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nautilus any of several related mollusks of the Indian or South Pacific Ocean, having a spiral, chambered shell lined with a pearly membrane; chambered nautilus; pearly nautilus.
Navajo a member of a tribe of North American Indians occupying parts of Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah. [3 definitions]
naval of or pertaining to ships, esp. those of a navy. [2 definitions]
nave1 the long center of a church, extending from the entry area to the altar, usu. with aisles on either side.
nave2 the center of a wheel; hub.
navel the place on the abdomen of a mammal where the umbilical cord of the fetus was attached; umbilicus. [2 definitions]
navel orange a sweet seedless orange having a navel-like depression that contains a secondary underdeveloped fruit.
navigable wide or deep enough to be traversed by ships. [2 definitions]
navigate to plan, manage, or control the course of (a ship, aircraft, or the like). [6 definitions]
navigation the practice of navigating, esp. the charting of a course for ships or aircraft. [2 definitions]
navigator a person who practices the art of navigation.
navy (often cap.) the part of a nation's military organization that is concerned with warfare on or over the sea. [3 definitions]
navy bean a small, nutritious, white kidney bean, usu. dried for long-term storage.
navy yard a government dockyard for the construction and repair of naval ships and the storage of naval supplies.
nawab a governor or viceroy in India under the Mogul empire; nabob.
nay no (used to express disagreement, denial, or rejection, as in a vote). [2 definitions]
naysayer a person who habitually refuses, denies, or opposes.
Nazarite among the ancient Hebrews, a person who took strict vows to abstain from wine, leave the hair long, and avoid touching corpses.
Nazi a member of the National Socialist German Workers' Party which controlled Germany under Hitler from 1933 to 1945. [3 definitions]
Nb symbol of the chemical element niobium.
n.b. abbreviation of "nota bene" (Latin); mark well; take notice.