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mañana

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noun ma·ña·na \mən-ˈyä-nə\

Definition of mañana

  1. :  an indefinite time in the future



Origin and Etymology of mañana

Spanish, literally, tomorrow, from Vulgar Latin *maneana, from feminine of *maneanus early, from Latin mane early in the morning


First Known Use: 1845


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mañana

adverb ma·ña·na

Definition of mañana

  1. :  at an indefinite time in the future



1938

First Known Use of mañana

1938


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