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There are 11 five-letter words containing 2A, D and N

ABAND-aband v. (transitive) To desist in practicing, using, or doing; to renounce. [attested only in the late 16th century].
aband v. (transitive) To desert; to forsake. [attested only in the late 16th century].
A band n. (anatomy) A strip of proteins, in the myofibril, that stains dark.
ADHAN-adhan n. (Islam) The call to prayer.
ADMAN-adman n. One who is in the business of devising, writing, illustrating or selling advertisements.
ad-man n. Alternative spelling of adman.
ALAND-aland adv. (obsolete) On dry land, as opposed to in the water. [13th-19th c.].
aland adv. (now rare, poetic) To the land; ashore. [from 14th c.].
Aland p.n. An archipelago in the Baltic Sea.
BANDA-banda n. A type of Mexican brass band music.
Banda p.n. A surname​.
DAMAN-daman n. The hyrax.
Daman p.n. Capital of the union territory of Daman and Diu (India).
Daman p.n. A male given name used in India, derived from the Sanskrit equivalent of Ancient Greek Damian, the brother.
DAYAN-Dayan p.n. A surname​.
NADAS-Sorry, definition not available.
NAIAD-naiad n. (Greek mythology) A female deity (nymph) associated with water, especially a spring, stream, or other.
naiad n. (entomology) The aquatic larva (nymph) of a dragonfly or damselfly.
naiad n. Any of various aquatic plants of the genus Najas.
PANDA-panda n. (now rare without qualifying word) The red panda, a small raccoon-like animal, Ailurus fulgens of northeast.
panda n. The giant panda – a black and white bear-like animal, Ailuropoda melanoleuca from the mountains of China.
panda n. (Britain, colloquial, law enforcement) A police car. [from 20th c.].
VANDA-Sorry, definition not available.

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