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nota bene (Latin) note well; take note (used to draw attention to something of particular importance).
notable receiving or deserving notice; exceptional; striking. [3 definitions]
notarial of, pertaining to, or characteristic of a notary public. [2 definitions]
notarize to sign as a notary public, showing that a contract, affidavit, or other document is authentic. [2 definitions]
notary one who has the legal authority to authenticate contracts, affidavits, and other documents by witnessing signatures and signing in turn; notary public.
notary public an official with legal authority to witness and certify documents and contracts, take affidavits and depositions, and the like.
notate to make notes on or transcribe into a particular type of notation.
notation a system of symbols used in a particular field. [4 definitions]
not by a long shot by no means; definitely not.
notch a V-shaped cut or indentation in an edge or object. [7 definitions]
note a brief written record or reminder. [11 definitions]
notebook a book of blank pages.
notebook computer a thin, light computer .
noted distinguished; eminent; famous.
noteless combined form of note.
notepad a pad of writing paper.
notepaper paper for writing letters or informal reminders.
noteworthy deserving notice; remarkable; notable.
not give (or care) a hoot (informal) to be entirely indifferent; not be at all concerned.
no thanks to without the help of (a source from which help might have been expected).
nothing not anything; no thing. [7 definitions]