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N1

n. (also n) (pl. Ns or n's) 1 fourteenth letter of the alphabet. 2 (usu. N) indefinite number.  to the nth degree to the utmost. ... see more detail on web

N2

abbr. (also n.) 1 north; northern. 2 new. ... see more detail on web

N3

symb. Nitrogen. ... see more detail on web

N

abbr. (also n.) 1 name. 2 neuter. ... see more detail on web

Na

symb. Sodium. ... see more detail on web

Naafi

abbr. 1 navy, army, and air force institutes. 2 canteen for servicemen run by the naafi. ... see more detail on web

Nab

v. (-bb-) slang 1 arrest; catch in wrongdoing. 2 grab. [origin unknown] ... see more detail on web

Nacho

n. (pl. -s) tortilla chip, usu. Topped with melted cheese and spices etc. [origin uncertain] ... see more detail on web

Nacre

n. Mother-of-pearl from any shelled mollusc.  nacreous adj. [french] ... see more detail on web

Nadir

n. 1 part of the celestial sphere directly below an observer. 2 lowest point; time of deep despair. [arabic, = opposite] ... see more detail on web

Naevus

n. (us nevus) (pl. Naevi) 1 raised red birthmark. 2 = *mole2. [latin] ... see more detail on web

Naff

adj. Slang 1 unfashionable. 2 rubbishy. [origin unknown] ... see more detail on web

Nag1

v. (-gg-) 1 a persistently criticize or scold. B (often foll. By at) find fault or urge, esp. Persistently. 2 (of a pain) be persistent. [originally a dial. Word] ... see more detail on web

Nag2

n. Colloq. Horse. [origin unknown] ... see more detail on web

Naiad

n. Water-nymph. [latin from greek] ... see more detail on web

Nail

â??n. 1 small metal spike hammered in to join things together or as a peg or decoration. 2 horny covering on the upper surface of the tip of the human finger or toe. â??v. 1 fasten with a nail or nails. 2 secure or get hold of (a person or thing). 3 keep (attention etc.) Fixed. 4 expose or discover (a lie or liar).  nail down 1 bind (a person) to a promise etc. 2 define precisely. 3 fasten (a thing) with nails. Nail in a person's coffin something thought to increase the risk of death. On the nail (esp. Of payment) without delay. [old english] ... see more detail on web