The most feminine car name in the world may be “Lana” in India, but its actually not a word at all.
The word “Lane” is the only car name that is officially recognised in India.
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen Lane and Lane’s Lane name get some recognition.
In 2009, a local girl named Lana was awarded the prestigious award for the most beautiful car name ever.
“Laney” won the award in 2009 for “the most beautiful and elegant car name”, but it is also known as the most feminine name in India – a title that comes with a price tag.
According to a report from The Hindu, “Lanes” is usually pronounced “lahn”.
The name was also voted “most popular car name” in a survey conducted by the World Bank in 2009.
Lane is a feminine term for a female car driver, but it isn’t a common name in Indian language.
It is a very common name for men in India and is usually used in lieu of the “l” word in the name of a male driver.
“I didn’t even know that the word Lane was feminine until the day I had to choose the name,” said Ramamurthy Kumar, a resident of Lucknow who works for a software company.
“The name has become a symbol of feminine values.
It’s also an iconic name.
I am very happy that it has become so popular.”
Kumar said that he has to use the word “lane” in most of his conversations to avoid making his boss uncomfortable.
“When you use the words lane, it is considered as being masculine,” he said.
Kumar added that he had to change his name to Lana because it made him feel uncomfortable when talking to his parents.
“My parents don’t know I have changed my name,” he added.
In the same survey, it was also found that women are more likely to be called by “lane”, and that the term Lane has become “more common among men”.
Kumar said his mother, who is also a software developer, was initially reluctant to let him change his driver’s name, saying, “I can’t change it now.
It doesn’t make sense”.
Kumar has since been changing his driver name.
“After I changed my driver’s title, my parents started asking me if it’s a good thing that I change my name, and I have to say, ‘Yes, it’s beautiful.'”
Kumar said he would change the name to “Lance” when he finishes his studies.
Kumar said the “lane-like” name has given him a sense of security and comfort.
“It’s become an object of respect and belonging in my life,” he told us.
“This name is not something I would change easily.
It has become my symbol of masculinity and femininity.
I would prefer not to change it.”