1. character: an actor's portrayal of someone in a play; "she played the part of Desdemona"Source or sample of word "persona"
2. (Jungian psychology) a personal facade that one presents to the world; "a public image is as fragile as Humpty Dumpty"Source or sample of word "persona"
3. A persona, in the word's everyday usage, is a social role or a character played by an actor. This is an Italian word that derives from the Latin for a kind of mask made to resonate with the voice of the actor (per sonare meaning "to sound through").Source or sample of word "persona"
4. A fertility monitor is a computerized device used for fertility awareness. Some brands are marketed only to assist in pregnancy achievement, while other brands are advertised for both pregnancy achievement and as birth control. ...Source or sample of word "persona"
5. Persona is an EP released by the Australian band Karnivool. The disc was originally released on March 1, 2001 via Sic Squared Records, selling 2,000 copies. It was re-released on the band's own label on December 12, 2005 via MGM Distribution, whilst the band were touring for their album Themata. ...Source or sample of word "persona"
6. Persona is a film by Swedish director Ingmar Bergman, released in 1966, and starring Bibi Andersson and Liv Ullmann. ...Source or sample of word "persona"
7. Persona is an album in 2005 by Kangta. This is Kangta's third album. The album's style of music differed from his last two albums. The music video for his title song "Persona" was shot in San Francisco, California.Source or sample of word "persona"
8. Personas are fictional characters created to represent the different user types within a targeted demographic, attitude and/or behavior set that might use a site, brand or product in a similar way. Personas are a tool or method of market segmentation. ...Source or sample of word "persona"
9. A social role; A character played by an actor; The mask or appearance one presents to the world; A type of skin used in Mozilla softwareSource or sample of word "persona"
10. The person created by the author to tell a story. Whether the story is told by an omniscient narrator or by a character in it, the actual author of the work often distances himself from what is said or told by adopting a persona--a personality different from his real one. ...Source or sample of word "persona"
11. Mask of the Ego, its social expression, the way the others see us.Source or sample of word "persona"
12. is an illustration of an archetypal user based on differing user behaviours and needs, as observed through user research. Per- sonas shouldn’t be defined by market segments or demographic data.Source or sample of word "persona"
13. ae: f. a mask, especially as worn by actors; a character in a play, dramatic role. Since all registered users enter VRoma under a “character name” that in some ways resembles a theatrical mask, we have chosen this word to signify both the “user ID” and the “user account. ...Source or sample of word "persona"
14. Vangelis - Boyd - Fortin - et al. Eric Clapton and David Gilmour guitar, Yo Yo Ma violoncello. 1986. CBS FM-42120/(selections) CBS MK-42313 (CD)Source or sample of word "persona"
15. A Latin term meaning "mask." Personae are the characters in a fictional work of literature. The persona generally functions as a mask through which the author tells a story in a voice other than his or her own. ...Source or sample of word "persona"
16. Fictional person created to model and describe the goals, needs, and characteristics of a specific type or group of users. Does not describe a real, individual user nor an average user. Often includes made-up personal details to make the fictional person more "real".Source or sample of word "persona"
17. the speaker of a poem, a dramatic character distinguished from the poet, such as Robert Browning's "Fra Lippo Lippi."Source or sample of word "persona"
18. A prexisting identity that a user through an agent has the ability to select and use to represent themselves in a given identity context. [Identity Gang: PaulT, DaveK, IainH, TonyN, Kim, Drummond, Johannes, Luke, Jaco, PTOng, PeterD].Source or sample of word "persona"
19. The unidentified personage who 'speaks' (see speaker) in a poem or prose work. The persona should not be identified with the author of the work. You may also be interested in taking a look at the same entry in the University of Victoria's electronic list of Literary and Rhetorical Terms.Source or sample of word "persona"
20. A Persona is model of a specific customer segment based on behaviors and attitudes. Personas are used to define audiences for which products and marketing programs should be targeted.Source or sample of word "persona"
21. In SEO, a ficticious personality created by marketers or website owners to represnt a potential user of a website. Generally, several perosnality traits are defined, and these are used to help determine and analyse likely behaviours on the website. See also scenario.Source or sample of word "persona"
22. The role or facade that a character assumes or depicts to a reader, a viewer, or the world at large.Source or sample of word "persona"
23. Persona is the characteristics given to actors so that the actor can animate in an unique style. eg. A sexy dancer acts differently from a macho fighter. ...Source or sample of word "persona"
24. (larva, irpoauTrov or 7rpo<7W7r€?oi'), a mask. Masks were worn by Greek and Roman actors in nearly, all dramatic representations. This custom arose undoubtedly from the practice of smearing the face with certain juices and colours, and of appearing in disguise, at the festivals of Dionysus. ...Source or sample of word "persona"
25. A fictional person used to represent a specific target segment for a company; personas aid in marketing, product development, usability and other areasSource or sample of word "persona"