Muna

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Muna may refer to:

Places[edit]

People[edit]

  • Muna (name), a given name
  • Muna AbuSulayman (born 1973), influential Arab and Muslim Media personality
  • Muna Handal-Dayeh (born 1957), Palestinian-American businesswoman, entrepreneur, and current president of the Bethlehem Association
  • Muna Jabir Adam (born 1987), Sudanese athlete who specializes in the 400 metres hurdles
  • Muna Katupose (born 1988), Namibian football forward with Oshakati City F.C. and the Namibia national football team
  • Bernard Muna (born 1940), Cameroonian lawyer, magistrate and politician who served as Deputy Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda from 1997 to 2002 and was candidate in the 2011 Presidential elections in Cameroon
  • Akere Muna Cameroonian anticorruption lawyer
  • Salomon Tandeng Muna (1912–2002), Cameroonian politician of the UNC who served as the first Prime Minister of the federated state of West Cameroon from January 11, 1968 to June 2, 1972 and as President of the National Assembly of Cameroon from 1973 to 1988
  • Muna Durka (born 1988), Sudanese steeplechase runner
  • Muna Wassef (born 1942), Syrian stage, film and television actress

Other[edit]

  • Muna (album) (Album by Markéta Irglová)
  • Muña (Minthostachys mollis), medicinal plant from the South American Andes
  • Kami nAPO Muna, the first tribute album in honour of the 1970s Filipino musical group, APO Hiking Society
  • Kiss Muna, (lit. Kiss Me First), a weekly sitcom in the Philippines, with a dose of politics and sex as main staple, produced by GMA Network, Inc.
  • Muna Hotel, a hotel in Mogadishu, Somalia, located less than a mile from Somalia's presidential palace, as a noted conference centre
  • Muna Madan, a short epic narrative by the Nepalese poet Laxmi Prasad Devkota and one of the most popular works in Nepali literature
  • Muna Moto, a 1975 drama film directed by Jean-Pierre Dikongué Pipa
  • Muna–Buton languages, a group of languages spoken on the islands of Muna and Buton off the coast of South East Sulawesi province, Indonesia
    • Muna language, an Austronesian language spoken principally on the island of Muna and the adjacent (nowthwestern) part of Buton Island

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