The English word manna (as in manna from Heaven) comes originally from Hebrew man, meaning a fluid exuded from a tamarisk tree; it came to mean spiritual nourishment because the word was used in The Bible for a food substance miraculously provided to the Children of Israel when wandering in the wilderness.
The word nana rhymes with manna.
it derive from Negro...lol
The English word 'name' is similar to the French word 'nom' but it does not derive from it. .
bread of God
"Muah" is a word?
it didnt derive from any country but arose in English by analogy with the word chemistry
There is no recipe for manna, as manna came from heaven.
Labangon was derive from the word labangonon which means to cross. Labangon was derive from the word labangonon which means to cross.
I don't see how they derive that much information from such scant evidence.