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no-par not having a face value, as some corporate stocks.
nope (informal) no.
nor used to introduce a subsequent negative statement, esp. after a phrase using "neither". [2 definitions]
Nordic of, pertaining to, belonging to, or characteristic of a Caucasian people found esp. in the Scandinavian countries, who are tall, long-headed, blond, and blue-eyed. [2 definitions]
nor'easter a strong wind or storm coming from the northeast.
norepinephrine a hormone, secreted by the adrenal glands and released at the sympathetic nerve endings, that aids in transmission of nerve impulses and is used medically to constrict blood vessels and prevent bleeding.
Norfolk jacket a loosely belted, single-breasted man's jacket with pockets on either side of the lower front and two box pleats in front and back from the yoke to the hem.
noria a wheel fitted with buckets around the rim, used to lift water, as from a river to an irrigation ditch, esp. in Spain and the Orient.
norm a model or standard, esp. one that is generally accepted or followed. [2 definitions]
normal conforming to a standard, pattern, or general average, or to what is expected; usual; regular. [4 definitions]
normalcy the character or condition of being normal; normality.
normalize to cause to conform to or return to a normal state. [2 definitions]
normally in a normal way; to the usual degree. [2 definitions]
normal school formerly, a two-year school that trained high school graduates to be elementary school teachers.
Norman a member of the Scandinavian people who conquered Normandy in the tenth century. [5 definitions]
Norman Conquest the conquest of England by the Normans, led by William the Conqueror, in 1066.
Normandy a French province on the English Channel.
Norman French the people of mixed Scandinavian and French ancestry who invaded England in 1066, or their language as used in Normandy and England. [2 definitions]
normative of, pertaining to, or prescribing a law, standard, or norm, esp. with regard to correctness in speaking, writing, or behavior.
Norse of or pertaining to Norway, esp. ancient Norway, or its people, culture, language, or the like; Norwegian. [5 definitions]
Norseman a member of one of the ancient Scandinavian peoples, esp. of Norway or its colonies; Northman.