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N1 symbol of the chemical element nitrogen.
N2 abbreviation of "north."
n the fourteenth letter of the English alphabet.
n. abbreviation of "noun," in grammar, a word that names a person, place, thing, condition, or quality, that usu. has plural and possessive forms, and that functions as the subject of a sentence or as the object of a verb or preposition.
Na symbol of the chemical element sodium.
NAACP abbreviation of "National Association for the Advancement of Colored People."
nab (informal) to catch or seize; arrest. [2 definitions]
nabob a provincial governor in the Indian Mogul empire. [2 definitions]
nacelle an enclosure on an aircraft for housing the engine, the cargo, or the crew and passengers. [2 definitions]
nacho a small tortilla chip spread with cheese and sometimes other spicy food and then broiled.
nacre a hard, iridescent material lining certain seashells, such as that of the pearl oyster; mother-of-pearl.
nacreous of, pertaining to, or characteristic of nacre. [2 definitions]
nadir the lowest or most depressing point or stage. [2 definitions]
nag1 to bother with constant complaints, demands, or instructions; pester. [6 definitions]
nag2 a horse that has little value or has outlived its usefulness.
nagana a disease of livestock transmitted by the bite of infected tsetse flies.
nah (informal) no.
Nahuatl a member of a group of Indian peoples of Mexico and Central America that includes the Aztecs. [2 definitions]
Nahum according to the Old Testament, a minor prophet of Israel of the seventh century B.C. [2 definitions]
naiad (sometimes cap.) a water nymph of Greek mythology, presiding over rivers, springs, and fountains. [2 definitions]
naif one who is inexperienced or naive; innocent.