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naiveté the quality of being naive. [2 definitions]
naked uncovered or unclothed; bare or nude. [5 definitions]
naltrexone a drug that reduces the desire for opioids or alcohol in addicted persons.
namby-pamby shallow and without conviction; insipid. [3 definitions]
name a word or group of words used to identify something or someone. [9 definitions]
nameable capable of being named or discussed.
name brand a product bearing a well-known trademark. [2 definitions]
name-calling the use of disparaging or abusive names to attack a person or group.
name day the feast day of a saint for whom one is named. [2 definitions]
name-dropper a person who tries to impress others by mentioning the names of important or famous people in a familiar way.
nameless without any name. [4 definitions]
namely that is to say.
name of the game (informal) a central or crucial purpose, goal, method, or situation.
nameplate a piece of metal or wood on which a name is inscribed. [2 definitions]
namesake one who has been named after another.
nametag a label or badge bearing a person's name, worn in a visible place on the person's clothing for identification.
Namibia an African country on the Atlantic coast between South Africa and Angola; formerly South-West Africa.
nana (informal) a grandmother or nursemaid (used mainly by infants).
nankeen a strong, durable, cotton cloth in buff or yellow, originally made of undyed Chinese cotton. [3 definitions]
nanny a children's nursemaid and supervisor.
nanny goat a female goat.