|Chief queen consort of Burma|
|Tenure||29 February 1752 – 11 May 1760|
|Coronation||17 April 1752|
|Predecessor||Maha Nanda Dipadi Dewi|
|Successor||Maha Mingala Yadana Dewi|
|Died||31 July 1771 (aged 58)|
|Issue||six sons and four daughters including
|Father||Thiri Yandaza U Phyo|
Me Yun San (Burmese: မယ်ယွန်းစံ [mɛ̀ jʊ́ɴ sàɴ]; 1713–1771) was the chief queen of King Alaungpaya of Burma (Myanmar), and the mother of three kings of Konbaung Dynasty: Naungdawgyi, Hsinbyushin and Bodawpaya. She is known for keeping the peace between her two eldest sons, Naungdawgyi and Hsinbyushin after Alaungpaya died in 1760, allowing Naungdawgyi to succeed Alaungpaya as king. She died in 1771 during Hsinbyushin's reign.
- Buyers 2011: 1
- Htin Aung 1967: 171
- Buyers, Christopher. "The Royal Ark: Burma – Konbaung Dynasty". Retrieved 12 April 2011.
- Htin Aung, Maung (1967). A History of Burma. New York and London: Cambridge University Press.
Yun SanBorn: 1713 Died: 31 July 1771
Maha Nanda Dipadi Dewi
|Chief queen consort of Burma
29 February 1752 – 11 May 1760
Maha Mingala Yadana Dewi