay ...

Google previewStrictly Personal (2011)

by Mary Anne Wilson

Genna is a sensible woman who knows that love is an illusion, a myth for others to believe in. But when these two people meet because of a fax that goes astray, ...

Google previewAmerican Gangsters, Then and Now: An Encyclopedia (2009)

An Encyclopedia by Nate Hendley

While they respected Torrio, the Genna boys despised O'Banion, which was understandable given that the Irish gang leader was prejudiced against Italians, openly calling them “greaseballs” and “dagos.” Needless to say, Torrio's truce didn't ...

Google previewReligious Celebrations: An Encyclopedia of Holidays, Festivals, Solemn Observances, and Spiritual Commemorations [2 volumes] (2011)

An Encyclopedia of Holidays, Festivals, Solemn Observances, and Spiritual Commemorations by J. Gordon Melton

Genna (Christmas, Ethiopia; january 7) In Ethiopia, where the Ethiopian Orthodox Tawahdo Church includes slightly over half the population as members, Genna is celebrated on what is January 7 on the Common Era calendar. The Ethiopian ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of African-American Education (1996)

by Faustine Childress Jones-Wilson

GENNA RAE MCNEIL HOWARD UNIVERSITY. Howard University in Washington , D.C., is the only truly comprehensive university in the United States that has a predominantly African-American constituency. It embraces persons of all colors, ...

Google previewThe Cabinet dictionary of the English language

by by Dictionaries

A genna ...

Google previewLexicon latino-belgicum novum ... Tertia editione ... purgatum & ... ditatum, cura & studio Arn. Henr. Westerhovii. Editio quarta ... denuo diligenter repurgata (1771)

by Samuel Pitiscus, Arnoldus Henricus Westerhoff

Accidere alicui :1d genna. Ter. Hcç.3. 3. 18. Sucr. j. по. ( СспйЬпз nliclnus. Liv. 44 .

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Genna meaning and pronunciation

Someone who is gorgeous, intelligent, funny, kind, and in all ways amazing. The epitome of awesome. Genna definition by Urban Dictionary.

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Scrabble value of G2E1N1N1A1

The value of this 5-letter word is 6 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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