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nugatory having little or no real importance or value; trifling. [2 definitions]
nugget a small, solid lump, esp. of a precious metal such as gold. [2 definitions]
nuisance someone or something that is annoying or troublesome.
nuisance tax a tax that is considered to be a nuisance because it is levied on small, separate purchases and paid by the consumer.
Nukualofa the capital of Tonga.
null not having any legal force; invalid. [4 definitions]
nullification the act of nullifying, or the state of being nullified.
nullify to cause or declare to have no legal force or effect; make null; invalidate. [2 definitions]
nullity the condition or quality of being or amounting to nothing; nothingness; invalidity. [2 definitions]
numb not able to feel physical sensation or move normally, esp. because of cold. [3 definitions]
numbat any of several small Australian marsupials that have no pouch.
number a mathematical unit that has a fixed value and a fixed position in a series, used in counting. [18 definitions]
numberable combined form of number.
number-cruncher (informal) a person, machine, program or the like that performs a great many complicated numerical calculations.
numberless having no number. [2 definitions]
number one (informal) oneself or one's own interests. [2 definitions]
number plate (chiefly British) a metal tag or plate displayed on a motor vehicle and bearing a registration number that qualifies the vehicle as legal to drive on public highways and roads; license plate.
Numbers the fourth of the Five Books of Moses in the Old Testament, containing the census of the Hebrews after the Exodus from Egypt.
numbskull variant of numskull.
numerable able to be numbered; countable.
numeral one or more words, symbols, or marks used to express or represent a number. [3 definitions]