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narrow down to reduce to a smaller number in order to come closer to what is correct or possible.
narrow gauge a railroad track with a distance between the rails that is less than the standard width of 56.5 inches or 143.5 centimeters. (Cf. broad gauge, standard gauge.) [2 definitions]
narrow-minded having or showing intolerance, inflexibility, or lack of interest in or respect for new information or the views of others; prejudiced.
narthex the entrance hall leading to the nave of a church.
narwhal an arctic aquatic mammal related to the dolphin, that has a spotted pelt and, on the male, a long spirally twisted ivory tusk projecting from the upper jaw.
nary (informal) not any; never a; no.
NASA abbreviation of "National Aeronautics and Space Administration."
nasal of or relating to the nose. [3 definitions]
nasalize to make a nasal sound.
nascent coming into being or starting to develop.
NASDAQ abbreviation of "National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations."
Nashville the capital of Tennessee.
naso- nose.
nasopharynx the upper part of the pharynx that is above the soft palate and continuous with the nasal passages.
Nassau the capital of the Bahamas.
nasturtium any of several trailing, edible garden plants, or their bright, usu. yellow, orange, or red flower.
nasty repellent, esp. to sight, smell, or taste; filthy or foul. [3 definitions]
nat.1 abbreviation of "national."
nat.2 abbreviation of "natural."
nat.3 abbreviation of "native."
natal of, concerning, or occurring at birth. [2 definitions]