Huna

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Huna may refer to:

Anthropological[edit]

  • Hara Huna Kingdom, ancient Chinese tribe close to the Himalayas
  • Huna people, tribe which invaded northern India in the 5th century, mentioned as late as the 9th century

Places[edit]

In Burma[edit]

People[edit]

  • Daniel Huňa (born 1979), Czech football player
  • Huna b. Joshua, a Jewish Amora sage of the fifth generation of the Amoraic era
  • Huna Kamma, a Jewish Tanna sage of the fifth generation of the Tannaim era
  • Huna b. Nathan, a Jewish Amora sage of the fifth and sixth generation of the Amora era
  • James Te Huna (born 1981), New Zealand mixed martial artist
  • Jodi Te Huna or Jodi Brown (born 1981), New Zealand netball player
  • Mar ben Huna (died 614 or 620), Gaons and head of the Sura Academy at the end of the Sassanid Empire
  • Raba bar Rav Huna (died 322), Jewish Talmudist who lived in Babylonia, an amora of the third generation
  • Rav Huna (c. 216-c. 296), Jewish Talmudist who lived in Babylonia, an amora of the second generation and head of the Academy of Sura
  • Richard Huna (born 1985), Slovak ice hockey player
  • Robert Huna (born 1985), Slovak ice hockey player
  • Rudolf Huna (born 1980), Slovak ice hockey player

Other uses[edit]

  • Huna (New Age), a Hawaiian word adopted by Max Freedom Long to describe his theory of metaphysics
  • "Huna Buna", a song recorded by Zephyr on their self-titled debut album Zephyr

See also[edit]

Hun (disambiguation)