Senna


Senna

Senna can refer to:

Individuals

* Ayrton Senna (1960–1994), former Brazilian F1 driver and triple World Champion
* Bruno Senna (born 1983), race car driver and nephew of Ayrton Senna
* Danzy Senna (born 1970), novelist
* Marcos Senna (born 1976), Brazilian-Spanish footballer
* Márcio Senna (born 1981), Brazilian footballer, Marcos brother
* Senna Guemmour, German singer and member of Monrose (2006–)
* Fictional characters:
** Senna, the shinigami from the anime movie "Bleach: Memories of Nobody"
** Senna Refa, a character in the Babylon 5 novel "". She is the daughter of Antono Refa
*** Senna is also the name of another, unrelated Centauri woman; the governess seen in "". She was an old retainer of 'House Jaddo'.
** Senna Wales, a witch in the Everworld fantasy series for young adults by K. A. Applegate

Plants

* "Senna" (genus), a genus of legumes
* Formerly, plants in "Cassia (genus)" which used to include "Senna"
* black senna, the Scrophulariaceae genus "Seymeria"
* bladder sennas, the legume genus "Colutea"
* scorpion sennas, plants in the legume genera "Coronilla" and "Hippocrepis"Verify source|date=December 2007

Other

* Sanandaj (or Sine), a Kurdish city in western Iran
* Senna (poetic), an exchange of insults found in the "Poetic Edda"

ee also

* Sena


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  • Senna [1] — Senna, Stadt, so v.w. Sana 2) …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Senna [1] — Senna, Sennesblätter (s. d.) …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Senna [2] — Senna (Sena), öde Stadt in Portugiesisch Ostafrika, am rechten Ufer des Sambesi, sehr ungesund, hat Fort und einige Steinhäuser, meist aber Stroh und Binsenhütten, mit etwa 2000 Einw. (Mischlinge und Schwarze, nur wenige Weiße) …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

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