Approximate number of words in sound group N = 617.

1.)  In this dictionary, the phrase associated spellings/words is a gross generalization. Words following this phrase may or may not be related to the initial word and definition (s) preceding it. .... http://mirrorh.com/notes.htm

N - "Mirror History" dictionary designates letter N to signify the fifth of ten descending sound groups that define its alphabetical order. Letters inhabiting this group include: N. Theoretical definitions for sound group N include: Cross Within a Circle, Circle, Circuit, Back-And-Forth Motion, numeral 4." [Etznab Mathers]

N - "Glyphs believed to represent N include: a wavy line [water]; a vase or water jug; an upside-down h-like shape with a straight or looped appendage. Reported meanings attributed to N include: water; fish [nun]; water snake, cobra, serpent; the hidden, waters depths. Reportedly, N is derived from the Greek Nu and the Semitic Nun. In ancient Phoenician Nun was the word for fish. Like M, the strokes for N were first uneven."

N - "Fourteenth letter [Nun] in the Hebrew Alphabet. The older form resembles a horizontal crescent [or bowl] shape with a leftward-facing leg attached to the right side. The modern form appears like a small straightened-out leftward facing C-like shape. At the end of words another form of N is used which appears like a long verticle staff with its head tilting to the left. General meanings for N include: continuity of action, perpetuation, faithfulness."

N - "The reported Hungarian runic symbol for N is a sideview of an eye, watching. Associated spellings/words: nez ['to watch, view']."

n - "Definitions: a masculine plural suffix (Moabite, Aramaic). Associated spellings/words: -n; -m."

n - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'us' [Genesis 11:4]."

ne - "Definitions: not." (Latin)

ne - "Definitions: no (Bosnian). Associated spellings/words: nije."

ne - "Definitions: kou [o3] ('mouth') + ni [i2] ('body and turned around person; approach from behind; nun'). General meanings include: v. a particle indicating a question or emphasis." (Chinese)

na - "Definitions: human being, incense; stone, pebble; chest, box." (Sumerian)

na - "Definitions: a first-person suffixed pronoun. Associated spellings/words: -ni." (Hebrew)

na - "Definitions: particle: 'like'." (Vedic) *Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-4-X.html

na - "Definitions: a past participle suffix." (Sanskrit)

na - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'now' [Genesis 12:11]; 'pray' [Genesis 12:13: 18:4], [Judges 9:38]; 'oh' [Genesis 18:30]; 'beseech' [Exodus 33:18]; 'go to' [Judges 7:3]; 'let' [Judges 13:8]. Associated spellings/words: na'."

na - "Definitions: Ox seed - Produce: The male searches out the female and approaches her for reproducing. The searching out by someone for a production. Associated spellings/words: hna." (Hebrew)

na - "Definitions: around, about (Navajo). Associated spellings/words: naaya ['round trip [taken by one person'] (Navajo)."

na - "Definitions: hold, grasp, carry, take (Chinese). Associated spellings/words: na, nei ['that'] (Chinese); na ['the'] (Gaelic)."

na - "Definitions: house." (Mayan)

na - "Definitions: of." (Celtic)

na [a4] - "Definitions: yi [i4] ('city') + ran [a3] ('fur') - phonetic. General meanings include: city where furs were worn; prep. that; v. then; in that case. Associated spellings/words: na [a3] (prep. 'which; what'); nali [a3i3] (prep. 'where'); nali [a4i1] (prep. 'there'); nar [a4] (prep. 'there'); nayang [a4a4] (adj. 'that kind')." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/168/x186.htm

nch - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Noah' [Genesis 5:29, etc.]. Other definitions include: rest. Associated spellings/words: Noach, Noah, Nuah."

naa - "Definitions: mother." (Naga-Maya)

naa - "Definitions: to emphasize statements or to agree with someone." (Japanese / Kansai Area)

nie - "Name for an ideograph showing you [hand] and jin [towel; pen; stick]. General meanings include: dexterity." (Chinese)

nahe - "Definitions: near." (German)

nehi - "Definitions: to lament or mourn." (Hebrew)

nahu - "Definitions: grammar." (Malay)

nawah - "Definitions: to be adorned."

ni - "13 (mwd) ni - 1 ind. down, back, in, into, within (except AV. x, 8, 7 always prefixed either to verbs or to nouns; in the latter case it has also the meaning of negation or privation [cf. `" down-hearted "' = heartless]; sometimes w.r. for %{nis}); it may also express %{kSepa}, %{dAna}, %{upa-rama}, %{A-zraya}, %{mokSa} &c. L. [Cf. Zd. {ni}; Gk. $; Slav. {ni-zu}; &166432[538 ,3] Germ, {ni-dar}, {ni-der}, {nieder}; Angl. Sax. {ni-ther}, Eng. {ne-ther}, {be-neath}.]." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

ni - "26 (otl) ni - 02 1. perfix of negation or privation, as in nivirtti ; 2. particle expressive of intensiveness, proximity, doubt, certainty, permanence, fullness, abundance." (otl) = Cologne Online tamil Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

ni - "Definitions: lead; down into, down (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: nih ['out, away']."

ni - "Definitions: a point, a ridge, a summit, a mountain, nose." (Mayan)

ni [i3] - "Definitions: ren [e2] ('person') + er [e3] ('breath, drawn in and separated'). General meanings include: word; pron. you. Associated spellings/words: nin [i2] ('polite form of you'); nihao [i3a3] ('hello'); nimen [i3] (pron. 'you all') - (Chinese); nyi ['self']; gnyis ['self, others'] (Tibetan); ni ['self, body'] (Sumerian)." *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/167/x65.htm

ni [i3] - "Definitions: shou [o3] ('hand') + yi [i2] ('doubt') - phonetic. General meanings include: v. intend, plan. Associated spellings/words: niding [i3i4] (v. 'draft, draw up')." (Chinese)

ni - "Definitions: a first-person suffixed pronoun. Associated spellings/words: -na." (Hebrew)

ni /p - "Definitions: I, me." (Aztec)

ni - "Definitions: two." (Japanese)

ny - "Definitions: an adverbial suffix (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: -ny."

NY - "The reported hungarian runic symbol for NY represents a bow to shoot arrows, which in Hungarian is called nyil. Associated spellings/words: nyel ['to swallow']."

nyi - "Definitions: sun." (Tibetan)

naii - "Definitions: age." (Korean)

nije - "Definitions: no (Bosnian). Associated spellings/words: ne."

NIGH - "Definitions: near. Associated spellings/words: neah, nah, nehw, nahe."

nayee - "Definitions: monster." (Native American / Navajo)

nya - "Definitions: fish." (Tibetan)

nya - "Definitions: produce. The results of a searching. Either successful or failure. Associated spellings/words: nva." (Hebrew)

niyA - "2 (mwd) niyA P. %{-yAti}, to pass over (with a carriage) RV. v, 35, 5; 42, 10; 54, 5; to come down to (acc.), 75, 5; to fall into , incur (acc.) A1s3vGr2. i, 13, 7." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

niu - "Name for an ideograph showing mi [threads twisted together, thread] and chou [binding, bind]. General meanings include: knot; bind." (Chinese)

niu - "Name for an ideograph showing shou [hand] and chou [binding, bind]. General meanings include: twist, wrench." (Chinese)

niu - "Name for an ideograph showing nu [woman] and chou [bind]. General meanings include: woman." (Chinese)

niu [u2] - "Name for a pictograph believed to represent an ox. General meanings include: ox; cattle. Associated spellings/words: niunia [u2a3] (n. 'milk'); niupai [u2a2] (n. 'steak'); niurou [u2o4] (n. 'beef'); niuzai [u2a3] (n. 'cowboy')." (Chinese)

nyu - "Definitions: enter." (Japanese)

NEO /r - "Definitions: new, recent. Associated spellings/words: neos (Greek)

NEW - "Definitions: not old or familiar. Associated spellings/words: niowe, neowe, niuwi, nigi, nuwe, nie, neu, nyr, niujis, neios, nue, novu, naujas, neos, nava."

niao - "Name for a pictograph believed to represent a bird with long tailfeathers. General meanings include: bird." (Chinese)

Neva - "Definitions: snow." (Latin)

neos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'new' [Matthew 9:17, etc.]; 'younger' [Luke 15:12]; 'young' [John 21:18]. Other definitions include: newly arrived. Associated spellings/words: nhos; neotes, neoteros ['youth']."

niviasar - "Definitions: girl." (Eskimo)

Nihon - "Definitions: Japan, origin of the sun. Associated spellings/words: Nippon, Nichihon."

Nihongi - "Definitions: Chronicles of Japan." (Japanese)

niungayok - "Definitions: is bent, crooked (Eskimo). Associated spellings/words: niortitok ['is becoming bent']."

Niwan palace - "Definitions: an important place in the center of the brain." (Taoist)

nivritti - "Definitions: renunciation." (Sanskrit)

Niobe - "Definitions: Snowy One; Anatolian Mountain-goddess whose worshippers were destroyed by Hellenic tribes. Greek myth therefore made her a mother forever mourning her 'children' slain by the Olympian gods."

neotes - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'youth' [Matthew 19:20]. Other definitions include: younger person. Associated spellings/words: nhoths; neoteros ['youth']."

nis - "7 (mwd) niS for %{nis} (q.v.) before %{k}, %{kh}; %{p}, %{ph}. / 8 (mwd) nis ind. out, forth, away &c. (rarely used as an independent word [e.g. AV. vi, 18, 3; vii, 115, 3; xvi, 2 , 1], but mostly as a prefix to verbs and their derivatives [cf. %{niH-} %{kSi} &c. below], or to nouns not immediately connected with verbs, in which case it has the sense, out of "', away from"' [cf. %{nirvana}, %{niS-kauzAmbi} &c.] or that of a privative or negative adverb= 3. %{a}, without "', destitute of "', `" free from "', un- "' [cf. %{nir-artha}, %{nir-mala} &c.], or that of a strengthening particle`" thoroughly "', entirely "', `" very "' [cf. %{nih-zUnya}, %{niS-kevala}, %{nir-muNDa}]; it is liable to be changed to %{niH}, %{niz}, %{niS}, and %{niS} and %{nI}; cf. above and below). [543,3]" (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

Nissa - "According to Greek legend, the Nymph who was the Mother of the Sun."

niya yesh - "Definitions: gnosis; a direct communion with God; name of one Persian musical group."

nysn - "Hebrew month 1: [March - April / 30 days]. Associated spellings/words: Nissan."
*Link: http://www.astraltraveler.com/calendars/jewish.html

Ninsun - "Definitions: Reportedly, a demigoddess-matriarch who founded the third dynasty of Ur, 2112-2095 B.C."

nisannu - "Definitions: first produce; first month of the year; March - April (Akkadian). Associated spellings/words: abyb ['new grain'] (Hebrew)."

Nishanu - "Definitions: the great sky god of the Arikara tribe." (Native American)

Niezguinek - "Definitions: imperishable; the name of a Slav fairy tale." (Slavic)

nishkala - "Definitions: attributeless." (Tibetan Buddhism)

Nishtigri - "Definitions: the earth." (Hindu)

nin - "Definitions: lady, lord." (Sumerian)

nin - "Definitions: you [polite form] (Chinese). Associated spellings/words: nin ['person'] (Japanese)."

nyn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'son' [Genesis 21:23], [Job 18:19], [Isaiah 14:22]. Associated spellings/words: niyn."

nian - "Name for a pictograph showing qian [ten] and he [a grain bearing plant]. General meanings include: thousands of grains; year (Chinese). Associated spellings/words: nianchu ['beginning of the year']; niannian ['every year']; niandai ['period, era, age; decade']."

nian - "Name for an ideograph depicting a block-style U-like shape divided in half by a single horizontal line. The image is believed to represent shi [a cross] doubled. General meanings include: twenty." (Chinese)

NINE - "Definitions: three times three."

naein - "Definitions: flow." (Greek)

niyana - "Definitions: self restrained." (Sanskrit)

nini - "Definitions: pour out water; an act of homage (Egyptian). Associated spellings/words: nini ['wood carving'] (Gilbertese)."

Ninigi-no-Mikoto - "Grandson of the Japanese Sun Goddess, who descended from heaven to Japan, after having received the Three Imperial Jewels."

nino - "Definitions: child." (Spanish)

Nynvh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'Nineveh' [Genesis 10:11], [Jonah 1:2]. Associated spellings/words: Niynaeveh."

Ninuras - "Definitions: the femine earth." (Sumerian Mythology)

Ninhursag - "Definitions: Lady of the Hursag [The stony foothills]. She was said to have been the midwife to Nammu at the creation of man; the consort of Enki who was believed to leave the holy land of Dilmun for nine months each year and return to Middle- world (Sumerian Mythology). Associated spellings/words: Ninhursag Ki ['Mother Earth']."

Ninurta - "Definitions: the ancient Sumerian thunder-god conceptualized as a great winged lion, whose roars thundered across the lands in times of storm; the god of war (Sumerian Mythology). Associated spellings/words: Saturn."

Nai-No-Kami - "Definitions: god of earthquakes." (Japanese Mythology)

Nian Shou [a2o4] - "According to Chinese mythology, a Nian (... pinyin: nián shòu) is a beast that lives under the sea or in the mountains. Once each spring, on or around Chinese New Year, it comes out of hiding to attack people, and prefers children. Weaknesses of the Nian are purported to be a sensitivity to loud noises, and a fear of the colour Red. [...] In the 1980’s and 1990’s and perhaps until today, China is no longer actively in war with other countries, people of China do not put peace as their first priority. With the growing economy and prosperity in the country, people pray for money. Nian now represents poverty. When people in China practices the lion dance and sets off firecrackers, they are trying to scare away Nian, or poverty. By scaring away Nian, they wish that the coming year will be full of opportunities and prosperity. [... .]"
[Based on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nian]

Ninsar - "Reportedly, Lady Verdure, the Mistress of Vegetation, the green carpet of grass, leaves and flower beds that cover the surface of the earth. The daughter of Enki and Nintur." (Sumerian Mythology)

Ninlil - "Definitions: Air Goddess. A name for the consort of Enlil [Wind]." (Sumerian Mythology)

nihang - "Definitions: crocodile (Persian). Associated spellings/words: Akalis.

Ninki - "The wife of Ea [Enki] in Babylonian mythology; the lady of the waters."

Ningishzida - [....] Ningishzida is the earliest known symbol of snakes twining (some say in copulation[who?]) around an axial rod. It predates the Caduceus of Hermes, the Rod of Asclepius and the staff of Moses by more than a millennium.[6] Although Wadjet 'the Green One', the serpent Goddess of Lower Egypt from the Pre-dynastic period demonstrates the earliest known representation of a single serpent entwined around a pole – in this case a papyrus reed (refer to first glyph): Wadjet Heiroglyph [*unreliable source?] [NP] The Adapa myth mentions Ningizzida and Tammuz (or Dumuzi) and refers to the serpent god as male. [....]" *Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ningishzida

Ninkurra - "Goddess of mountain Pastures; the daughter of Enki and Ninsar." (Sumerian Mythology)

Ningal - "The daughter of Ningikuga [Goddess of Reeds] and Enki [Lord Earth]. She was reportedly the consort of Nanna." (Sumerian Mythology)

ningarnert - "Definitions: anger." (Eskimo)

ningartok - "Definitions: is angry (Eskimo). Associated spellings/words: ningaktok."

ninda - "Definitions: food; bull; a measure; funnel of a seed plow." (Sumerian)

Nin-ti - "Lady [nin] of the Rib [ti]; a Sumerian child-birth goddess."

Nintur - "Reportedly, the name for Ninhursag after she mated with Enki [Lord of Sweet Waters]. It is believed to signify the lady who gives birth, or the Whomb of the Damp Lands by the riverbanks; the mother of Ninsar [Mistress of Vegetation]." Niamh - "Definitions: bright; the daughter of the sea god in Irish legends." (Irish)

Nyame - "The supreme god of the Ashanti people of Ghana."

nimitta - "Definitions: the primary cause; efficient cause." (Sanskrit)

nimen [i3] - "Definitions: ni [e3] ('you') + men [e2] ('double-leafed door'). General meanings include: you (plural), all of you." (Chinese) *Link: http://www.zhongwen.com/

nir - "4 (mwd) nir for %{nis} (q.v.) before vowels and soft consonants." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

nyR - "(mwd) nyr P. %{-RNvati}, to lay down, put or place in (loc.) RV.: Caus. %{-arpayati}, to throw down ib. AV." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

nir - "5 (mwd) nIr (%{ni} + %{ir}), Caus. (only impf. %{nyairayat}), to hurl down upon (loc.) RV. vi, 56, 3 (cf. %{ny-e7r}). [566,1] " (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

nIr - "6 (otl) nIr 01 1. water, one of the five elements; 2. sea, ocean; 3. juice, liquor; 4. rosewater; 5. humours of the body, as serum, lymph; 6. urine; 7. the 20th naks2atra; 8. the 25th naks2atra ; 9. dampness, moisture, humidity; 10. water in a gem; 11. nature, disposition; 12. state, condition" (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

nyr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'lamps' [Exodus 25:37, etc.]; 'lamp' [Exodus 27:20], [1 Samuel 3:3, etc.]; 'light' [2 Samuel 21:17, etc.]; 'candle' [Psalm 18:28], [Job 18:6], [Proverbs 20:27; 24:20; 31:18]; [Jeremiah 25:10]; 'candles' [Zephan- iah 1:12]. Other definitions include: a small clay bowl holding oil, with a flax or linen wick. Associated spellings/words: ner, niyr; mnvrh, menorah ['candlestick; lamps- tand']."

nayr - "Transliterated Aramaic spelling for the word/words 'light' [Daniel 2:22]. Associated spellings/words: naehiyr."

nere - "Definitions: spin." (Latin)

nyil - "Definitions: a bow to shoot arrows (Hungarian). Associated spellings/words: nyel ['to swallow']."

Nile - "A great river in Egypt; the Nile was believed to have risen out of the ground from between two mountains [Qer-Hapi and Mu-Hapi] (Egyptian). Associated spellings/words: Nile Colony ['A colony reportedly started at Sais on the Nile Delta by Mayas, comming from Atlantis under the leadership of Thoth about 16,000 years ago.']." njaayar - "Name for the Sun." (Tamil) *Link: http://www.nineplanets.org/days.html

Nara - "Definitions: divine one; man." (Hindu)

Neriah - "Definitions: lamp of the lord." (Hebrew)

niraya - "Definitions: downward path." (Sanskrit)

Nereus - "Definitions: ancient sea-god (Greek). Associated spellings/words: neros ['wet']; nereis, nereid ['sea-nymph']."

nihilism - "Definitions: negative doctrines in religion or morals; extreme revolutionary prin- ciples involving destruction of existing institutions. XIX. Also nihilist XIX. f. nihil (short for nihilum. f. *nihilum, f. ni. var. of ne (see NO) + hilum: small thing, trifle) + ISM, IST." [Based on: Oxford Concise Dictionary Of English Etymology (1996 paperback version), p. 313]

nirvana - "Literally, blowing out, extinguishing (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: nibbana; nirvana ['Buddhist Heaven']."

nirvretti - "Definitions: returning." (Sanskrit)

nirvikalpa - "1 (mwd) nirvikalpa mfn. (or %{-pana} L.) not admitting an alternative, free from change or differences, Tejob. Up. Veda7ntas.; admitting no doubt, not wavering Bhartr2. (%{am}) ind. without hesitation or reflection Pan5c.; %{-vAda} and %{-vicAra} m. N. of wks. / 3 (mwd) nirvikalpaka mfn. = %{-vikalpa} BhP. Bha1sha1p. Veda7ntas.; n. knowledg not depending upon or derived from the senses W. " (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

nirvikalpa = "2 (cap) nirvikalpa & {-ka} a. having or offering no alternative, free from difference or doubt; n. {-lpam} without hesitation or reflection." (cap) = Capeller's Sanskrit-English Dictionary *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

nirvikalpa - "Definitions: unwavering, concentrated; a state of deep meditation (samadhi) in which the disciple cannot distinguish himself from the object of meditation [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 462] (Sanskrit)."

nirukta - "Nirukta (Sanskrit) from nir forth, out + the verbal root vac to speak, utter. Uttered, pronounced, expressed, defined; as a noun, the etymological interpretation of a word, also the name of such works." *Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nirukta

nirodha - "Definitions: cessation; dissolution." (Sanskrit)

Nerissa - "Definitions: nymph, or sea sprite." (Greek)

Niranjan - "Definitions: 'beyond illusion'."

niranjan - "Niranjan in Sanskrit means the one without blemishes[1].[anjanasya abhavaha]"
[Based on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Niranjan]

niranjana - "Feminine name of 'Niranjan'. The literal meaning in Sanskrit "Fearless". [NP] Niranjan is combination of Nir means 'Without' and Anjan means 'fear', also in Sanskrit "Anjan" means "MAYA" as in the causal force for all feelings of "self" and belongings. [NP] Name of Goddess Durga. *Link: http://www.pitarau.com/nd/Girl/niranjana

niranjana - "As a male name, Nirañjana is pronounced with a short final vowel 'a', and is a name of Lord Shiva. The female variant of the name is pronounced with a long final vowel 'a', and is a name of the Goddess Durga, as well as a name of the day of the full moon." *Link: http://babynamesworld.parentsconnect.com/meaning_of_Niranjana.html] - [T.D. - 03/02/11]

niranjana - "Definitions: ‘state beyond mental functions’ " *Link: http://www.ibasi.org/shaktipat.html

nILAanjana - "1 (cap) nILAnjanana - n. (black) antimony." (cap) = Capeller's Sanskrit-English Dictionary
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

nirankar - "Definitions: formless." (Sanskrit) nilam - "1 (otl) nilam - 1. ground, earth, land; 2. soil; 3. field; 4. the earth; the world; 5. inhabitants of the world; 6. place, region; 7. rank; 8. source of musical sound, as letters, syllables and metrical feet; 9. object of sense; 10. storey or upper floor of a house." [Note: (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon]
*Link: http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/cgi-bin/tamil/recherche]

nIlam - "2 (otl) nilam - 1. blue, azure or purple colour; 2. blue dye, indigo; 3. sapphire, one of navamani , q.v.; 4. a kind of gem; 5. one of the nine treasures of kube1ra; 6. black colour; 7. darkness; 8. blue nelumbo; 9. blue cloth; 10. poison; 11. verdigris; 12. collyrium; 13. palmyra tree; 14. an old coin." [Note: (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon]
*Link: http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/cgi-bin/tamil/recherche]

nILam - "3 (otl) nIlam - 01 1. extension, length; 2. distance, remoteness; 3. delay, procrastination." [Note: (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon] *Link: http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/cgi-bin/tamil/recherche]

nILam - "2 (otl) nILam - 02 bird's nest." [Note: (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon]
*Link: http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/cgi-bin/tamil/recherche]

nirmala charan - "Definitions: fountain of youth." (Sanskrit) nirR - "2 (mwd) nirR - (aor. %{-Arata} Subj. %{-arAma} RV.; ind. p. %{-Rtya} AV.), to go out or off, fall away from, be deprived of (abl. or gen.) RV. i, 4, 5; vii, 56, 21 &c.; to separate, disjoin AV. x , 2 , 2: Caus. %{-arpayati}, to cause to go to pieces or decay, to dissolve, destroy, ruin S3Br." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

nirala - "Definitions: peerless."

nirguna - "Definitions: without attributes; appellation for God [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 462] (Sanskrit). Other definitions include: formless, without qualities; inside, no thing (Sanskrit)."

nirAkAram - "4 (otl) 01 1. shapelessness, formlessness; 2. air, ether, as formless; 4. beatitude" (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

Njord - "Definitions: a Norse god of the sea and winds and a protector of sailors. He is the leader of the Vanir."

nirata - "3 (mwd) nirata mfn. pleased, satisfied, delighting in, attached or devoted to, quite intent upon, deeply engaged in or occupied with (loc. instr. or comp.) Mn. Var. MBh. Ka1v. &c." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

niratam - "12 (otl) niratam ever, always" (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

niratam - "13 (otl) nIratam 01 cloud, as giving water / 14 (otl) nIratam 02 that which is waterless" (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

nil-tal - "1 (otl) nil-tal(niRRal) - 1. to stand; 2. to stop, halt, tarry; 3. to be steadfast; to persevere, persist in a course of conduct; 4. to stay, abide, continue; 5. to cease; to be discontinued, stopped or suspended; 6. to be subdued; 7. to remain; to be left, as matter in a boil, as disease in the system; to be due, as debt; 8. to wait, delay" (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

nik - "Definitions: flower (Mayan). Associated spellings/words: nic ['immensity, cosmos'] (Mayan)."

nike - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'victory' [1 John 5:4]. Associated spellings/words: nikh; nikos; nikao."

Nike - "Definitions: Dominance or Victory; a pre-Hellinic Goddess born of Styx (Greek). Associated spellings/words: nike, nikos ['victory']; nikao [to win a victory, to conquer']."

NICK - "Definitions: small broken area or chip." NICHE - "Definitions: recess in a wall, fitting place, work, or use." niga - "2 (mwd) niga mfn. bound, fettered (?) Ka1t2h. / 3 (mwd) nigA 1. (aor. %{ny-agAt}, %{ni-gAm}), to enter, come or get into, attach one's self to (acc.) RV. AV. MBh." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

nIca - "3 (mwd) nIcA ind. below, down, downwards RV. AV." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

nichi - "Definitions: sun." (Japanese)

Nixies - "Definitions: Germanic water-fairies similar to Greek nereids."

Nikita - "Definitions: unconquerable; the Russian form of the Greek name Aniketos."

nikitarpok - "Definitions: alternates." (Eskimo)

nikao - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'overcome' [Luke 11:22]; 'victory' [Revelation 15:2]. Other definitions include: overcometh, overcame, prevailed, conquer, conquering, to win a victory. Associated spellings/words: nikaw."

naiku - "Definitions: inner shrine." (Japanese) Nae Yaku - "Definitions: spirits of the recent dead." (Ceylon Mythology)

nikos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'victory' [Matthew 12:20], [1 Corin- thians 15:54, 55, 57]. Associated spellings/words: nike."

nigon - "Definitions: nine (Old Engligh). Associated spellings/words: nigun, negen, niun, neun, niu, niun, novem, ennea, noin, deveti, devyni, nava."

niguhn - "Definitions: a wordless chant." (Hebrew)

Nicholas - "Definitions: victory people; Old Nick, or Hold Nickar, the Teutonic sea god known as king of the nixies [sea nymphs]. Nicholas was also equated with Woden; the patron saint of children, sailors and merchants, and Greece and Russia. Sinte Klaas, Santa Claus."

nychvch - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'sweet' [Genesis 8:21]. Associated spellings/words: nichowach."

Nicodemus - "Definitions: victory of the people." (Greek)

nigama - "Definitions: town, market." (Pali)

nijmanas - "Definitions: the inner mind, corresponding to the causal body (karan sharir) [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 462] (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: nijman."

negro - "Definitions: black." (Spanish, Portuguese)

nigliktok - "Definitions: cold, is cold." (Eskimo)

nikbah - "Definitions: tunnel." (Siloam Transcription)

Nyd [N] - "Definitions: friction / resistance; fire-bow & block [the bore I and the bow \ that turns it to kindle the need-fire]; stepping forth into manifestation; the 10th Rune commonly depicted by a vertical staff crossed by a slanted bar (Runic). Associated spellings/words: naudh, naudhr, nauths, naudhiz; nodus ['knot']."

nyid - "Definitions: self (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: nyi ['sun']."

NEED - "Definitions: force, constraint; necessity; lack, want; matter requiring action. Associated spellings/words: ned, nied, nod, nood, not, nauo, naubs, nautin ['need']."

Neith - "The Primal Abyss from which the sun first rose, and the Cow, who gave birth to Ra; Triple Goddess of Sais, also called Anatha, Ath-enna, Athene, Medusa. Greeks knew her as Nete, one of the original trinity of Muses at Delphi; Neith was the Egyptian Minerva, and was the goddess of the lower heavens. She is generally pictured holding up the heavens on her head." (Egyptian)

nida - "Definitions: resting place, nest (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: net, nyth, nidus."

nitya - "Definitions: prescribed (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: nitya ["everlasting, contemplation"]

niyati - "Definitions: fate, destiny." (Sanskrit)

Nidhogg -"Definitions: evil dragon monster that lived in Nastrond [the shore of corpses] in the realm of Niflheim and continually gnawed the roots of the great tree Yggdrasil (Norse Mythology). Associated spellings/words: Nidhug."

nibbuta - "Definitions: egoless." (Sanskrit)

naiatsu - "Definitions: internal pressure." (Japanese)

neben - "Definitions: beside, side by side." (German)

Nidanas - "Definitions: the twelve interconnected causes, as taught by Buddhism, which keep the Wheel of Birth and death revolving." (Sanskrit)

nij-dham - "Definitions: seed country." (Sanskrit)

nibRh - "1 (mwd) nibRh (%{vRh}) P. %{-bRhati} (aor. %{-barhIt}), to throw down, overthrow, crush, destroy RV.: Caus. %{-barhayati} id. ib. MBh. &c." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon
*Link: http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/cgi-bin/tamil/recherche

Nu - "Definitions: life-giver; the male counterpart of Nut; Another name for the Egyptian god Nun; primeval, illimitable and uncomprehensible ocean." (Egyptian Mythology)

Nu [N] - "Thirteenth letter in the Greek alphabet. The capital form is the same as English N. The small form resembles a small v-like shape. Reported meanings for N include: night; hag; older 14th letter; number 50."

nu [u3] - "Name for a pictograph believed to represent the image of a kneeling woman. General meanings include: woman; female." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/164/x107.htm

nu - "Definitions: image, likeness, picture, statue, figurine; light, fire, lamp." (Sumerian)

nv - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'us' [Genesis 23:6]. Associated spellings/ words: nu."

NO - "Definitions: used to express the negative."

nue - "Definitions: cloud." (French)

NOV /r - "Definitions: new. Associated spellings/words: nova, novus, novare (Latin)."

NOW - "Definitions: at the present time or moment. Associated spellings/words: nu, nun, num, nunc, nyne."

nva - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'fugitive' [Genesis 4:12]; 'wander' [Numbers 32:13]. Other definitions include: to quiver, totter, shake, shaken, reel, stagger, continually, move, sift, sifted, make move, moved, wag, wave, waver, tremble; vibrate, swing, up and down. Associated spellings/words: nua, nuwa."

nva - "Definitions: produce. The results of a searching. Either successful or failure. Associated spellings/words: nya." (Hebrew)

nvh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'habitation' [Exodus 15:2 ]; 'home' [Habakkuk 2:5]. Associated spellings/words: navah."

nvch - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'rested' [Genesis 8:4, etc.]; 'let down' [Exodus 17:11]; 'lay' [Isaiah 30:32]. Other definitions include: rest, set, quieted. Associated spellings/words: nuwach; nch, Noach, Noah (Genesis 5:29, etc.)'."

Noah - "Definitions: a ceasing; son of Lamech and grandson of Methuselah chosen by God to survive the deluge (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: Nvch."

Nuah - "Definitions: third person in the Chaldean Trinity, and also the third sign in the Chaldean Zodiac."

NOVA - "Definitions: star that suddenly brightens and then fades."

noeo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'understand' [Matthew 15:17]; 'perceive' [Mark 7:18; 8:17]; 'understood' [Romans 1:20]; 'think' [Ephesians 3:20]. Other definitions include: to grasp, understanding. Associated spellings/words: nohw."

nahua - "Nahuatl has over a million and a half speakers, more than any other family of indigenous languages in Mexico today. The name Nahuatl comes from the root nahua which means clear sound or command."

Nu Wa [u3a1] - "Definitions: Chinese creator goddess who had a bottom half shaped like a serpent." (Chinese Mythology) *Links: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/N%C3%BCwa

nawi - "Definitions: eye." (Quechua)

nahui - "Definitions: four." (Aztec)

neuein - "Definitions: nod, incline the head." (Greek)

nvi ma - "Definitions: sun (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: nyi."

Naveed - "Definitions: good news." (Persian)

nvs - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'fled' & 'flee' [Genesis 14:10; 19:20]. Other definitions include: rapid movement or motion away from someone or something. Associated spellings/words: nus, noos."

nous - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'understanding' [Luke 24:45, etc.]; 'mind' [Romans 1:28, etc.]. Other definitions include: the mind as the organ of per- ception, minds; spirit; heart."

NOSE - "Definitions: perceive by smell; poke about."

NEWS - "Definitions: novelties; tidings. Associated spellings/words: novele, nova, novum ['new thing']."

navis - "Definitions: ship (Latin). Associated spellings/words: nau, naus, nau, nor."

NOISE - "Definitions: loud outcry, rumour; loud sound."

Nahusha - "Definitions: Vedic serpent-king, once ruler of the gods, later cast down to the underworld by Indra." (Hindu Mythology)

noseo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'doting' [1 Timothy 6:4]. Associated spellings/words: nosho; nosos ['illness']."

nosos - "Definitions: illness (Greek). Associated spellings/words: noseo; malakia; astheneia."

Nehushtan - "Definitions: Semitic serpent god whose idol was made by Moses (2 Kings 18:4). Gnostic Jews worshipped Nehushtan in the first few centuries A.D. and were known as Naassians [snake-worshippers]. Associated spellings/words: Nahash."

nosotras - "Definitions: we (Spanish). Associated spellings/words: nosotros."

GNOSI /r - "Definitions: know. Associated spellings/words: noscere (Latin)."

NUANCE - "Definitions: shade of feeling, meaning; shade of color. Associated spellings/words: nuer ['show variations of shades of colour like clouds']; nue ['cloud']."

nuwang - "Definitions: queen." (Chinese)

Nun - "Definitions: Egyptian god of the primordial waters depicted as a blue or green bearded man. Mythology: 'Before Atum's act of creation, the universe was a formless, watery void, called Nun. Out of this void emerged a phallic-shaped hill, the sacred Hill of Atum [Based on: The Stargate Conspiracy, p. 6].' Associated spellings/words: noun."

Nun [N] - "Definitions: a fish; reversibility; the 14th letter [8th Elememtal] in the Hebrew alphabet; number 50; the 22nd ['God blessed them, be fruitfull and multiply,] of 32 paths, or states of consciousness." (Hebrew)

nun - "Definitions: woman belonging to a religious order."

Noun - "Definitions: "[....] Thus in the seventeenth chapter [Egyptian Book of the Dead?] mentioned by Maspero [M. Gaston Maspero], one finds (1) Osiris saying he is Toum (the crerative force in nature, giving form to all Beings, spirits and men), self-generated and self-existent, issued from Noun, the celestial river, called Father-mother of the gods, the primordial diety, which is chaos or the deep, impregnated by the unseen spirit. [....]" [Based on: The Secret Doctrine Vol. I (1999 Edition), by Helena P. Blavatsky, p. 312]- [my brackets - D.R.D.]

NOON - "Definitions: 9th hour from sunrise [3pm]; office of nones; middle of the day. Associated spellings/words: nona, non, noen, nona; nonus ['ninth']."

NOUN - "Definitions: name of a person, place, or thing. Associated spellings/words: nun; num; namen, nomen ['name'] (Latin)."

neuein - "Definitions: 'to nod' ". (Greek)

nones - "Definitions: days in the Roman calendar that corresponded with the first quarter of the moon."

non smin - "Definitions: suppression and development [of the results of actions]." (Tibetan)

NOUNC /r - "Definitions: declare, warn. Associated spellings/words:

NUNCI /r ['declare, warn']."

nuntiare - "Definitions: to speak." (Latin)

nom - "Definitions: to enjoy, to take pleasure in; seize, keep, hold; smell (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: namo ['blessings']."

Noom - "Definitions: the heavenly artist (Egyptian Mythology). Associated spellings/words: pneuma ['wind'] (Greek); novem ['nine'] (Latin)."

noema - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'devices' [2 Corinthians 2:11]; 'minds' [2 Corinthians 3:14; 4:4; 11:3], [Philippians 4:7]; 'thought' [2 Corinthians 10:5]. Associated spellings/words: nohma."

Naomi - "Definitions: my joy (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: Noam ['delight, or joy']."

Nommo - "The Dogon believe that their ancestors were taught the arts of civilization by gods called the Nommo - or rather demigods, because the Nommo were believed to have been emissaries of the one god, Amma - who descended to earth in an 'ark' in the remote past [The Stargate Conspiracy, p.28].'"

nomos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'law' [Matthew 5:17],[Romans 8:2]. Other definitions include: universal principle."

Nomusa - "Definitions: merciful." (African)

nomizo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'think' [Matthew 15:17]; 'supposed' [Matthew 20:10]. Other definitions include: to suppose, supposing, thought. Associat- ed spellings/words: nomizw."

numun - "Definitions: seed." (Sumerian) numen - "Definitions: divine spirit, presiding divinity," 1620s, from L. numen 'divine will, divinity,' lit. 'a nod,' from nuere 'to nod' (assent); see numinous."
*Link: http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=numen&searchmode=none

numina - Definitions: spirits." (Latin)

Numenor - "Definitions: West land. Associated spellings/words: Numendor; andune ['sunset, west'], etc."
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_MQ.html - [T.D. - 12/23/07]

NUMB - "Definitions: deprived of feeling or the power of movement. Associated spellings/words: nomen, nimen, niman ['take, seize']."

NOMAD - "1550s, from M.Fr. nomade (16c.), from L. Nomas (gen. Nomadis) 'wandering groups in Arabia,' from Gk. nomas (gen. nomados, pl. nomades) 'roaming, roving, wandering' (to find pastures for flocks or herds), related to nomos 'pasture, pasturage, grazing,' lit. 'land allotted,' and to nemein 'put to pasture,' originally 'deal out,' from PIE root *nem- 'to divide, distribute, allot' (see nemesis)."
*Link: http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=nomad&searchmode=none

numphe - "Definitions: a bride or a nubile young woman (Greek). Associated spellings/words: nymphe, nympha; nymphomania ['sexual obsession']."

numpios - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'bridegroom' [Mark 2:19]. Associated spellings/words: numphios."

numpon - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'bridechamber' [Mark 2:19]. Associated spellings/words: numphon."

NUMBER - "Definitions: sum of individuals or units; full tale or count; multitude; aggregate. Associated spellings/words: numbre, nombre; NUMEROUS ['consisting of a great number']."

nvr - "Transliterated Aramaic spelling for the word/words 'fiery' [Daniel 3:20]. Other definitions include: fire. Associated spellings/words: nuwr."

Nur - "There is also the phenomenon of four elements, besides one which is the source and goal of all elements: Nur, the ether; this makes them five. Baad the air, Aetsh the fire, Aab the water, Khaak the earth. These elements have worked in consonance with one another in order to bring about the results desired by the divine wisdom working behind them. In every Akasha or Asman they have been present either more or less; one without the other did not exist; the four together brought the fifth. In this way the whole manifestation has taken place through a gradual process of development." [Based on: http://www.sufimessage.com/soul-whence-whither/intro.html]

NOR - "Definitions: used to negate."

navr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'youth' [Genesis 8:21]. Associated spellings/words: nauwr."

NEUR /r - "Definitions: nerve. Associated spellings/words: neuron (Greek)."

null - "Definitions: zero." (German)

Noel - "Definitions: Christmas." (French)

newel - "Definitions: pillar forming the center of a winding stair; post supporting the handrail of a staircase. Associated spellings/words: nowel; nodus ['knot']."

nu'er - "Definitions: daughter." (Chinese)

NOVEL - "Definitions: new or strange."

nwyvre - "Definitions: fifth element; ether; bodily energy." (Bardic, Celtic)

Nora - "Definitions: honour." (Latin)

nula - "Definitions: zero." (Bosnian)

nuera - "Definitions: day." (Greek)

nuri - "Definitions: light." (Sanskrit?)

nurai - "(otl) nurai 01 1. froth, foam, scum, spume, lather; 2. bubble; 3. butter; 4. flaw in a diamond; 5. whiteness" (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

NOURISH - "Definitions: promote the growth of. Associated spellings/words: nutrire ['feed']."

noritsu - "Definitions: efficiency; min. movement/ max. result; effective effort; productivity w/o excessive movement." (Japanese)

nuri sarup - "Definitions: Light body, the Radiant Form of the Master, the astral form [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 462] (Sanskrit)."

NERVE - "Definitions: sinew, tendon; fibrous connection conveying sensation, etc. between the brain and other body parts. Nervous tissues, which form the brain, spinal cord, and nerves, consist of cells having long protoplasmic extensions. These nerve cells [neurons] transmit messages throughout the body. They originate from the ectodermal layer of the embryo. Associated spellings/words: neuron ['sinew, nerve'] (Greek); nervus ['sinew, bowstring']; nere ['spin'] (Latin)."

Nowruz - "Definitions: 'new day'; New Year; the Persian New year." (Farsi)

Norse - "Norwegian, the language of Norway and its colonies. Noorsch, noordssch, noord ['north']."

Nowruz - "Definitions: New Year; the Persian New year." (Farsi)

Norns -"Definitions: the female trinity of Fates as she/they appeared in Scandinavian myth. Common names for the Norns were Urda [Earth], Verthandi, and Skuld, variously translated as Fate, Being, and Necessity. Other translations include: Become, Becomming, and Shall-Be; Past, Present, and Future; Birth, Old Age, and Death."

Norman Conquest - "William the Conqueror, the Duke of Normandy, invaded and conquered England and the Anglo-Saxons in 1966 A.D."

Normandy - "In 1204 AD, King John lost the province of Normandy to the King of France."

Nur Mahal - "It is said that Guru Nanak went to Kaaba (the sacred shrine of the Muslims at Mecca) where Qazi Rukun-ud-Din, a celebrated Muslim divine, asked him to give a description of the Palace of the Most High. The Guru replied that the Mansion of the Lord is the human body—a palace that has nine outer portals, with a tenth inner portal that leads to Nur Mahal (the refulgent Celestial Abode) in which God Himself resides. [....]" *Link: http://tinyurl.com/75gaskm

NORTH - "Definitions: to or toward the north. Associated spellings/words: noro, noord, nordri, noror; norden ['north'] (German)."

Nijord - "Definitions: Norse Van who took up residence in Asgard with his two children Frey and Freya." (Norse Mythology)

nor ba - "Definitions: mistake." (Tibetan)

nUr-tal - "(otl) nur-tal 01 1. to go out; to be extinguished, as a lamp; to become extinct, as a family; 2. to be appeased or suppressed, as hunger, anger; 3. to be spoiled; to begin to rot; to grow too soft" (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

NURTURE - "Definitions: training or upbringing; nourishment; fostering care. Associated spellings/words: nourture, nourrir."

Norbert - "Definitions: north bright." (Teutonic)

nuk - "Definitions: Mayan women?"

nyx - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'night' [Matthew 2:14, etc.]. Other definitions: nights. Associated spellings: nux; layil ['night'] (Hebrew)."

nog - "Definitions: 'youth'." (Celtic)

nvch - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'rested' [Genesis 8:4, etc.]; 'let down' [Exodus 17:11]; 'lay' [Isaiah 30:32]. Other definitions include: rest, set, quieted. Associated spellings/words: nuwach; nch, Noach, Noah (Genesis 5:29, etc.)'."

noch - "Definitions: another." (German)

nooch - "Definitions: chin (Mayan). Associated spellings/words: noosh ['chin'] (Mayan)."

Nu-gua - "Definitions: Chinese creator goddess who created the first humans from yellow earth, after Heaven and earth had separated." (Chinese Mythology)

NUCLEUS - "Definitions: condensed portion of the head of a comet; central part, kernel. Associated spellings/words: nucula ['small nut']; nux, nuc ['nut']."

nub - "Definitions: west, western; evening, night, decline, wane; supper (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: nub ['gold'] (Egyptian)."

Nut - "Definitions: Egyptian goddess of the daytime sky depicted as a woman wearing a vase on her head; life-giver; the [necessarily] virgin matrix of principle substance. Associated spellings/words: Nut, Nuit ['femine form of Nu'] (Egyptian)."

nvt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'daughters' [Genesis 6:1]. Associated spellings/words: nut, not."

nvd - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'vagabond' [Genesis 4:12]; 'Nod' [Genesis 4:16]. Associated spellings/words: nuwd."

nod - "Definitions: to receive; obtain instruction; vessel, habitation, abode." (Tibetan)

NOT - "Definitions: used to make a statement negative. Associated spellings/words: NAUGHT ['nothing']; nawit, nawuht, nauht, no + wight."

noib - "Definitions: holy." (Old Irish)

NUDE - "Definitions: not formally attested; bare, mere; naked, unclothed. Associated spellings/ words: nudus."

NODE - "Definitions: stem part from which a leaf arises."

NOTE - "Definitions: sign denoting a musical sound; call of a bird; mark, sign, character. Associated spellings/words: nota ['mark']; notare."

NOTICE - "Definitions: attention. Associated spellings/words: notitia, notus ['known']."

noton - "Definitions: back." (Greek)

gnothe seauton - "Definitions: know thyself."

NOBLE - "Definitions: of outstanding character. nobilis, gnobilis."

NEUTER - "Definitions: not either; neither masculine or feminine. Associated spellings/words: ne ['not'] + uter ['either'] (Latin)."

nutaroyok - "Definitions: new, is new." (Eskimo)

nubero - "Definitions: tempest (Spanish). Associated spellings/words: nubere ['marry'] (Latin)."

NOTORIOUS - "Definitions: well known; noted for some bad quality. Associated spellings/words: notus ['known']."

NEUTRON - "Definitions: uncharged atomic particle."

NUTRIENT - "Definitions: something giving nourishment."

NEUTRAL - "Definitions: not favoring either side." nutaralak - "Definitions: baby." (Eskimo)

NUDGE - "Definitions: touch or push gently."

NOTCH - "Definitions: v-shaped hollow." noutheteo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'warn' [Acts 20:31]. Other definitions: admonish, admonishing, to warn or advise, instruct. Associated spellings: nouthhtho; nouthesia ['admonition']."

NOTABLE - "Definitions: noteworthy, distinguished. Associated spellings/words: notabilis, notare."

ns - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'pole' [Numbers 21:8]; 'sail' [Isaiah 33:23], [Ezekiel 27:7]; 'standard' [Isaiah 49:22]. Other definitions include: sign, banner, ensign. Associated spellings/words: nes."

nas - "Definitions: us; personal pronoun; accusative/dative/genitive enclitic form of vayám ('we')." (Vedic) Associated spellings/words: radati." *Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-3-X.html

nas - "Definitions: barley." (Tibetan) naas - "Definitions: forward; from now on." (Navajo)

NOSE - "Definitions: organ of smell; front part. Associated spellings/words: nasal, nasalis, nasus, nasale."

NESS /s - "Definitions: state or condition. Associated spellings/words: ness, niss, nessi, nassus."

naess - Definitions: cliff." (Anglo-Saxon) *Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_RZ.html - [T.D. - 01/10/09]

nsa - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'beguiled' [Genesis 3:13]; 'deceive' [2 Kings 18:29]; 'seize' [Psalm 55:15]. Other definitions include: deceived. Associated spellings/words: nasha."

nsa - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'bear' [Genesis 4:13, 13:6]; 'bare up' [Genesis 7:17]; 'lifted up' [Genesis 13:10]; 'lift up' [Genesis 18:2]; 'spare' [Genesis 18:26]; 'accepted' [Genesis 19;21]. Other definitions include: carry. Associated spellings/words: nasa'."

nsa - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'journeyed' [Genesis 11:2; 13:11; 20:1]. Associated spellings/words: nawsah."

nsh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'tempt' [Genesis 22:1], [Exodus 17:2]; 'tempted' [Exodus 17:7]; 'proved' [Exodus 15:25]; 'prove' [Exodus 16:4, 20:20]. Associated spellings/words: nawsaw."

nsh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'shrank' [Genesis 32:32]. Note: this is the one Biblical verse where 'shrank' appears twice. Once spelled as 'nsa' and then as 'nsh'. Other definitions include: displaced. Associated spellings/words: nasheh."

nazah - "Definitions: sprinkling."

nessa - "Definitions: duck (Greek). Associated spellings/words: Nissa ['nymph who was the Mother of the Sun'] (Greek Legend)."

neshiya - "Definitions: forgetfulness." (Hebrew)

neznam - "Definitions: I don't know." (Bosnian)

nzm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'earring' [Genesis 24:22, 30, etc.]; 'earrings' [Genesis 35:4], [Exodus 32:2, etc.], [Hosea 2:13]; 'jewels' [Isaiah 3:21]; 'jewel' [Ezekiel 16:12]. Associated spellings/words: nexem."

nsm - "Definitions: to pant, of a woman in travail or labour. Associated spellings/words: nasham." (Hebrew)

nsmh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'breath' [Genesis 2:7, etc.]; 'blast' [2 Samuel 22:16], [Psalm 18:15]; 'inspiration' [Job 32:8]; 'spirit' [Job 26:4], [Pro- verbs 20:27]; 'souls' [Isaiah 57:16]. Other meanings include: level of understanding; the highest degree of the soul. Associated spellings/words: neshamah; nsym, nashim ['women']. History: 'In the esoteric Judaism of the Cabalah, the Deep Self is named the Neshamah, from the root, Shmh, 'to hear, listen': The Neshamah is She Who Listens, the soul who inspires and guides us (Based on: Starhawk, The Spiral Dance, p. 46)."

Neshamah - "[....] The soul is comprised of three grades: the Nefesh, the gross element which bears all the instincts & bodily cravings; the Ruah, the grade which contains the moral virtues & the ability to distinguish between good and evil; & the Neshamah, the sublimest grade of the trinity which may be properly called the soul. (All three Hebrew terms mean, literally, 'soul'.) [....] The Neshamah grade corresponds with the first triad (Kether, Hokmah & Binah), which represents the intellectual world. [....] The Neshamah grade is the highest of all grades & even when it is not consciously realized it rules the course of a man's life. In one place the Kabbal- ists say that a man may not know the Neshamah until he dies, & yet in another they say that the perfect devotee may come to know her. This apparent contradiction seems to mean that the perfect devotee is one who dies in a spiritual sense only, both for himself and the world. For those who do not know this spiritual death, only the natural & common death may bring the Neshamah before their eyes. The Nesh- amah, the highest grade of existence, is in no way bound to the two lower grades. It is beyond sin & judgement & is often identified with the divine Shekhinah. [....] [Based on: Kabbalah (Original Copyright 1973), Charles Ponce, Second Quest edition, 1980, pp. 202, 203, 205 & 206]. Associated spellings/words: nsmh."

nzr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words: 'crown' [Exodus 29:6]; 'separation' [Numbers 6:4, 19]; 'consecration' [Numbers 6:7]; 'hair' [Jeremiah 7:29]. Other defin- itions include: priests headgear. Associated spellings/words: nezer."

nzr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words: 'separate' [Leviticus 15:13; 22:2], [Numbers 6:2]: '[....] Speak unto the children of Israel, and say unto them, When either man or woman shall separate [pla] themselves to vow a vow of a Nazarite, to separate [nzr] themselves unto the LORD: [....]'; to vow or consecrate one's self to the service of God. (Based on: H.P. Blavatsky). Associated spellings/words: nazar."

Nesaru - "The Power Above." (Native American / Arikara)

Nazaraious - "Definitions: separation, alienation from other men." (Based on: Dunlap: "Sod, the Son of the Man," p. x.)

nsk - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'poured' [Genesis 35:14], [Numbers 28:7], [2 Samuel 23:16], [Isaiah 29:10], [Jeremiah 44:19]; 'cover' [Exodus 25:29; 37:16], [Isaiah 30:1]; 'pour' [Exodus 30:9], [Jeremiah 7:18]; 'set' [Psalm 2:6]; 'offer' [Psalm 16:4]; 'set up' [Proverbs 8:23]; 'melteth' [Isaiah 40:19]; 'molten' [Isaiah 44:10]; 'offer' [Hosea 9:4]. Associated spellings/words: nawsak; nskym."

NASC /r - "Definitions: to be born, to spring forth. Associated spellings/words: nascor (Latin); nasc ['link'] (Gaelic)."

nesek - "Definitions: libation." (Hebrew)

naaskaa - "Definitions: it has been investigated." (Navajo)

nezikin - "Definitions: damages." (Hebrew)

nskym - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'drink offerings' [Jeremiah 44:19]. Associated spellings/words: nsk, nawsak." Nasgul - "Definitions: Ring Wraiths or web of sorcery.
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_MQ.html - [T.D. - 12/23/07]

NEST - "Definitions: bowl-like bird shelter."

nasatya - "Definitions: friendly; divine twins, or charioters in the form of birds or horses (Hindu Mythology). Associated spellings/words: Ashvins."

Naestan - "Definitions: Horizontal Woman, who with Yadilyil [upper darkness], created Estsanathlehi from a black cloud covering a mountaintop." (Native American Mythology)

Nestor - "Definitions: homecomming." (Greek)

nan - "Definitions: insistent, earnest, pressing, pressure (Tibetan). Associated spellings/ words: non ['oppress; press; obtain']; nana ['look, watch, observe; his, hers, it's, by him, her, it'] (Hawaiian)."

nan - "Definitions: name." (Tibetan)

nan - "Definitions: woman." (Aztec)

NON /p - "Definitions: not, reverse of, or absence of."

NONE - "Definitions: no one, nobody; not any. Associated spellings/words: nan, nen, neen, nein, neinn, non."

naana - "Definitions: again." (Navajo)

Nanna - "Definition: Full Moon; The Lady; a name for the ancient Sumerian moon-goddess worshipped at Ur, and whose symbol was the crescent moon. She was believed to have been a mother goddess, and was called: Queen of Heaven; the consort of Nabu [the son of Marduk]; by other reports 'he' was the 'son' of Ninlil and the 'first-born' of Enlil who was said to spend three days each month [at the time of the new moon] in the underworld, standing judgement over the dead. According to the same report, his wife was believed to have been Ningal with whom he fathered the sun-god Utu and the goddess Inanna. Associated spellings/words: Nana; Nina; Inanna; Ishtar; Anahita."

Nanna - "In Teutonic mythology, the goddess of purity, blossoms, and vegetation; wife of Balder; mother of Forseti."

nani - "Definitions: place." (Eskimo)

naanii - "Definitions: sideways." (Navajo) Nenya - "Definitions: Ring of water.
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_MQ.html - [T.D. - 12/23/07]

naanish - "Definitions: job; business; employment." (Navajo)

Ninua - "Definitions: Nineveh, ancient capital of the Assyrian Empire first settled in Neolithic times [6000 B.C.]. Associated spellings/words: Calah."

nanuk - "Definitions: polar bear (Eskimo). Associated spellings/words: nanertak ['bear cub']; nanurark ['bear skin']."

Nanahuatzin - "Definitions: Nahuatl bubonic god who ushered in the Fifth Sun."

Nanshe - "Definitions: 'Interpreter of Dreams'; Babylonian title of the Goddess who gave her priests the ability to interpret and prophesy from other men's dreams; Goddess of water and fertility, her symbol was a vessel of water with a fish in it." (Based on: Barbara Walker, The Women's Encyclopedia of Myths & Secrets, p. 718)

nenmo - "Definitions: so, that." (Chinese)

naanala - "Definitions: another; another one; to give some more." (Navajo)

nang - "Definitions: in, within, inside (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: Nang-Du ['internal']; nang snod ['interior receptacle, vessel'] (Tibetan); nang ['clouds'] (Gilbertese)."

neng - "Definitions: able to [AV]." (Chinese)

Nanak - "Definitions: founder of the Sikh faith who lived 1469-1539 A.D."

nanchu - "Definitions: difficulty (Chinese). Associated spellings/words: nan ['south; difficult'] (Chinese)."

nangar - "Definitions: carpenter." (Sumerian)

Nanda - "Definitions: the legendary brother of Buddha."

nandi - "Definitions: the happy one, the sacred white bull on which Shiva travels (Hindu). Associated spellings/words: Nandin."

nanbian [a2a1] - "Definitions: nan [a2] ('south') + bian [a1] ('movement on edge; side'). General meanings include: south side." (Chinese)

nantat - "Definitions: ancestors." (Quiche Maya)

nam - "Definitions: Name; the Shabd, Logos, or Word; the divine creative power [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 462] (Sanskrit). Other definitions include: bend, bow (Sanskrit)."

nam - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'saith' [Genesis 22:16], [Numbers 14:28], [1 Samuel 2:30]; 'said' [Numbers 24:3,4,15,16], [2 Samuel 23:1, etc.]. Other definitions include: spake. Associated spellings/words: naeum; gnam ['Heaven'] (Bon Mythology)."

nam - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'beauty' [Psalm 27:4], [Zechariah 11:7, 10]; 'pleasentness' [Proverbs 3:17]; 'pleasant' [Proverbs 15:26; 16:24]. Other definitions include: spake. Associated spellings/words: [nun + ayin + mem]; No'am."

nam - "Definitions: question particle; when; night, at day-break, midnight (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: nem nem ['a nodding, wanning, or rocking motion']." (Tibetan)

nam - "Reportedly a sign introducing an abstract noun, example: nam.lugal [kingship]." (Sumerian)

nam - "Definitions: south." (Korean)

Namh - "Definitions: the Biblical sister of Tubal-cain [Genesis 4:22] (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: Naamah."

NAME - "Definitions: particular designation; reputation. Associated spellings/words: nama, noma, namo, naam, nafn, namn, ime, ainm, anu, naman."

nemi - "Definitions: to live." (Aztec) nemi - "(otl) nEmi 02 1. circle; 2. wheel of a chariot; 3. discus; 4. wheel of sovereignty; 5. mythical range of mountains; 6. earth; 7. sea, ocean; 8. ring; 9. cakra bird; 10. vis2n2u, as wielding the discus; 11. an arhat, one of 24 tirttan3karar , q.v." (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

Nemi - Definitions: Ancient Grove; Diana's ancient grove at Nemi. Associated spellings/words: Nemu, Nemed, Nemiti, nemus ['grove'] (Latin)."

namoo - "Definitions: tree." (Korean)

Nammu - "Definitions: Sumerian name for the Mother of the Universe, represented by an ideogram meaning sea; Primal Matter, the Deep Fertile Waters of the Sea; reportedly, Nammu gave birth to Ki-An, Creation's first born, She the Mountain, He the Sky (Sumerian Mythology). Associated spellings/words: Mummu."

Nammu - "In Sumerian mythology, Nammu (more properly Namma [1]) is the Sumerian creation goddess. If the Babylonian creation myth Enûma Elish is based on a Sumerian myth, which seems likely, Nammu is the Sumerian goddess of the primeval sea that gave birth to An (heaven) and Ki (earth) and the first gods. She was probably the first personification of the constellation which the Babylonians later called Tiamat and the Greeks called Cetus and represented the Apsu, the fresh water ocean which the Sumerians believed lay beneath the earth, the source of life-giving water and fertility in a country with almost no rainfall. She is attended by seven minor goddesses. [NP] Nammu bore An a son, Enki. She and her Enki created mankind as assistants for the gods. She moulded clay collected and brought it to life, thus creating mankind." [Based on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nammu]

namuci - "4 (mwd) - m. (according to Pa1n2. 6-3 , 75 = %{na} + %{m-}, `" not loosing "', scil. the heavenly waters i.e. `" preventing rain "') N. of a demon slain by Indra and the As3vins RV. VS. Br. MBh. &c.; of the god of love L." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

Namuci - "Definitions: The Tempter; a demonic figure who appears in early Buddhist texts as the personification of evil, transitory pleasure, and death." (Hindu Mythology)

namasu - "Definitions: to have locomotion." (Akkadian)

Nemesis - "Definitions: Greek goddess of divine revenge. Often shown with a scales in one hand and a whip in the other. Ovid called Nemesis the Goddess that abhors boastful words, because she brought all kings and heroes down to destruction in the end, no matter how arrogant they might become. Associated spellings/words: Kala-Nemi, Nemea, Diana, Nemetona, Nemhain, Nimue."

nemein - "Definitions: pasture; distribute." (Greek)

NOMINAL - "Definitions: noun; name, being something in name only; small or negligible."

NOMENCLATURE - "Definitions: system of names."

nam mkha - "Definitions: heaven, sky." (Tibetan)

nml - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'circumsize' [Genesis 17:11]. Associated spellings/words: namal."

naemel - "Definitions: quick at seizing (Old English). Associated spellings/words: nemel, nemble."

Nmrvd - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'Nimrod' [Genesis 10:8]; the son of Cush [kvs, kus]; a mighty [gbvr] hunter [tsyd] before the Lord. Associated spellings/words: nimrowd."

Namrael - "Definitions: Manichean name for the mother of Adam and Eve. Jews also called her Nahemah or Naama, a serpent-mother classified with Lilith as a being who gave birth to demons."

Nama-Rupa - "Definitions: name and form; the 4th Nidana; self-consciousness." (Sanskrit)

namja - "Definitions: man." (Korean) namaka hina - "Definitions: moon." (Gilbertese)

nimbus - "Definitions: rain cloud; halo; circle or disc of rays." (Latin)

Nam-thar - "Definitions: the full deliverence; biography." (Tibetan)

nhr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'river' [Genesis 2:10, 15:18]. Other definitions include: stream, streams, flood, floods."

nar - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'young men' [Genesis 14:24]; 'young man' [Genesis 18:7]; 'young' ["Genesis 19:4]; 'lad' [Genesis 21:17]; 'men' [Genesis 22:3]; damsel [Genesis 24:14]. Other definitions include: generally, a person between the age of weaning [about two] and marriage; servent. Associated spellings/words: na'ar."

nar - "Definitions: music, singer." (Sumerian)

nar - "Definitions: shake, shaken (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: na'ar."

nar - "Definitions: intensity, to get stretched (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: nar nar ['oval'] (Tibetan)."

nAr - "(otl) nAr 1. fibre, as from the bark of a leafstalk; 2. string, cord, rope, as made of fibre; 3. bowstring; 4. web about the foot of a coconut or palmyra leaf; 5. love, affection, as a bond; 6. asbestos" (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

nar [a3] - "Definitions: na [a3] ('mouth asking what; which, what') + er [e2] ('person with head not fully closed; child, son'). General meanings include: pron. where." (Chinese)

nar [a4] - "Definitions: na [a4] ('city where furs were worn; pron. that; adv. then, in that case') + er [e2] ('person with head not fully closed; child, son'). General meanings include: pron. there." (Chinese)

nhl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'lead' [Genesis 33:14]; 'fed' [Genesis 47:17]. Other definitions include: gently lead, to lead with care, leadeth, guide, guided, carried. Associated spellings/words: nahal."

nal - "Definitions: place." (Mayan)

nal - "Definitions: incest, fornication." (Tibetan)

naal - "Definitions: shoe (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: nal."

nare - "Definitions: swim." (Latin)

NEAR - "Definitions: almost, nearly, at or close to. Associated spellings/words: ner, naer, nahor, naar, nehwis."

nla - "Definitions: adj. blue." (Pali)

nala - "Definitions: brook, rivulet, ravine (Hindi). Associated spellings/words: nullah ['river, river bed']."

naLa - 1 mwd naLa - "m. (L. also n.) a species of reed ... ." (mwd = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon)
*Link: http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/cgi-bin/tamil/recherche

narh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'damsel'[Genesis 24:14]. Associated spellings/words: na'arh."

Nara - "Definitions: the Spirit or the Holy Ghost, which emanates from the primordial essence; the oldest emanation or point of divine light appearing from within the fathomless and boundless darkness." (Hindu)

naera - "Definitions: invigorate, sustain." See: definition for Nori @
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_MQ.html - [T.D. - 12/23/07]

noraehadal - "Definitions: sing." (Korean)

Nari - "Definitions: immortal virgin (Hindu). Associated spellings/words: Mariama."

Narya - "Definitions: Ring of fire. *Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_MQ.html - [T.D. - 12/23/07]

Nereus - "Mythology: Greek sea god born from Oceanus & Tethys; wise old man of the sea; Husband of: Doris."

Narayana - "Definitions: the Mover on the waters [Amriti]; a seven-headed serpent; symbol of the creator and creation; one of the many names or identities attributed to Vishnu; Son of man (Hindu). Associated spellings/words: Caisha."
*Links: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lord_Narayana

nArAyaNa - "(cap) nArAyaNa - 1 m. the son of (the primeval) man (cf. {nara}), often ident- ified with Vis2n2u or Kr2s2n2a; a man's name." (cap) = Capeller's Sanskrit- English Dictionary
*Link: http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/scans/MWScan/tamil/index.html

Nereids - "Mythology: beautiful sea nymphs and attendents of Poseidon, born from Doris & Nereus."

nalu - "Definitions: wave, surf." (Hawaiian)

NARROW - "Definitions: having little breadth; close; limited. Associated spellings/words: nearu, naru, nare, near, narwe, narbe."

Narsil - "Definitions: Silver flash. Sword from which Anduril was forged in The Lord of the Rings."
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_AC.html (... MQ) - [T.D. - 12/21/07]

nrhan - "Definitions: man-killing." (Sanskrit)

narang - "Definitions: orange (Persian). Associated spellings/words: naranj ['orange'] (Arab); norang ['yellow'] (Korean)."

norm - "Definitions: carpenter's square." (Latin)

Narmer - "Definitions: one thought to have preceeded Menes, or A a, as the First King of the First Egyptian Dynasty."

NORMAL - "Definitions: rectangular, perpendicular; conforming to a standard; average, regular, or standard. Associated spellings/words: norma ['carpenter's square, pattern, rule']; normalis."

narke - "Definitions: numbness, stupor." (Greek)

naark - "Definitions: belly (Eskimo). Associated spellings/words: naartok ['obese belly']."

naraka - "Definitions: Hell." (Sanskrit)

naalkaah - "Definitions: inspection; examination." (Navajo)

Narcissus - "Definitions: sleep, numbness; Greek flower-god who died looking at his own reflection in the pool of the nymph Echo. Associated spellings/words: narke."

Nergal - "Definitions: underworld personification of the Sumerian sun-god Utu; Akkadian under- world god, consort of Eresh-kigal, the queen of the shades. The Bible says the men of Cuth made Nergal's image (2 Kings 17:30). Since Nergal represented another form of the nether Black Sun like Hades, Pluto, and Saturn - he was assimilated to Christian legend as a demon; number 12, 1/5. Associated spellings/words: Mars."

nrt - "Definitions: dance." (Sanskrit)

NARRATE - "Definitions: tell a story. Associated spellings/words: narrare, gnarus ['knowing']."

narada - "Definitions: water giver, a lute-carrying musician and eloquent speaker." (Sanskrit)

Nerthus - "Definitions: Nerthus, one of the first goddess figures of Norse myth, was considered to be the Mother of the Earth. The Earth Mother was worshipped as far back as the Paleolithic era. Northern tribes believed that an element of holiness and prophecy resides in women." http://www.christie.ab.ca/alva/goddess.htm

naalta - "Definitions: to fall [referring to moisture from the sky]." (Navajo)

nertru - "Definitions: left [hand]." (Umbrian)

nerteros - "Definitions: pertaining to the nether world." (Greek)

nk - "Definitions: I (Phoenician). Associated spellings/words: anokhi."

ng - "Definitions: fish (Hakka). Associated spellings/words: yu (Mandarin)."

nch - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Noah' [Genesis 5:29, etc.]. Other definitions include: rest. Associated spellings/words: Noach, Noah, Nuah."

nac - "Definitions: limit, form, principle. Associated spellings/words: neka ['to cut'] (Egyptian); nex ['slaughter']; nox ['night, darkness'] (Latin); nyx ['night'] (Greek)."

nac - "Definitions: to run into." (Mayan)

nag - "Definitions: to drink." (Sumerian)

NAG - "Definitions: gnaw; be persistently worrying or annoying. Associated spellings/words: nagga."

Nakk - "Definitions: an Estonian spirit of the water, derived from the 'Nacken' of the Swedes."

ngh - "Transliterated Old Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'shine'. Associated spellings/ words: avr ['light']."

nga - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'touch' [Genesis 3:3]; 'plagued' [Genesis 12;17]; 'touched' [Genesis 32:25, 32]. Associated spellings/words: naga; ga."

nga - "Definitions: my." (Hakka)

nkh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'kill' [Genesis 4:15]; 'smite' [Genesis 8:21]. Other definitions include: strike. Associated spellings/words: nakah; mchs ['strike'] (Old Hebrew); hkv ['smitten'] (1 Samuel 5:12)."

nkh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'smote' [Genesis 14:5]. Other defin- itions include: kill. Associated spellings/words: nakah."

nchh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'lead' [Genesis 24:27]. Other definitions include: leadeth, led, bring, brought, bestowed, put, guide, guided. Associated spellings/words: nachah, nahah."

naga - "Definitions: cobra; 7-headed serpent [Narayana] - adorned serpents were reportedly symbols for creation (Naga-Maya). Associated spellings/words: naga ['dragon'] (Malay); Naga Padoha ['Giant dragon serpent that lives in the Underworld'] (Indonesian); Quetzacoatl ['feathered serpent']; Dragon; Singa-Naga ['fabulous creature portrayed as multiple animals'] (Sumatra)."

naga - "Definitions: a group of serpent deities represented as cobras with extended hoods or as part human, part snake. Also one of a group of historical people bearing the same name; Vedic serpent-people, children of the Goddess Kadru. The Nagas guarded treasure in underwater palaces and kept books of mystic knowledge." (Hindu Mythology)

noga - "Definitions: foot (Old Slavonic). Associated spellings/words: nagas ['nail, claw'] (Lithuanian); nako nako ['walk'] (Gilbertese); negu ['winter'] (Basque)."

naka - "Definitions: middle, inside." (Japanese)

nocke - "Definitions: summit." (Middle Dutch)

Nakaa - "Definitions: according to the Gilbert Islanders in Micronesia, Nakaa was the first judge."

naagha - "Definitions: he goes about; he is living; he is walking around (Navajo). Associated spellings/words: naakai ['they walk about; live'] (Navajo); Naakaii ['Mexican, Spaniard'] (Navajo)."

nqy - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'innocent' [Jonah 1;14]. Associated spellings/words: naqiy."

ngai - "Definitions: I, me (Hakka). Associated spellings/words: ngi ['you'], gi ['he, she']."

Ngai - "Definitions: Maasai name for God." (African Mythology)

nagei - "Definitions: give to [V]." (Chinese)

naaki - "Definitions: two." (Navajo)

negewetkamigwezo - "Definitions: tribe, 'those of one family'. Associated spellings/words: mizi negewetkamigwezo ['the families gathered together']." (Native American / Abenaki)

ngs - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'drew near' [Genesis 18:23]; 'stand' [Genesis 19:9]. Other definitions include: to come into close proximity. Associated spellings/words: nagash; qrs ['approach']."

ngs - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'taskmasters' [Exodus 3:7]. Other definitions include: exact, distressed, exacted, oppressor, driver, oppresses, oppress- ors, exactors, taxes [Daniel 11:20]. Associated spellings/words: nagas."

nchs - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'serpent' [Genesis 3:1]. Associated spellings/words: nakhas."

nchs - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'experience' [Genesis 30:27]. Other definitions include: divine, divineth, enchantment, enchanter, observe, fortunetelling, consultation of omens. Associated spellings/words: nachash; qsm, qasam.

NEXUS - "Definitions: bond, link; connected group. Associated spellings/words: nectere ['bind']."

nagas - "Definitions: snake, dragon (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: snake (English)."

nahash - "Definitions: serpent (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: Naassians ['Serpent- worshippers']."

NOXIOUS - "Definitions: harmful."

nekasim - "Definitions: riches." (Hebrew)

nchst - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'brass' [Genesis 4:22, etc.], [Numbers 21:9, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: nekhoseth."

naksatra - "Definitions: 'star' (Vedic). Associated spellings/words: naksatram ['the star']."
*Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-4-X.html

ngan - "Definitions: eye (Hakka). Associated spellings/words: yan (Mandarin)."

ngin - "Definitions: people." (Hakka)

nqyvn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'innocency' [Genesis 20:5]. Associated spellings/words: niqqayown."

neigen - "Definitions: tilt (German). Associated spellings/words: Ngon-gah ['Happy to Know'] (Tibetan); Mngon-dgah."

nekhein - "Definitions: swim." (Greek)

nagna - "Definitions: naked (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: nocht, nagu, nagoi, nuogas, nudus."

nexenu - "Definitions: serpent children." (Egyptian)

ngang - "Definitions: 'Condition'." (Tibetan)

nqm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'vengence' [Genesis 4:15]; 'avenged' [Genesis 4:24]. Other definitions include: avenge, punish. Associated spellings/words: naqam."

nzm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'earring' [Genesis 24:22]. Associated spellings/words: nexem."

nchm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'comfort' [Genesis 5:29, 27:42, 37: 35], [Isaiah 66:13]; 'repented' [Genesis 6:6]; 'repenteth' [Genesis 6:7]; 'repent' [Exodus 13:17]; 'comforted' [Genesis 24:67, 37:35]. Other definitions include: recon- sidered. Associated spellings/words: nacham, naham."

nEyam - "(otl) 1. love, affection; 2. piety, devotion; 3. oil; 4. good, benefit; 6. a plant common in sandy situations" (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

nakam - "01 (otl) nakam - 01 1. mountain; 2. earth; 3. tree; 4. an article of incense / 02 (otl) nakam - 02 1. nail; 2. talon, claw; 3. extremity or lower part of a hoof; 4. thimble used in plucking betel-leaf; 5. portion / 03 (otl) nAkam - 01 1. visible heavens, sky; 2. Indra's paradise; 3. cloud; 4. sound / 04 (otl) nAkam - 02 1. cobra.; 2. sepent; 3. poison; 4. nether region; 5. elephant; 6. monkey; 7. black monkey; 8. black lead; 9. zinc; 10. a prepared arsenic; 11. fine cloth, as resembling a snake's slough; 12. an unlucky haircurl in the tail of cattle; 14. a melody of the kur6in1ci class; 15. sulphur; 05 (otl) nAkam - 03 mountain" (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

Nga Moteatea - "Definitions: songs and sung poetry." (Maori)

nkr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'stranger' [Genesis 17:12]; 'strange' [Genesis 35:2]; 'strangers' [Deuteronomy 31:16]. Other definitions include: aliens. Associated spellings/words: nekar; nkry, nokrah ['strangers']."

nkr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'discerned' [Genesis 27:23]; 'acknow- ledge' [Deuteronomy 21:17]; 'strangely' [Deuteronomy 32:27]; 'delivered' [1 Samuel 23:7]; 'feign' [1 Kings 14:5]; 'estranged' [Jeremiah 19:4]. Other definitions include: discern, know, knew, knowledge, respect, took notice, recognize, to recognize, regardeth. Associated spellings: nakar."

nchl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'inherit' [Exodus 23:30]; 'divide' [Numbers 34:17]. Other definitions include: inheritance, have, had, possess. Associated spellings/words: nachal, nahal, nahalah."

Nchvr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Nahor' [Genesis 22:]. Nahor reportedly was the brother of Abraham, and who by Milcah begat Huz [huts], Buz [bvz], Kemuel [Qmval], Chesed [[ksd], Hazo [Chazow], Pildash [plds], Jidlaph [ydlp], and Bethuel [btval]. By his concubine Reumah [ravmh], Nahor also reportedly bore Tebah [tbch], Gaham [gchm], Thahash [tchs], and Maachah [makh]. Associated spellings/words: Nachowr."

nagel - "Definitions: nail." (German)

nagual - "Definitions: companion; guardian spirit; transforming witch (Quiche Maya). Associated spellings/words: nawal; wara negara ['citizen'] (Indonesian)."

nagara - "Definitions: city." (Pali)

nachalah - "Definitions: inheritance (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: nahalah; clergy."

nkry - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'strangers' [Genesis 31:15]. Other definitions include: strange, aliens. Associated spellings/words: nkry, nokri; nokrah ['strangers; foreign women']."

nekros - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'dead' [Matthew 8:22, etc.]. Other definitions include: dead body. Associated spellings/words: nhkros."

Nkulunkulu - "The supreme god of the Zulu of southern Africa."

nchlym - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'palms'. Associated spellings/ words: nehalim."

Nkrumah - 'Definitions: ninth born." (Akan)

NECROMANCY - "Definitions: divination by the dead; one of the world's most popular forms of magic, still widely practiced under the new name of spiritualism or mediumship; communication with the dead to discover the secrets of the after-life and the future."

necromantia - "Definitions: literally, calling up ghosts (Greek). Associated spellings/words: necros ['corpse']."

naacal records - "Reportedly, the first known records of mankind. Associated spellings/words: Naacals ['Holy Brothers, a priestly brotherhood from the legendary continent of Lemuria, or Mu.']."

NEGLECT - "Definitions: disregard. Associated spellings/words: neg + legere ['choose']."

NEGLIGENT - "Definitions: marked by neglect." nga rgyal - "Definitions: pride, arrogance." (Tibetan)

naijor-pa - "Definitions: he who attains serenity."

Nagalfar - "Definitions: a doomsday ship made of dead men's fingernails." (Norse Mythology)

ngag - "Definitions: word, speech (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: ngag sgra; ngag khyal ['foolish talk, ravings']."

nekhakha - "Definitions: 'The flail has long associations with the gods Osiris, Min, and several sacred animals. And like the crook (Sceptre), it was one of the important insignias of royalty. Some scholars believe it to be a whip, maybe derived from a fly whisk. Whilst others think it represents the ladanisterion, an instrument used by early goatherders. As such, it would symbolise, past traditions and the shepherding aspects of Pharaoh's role as king. The ancient Egyptian name for a flail was nekhakha." (Egyptian) *Link: http://www.ancientnile.co.uk/symbols.php - [T.D. 05/04/08]

Nagaicho - "Definitions: Great Traveler, creator of the Sinkyone and Kato Indians of north- central California." (Native American)

ngp - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'smite' [Exodus 8:2, etc.]. Other definitions include: hurt, struck, dash. Associated spellings/words: nagaph."

nqb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'pipes' [Ezekiel 28:13]. Associated spellings/words: neqeb."

ngb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'south' [Genesis 12:9]; 'southward' [Genesis 13:14]. Associated spellings/words: negeb."

ngd - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'told' [Genesis 9:22, 22:20]; 'tell' [Genesis 12:18, 24:23], [Jonah 1:8]. Other definitions include: to make known. Associated spellings/words: nagad."

nkd - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'son' [Genesis 21:23]. Associated spellings/words: neked."

nakt - "Definitions: night (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: nekht ['strong, strength'] (Egyptian)."

NEXT - "Definitions: lying nearest; nearest in kinship; immediately preceding or succeeding. Associated spellings/words: nehsta, niehsta, nahisto, naaste, nachste, naestr."

NAKED - "Definitions: uncovered."

NIGHT - "Definitions: period between dusk and dawn. Associated spellings/words: neaht, naht, nacht, natt, nott, nahts, nox, nux, nukt, nosti, nocht, nos, nakt; Nott ['Night Goddess; mother of Dag'] (Old Norse / Celtic)."

NAUGHT - "Definitions: nothing. naughty, night."

NEGATE - "Definitions: deny, nullify. Associated spellings/words: negare ['say no, deny']."

nqbh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'female' [Genesis 1:27; 5:2; 6:19; 7:3, 9; 7:16, etc.]. Other definitions include: to specify, intend; the female as the one whose offspring comes out of; yoni. Associated spellings/words: neqebah; nqb, neqeb ['pipes'] (Ezekiel 28:13); nikbah ['tunnel']." (Siloam Transcription)."

nag po - "Definitions: black." (Tibetan)

Nakhota - "Definitions: a Yankton dialect spelling for the Native American Sioux Indians. Associated spellings/words: Lakhota, Dakhota ['An Alliance of Friends']."

nectere - "Definitions: bind (Latin). Associated spellings/words: nictare ['blink'] (Latin)."

NECESSARY - "Definitions: inevitably determined; not to be done without, indispensable item."

nkbd - "Definitions: Biblical spelling for the word/words 'abounding' [Proverbs 8:24]. Associated spellings/words: kbd, kabad."

Nekhbet - "Definitions: archaic Egyptian name for Mut, the Vulture-goddess of death and rebirth. Her necropolis at Nekhen was an original City of the Dead and one of Egypt's oldest oracular shrines."

NEGATIVE - "Definitions: marked by denial or refusal."

NEGOTIATE - "Definitions: hold conference; convert into money. Associated spellings/words: neg + otium ['leisure']."

NECESSITATE - "Definitions: make necessary."

neb - "Definitions: beak, bill; nose; nib; peak, tip. nib, nebb, nef, nebbe." neb - "Definitions: gold; master, lord." (Egyptian)

Nap - "Definitions: a name for the Sun." (Hungarian)

nap - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'adultery' [Exodus 20:14, etc.]; 'women that break wedlock' [Ezekiel 16:38]. Other definitions include: intercourse with or by a married or engaged woman; cohabitation with a married woman. Associated spellings: na'ap."

NIP - "Definitions: catch hold of and squeeze tightly."

NAB - "Definitions: seize or arrest. Associated spellings/words: knabe ['boy']."

nat - "Definitions: to act, dance." (Sanskrit)

nat - "Definitions: a spirit." (Burmese)

Nat - "In Myanmar, the name for a supernatural being. Sometimes said to be the spirits of people who died violently. Associated spellings/words: nad ['disease, illness'] (Tibetan)."

NET - "Definitions: fabric with spaces between strands."

nad - "Definitions: word; sound (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: nada; shabd, shabda; nam, naam." (Sanskrit)

nad - "Definitions: above." (Russian)

NOD - "Definitions: bend the head up and down."

naph - "Definitions: wet." (German)

nave - "Definitions: central block of a wheel; main body of a church. Associted spellings/ words: naaf, naba, nabe, nof, nabhi ['nave, navel']."

nape - "Definitions: table cloth, napkin (M. English). Associated spellings/words: nappe."

nats - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'provoke' [Numbers 14:11]; 'abhorred' [Deuteronomy 32:19]; 'blaspheme' [2 Samuel 12:14]; 'contemn' [Psalm 10:3]; 'despised' [Proverbs 1:30]; 'flourish' [Ecclesiastes 12:5]; 'anger' [Isaiah 1:4]. Other definitions include: to spurn or treat with contempt, contemned, provoked. Associated spellings/words: na'as." (Hebrew)

ndh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'separation' [Leviticus 12:2]; 'apart' [Leviticus 15:19], [Ezra 22:10]; 'flowers' [Leviticus 15:24, 33]; 'unclean' [Leviticus 20:21], [Ezra 9:11]; 'filthiness' [2 Chronicles 29:5], [Ezra 9:11]; menstruous' [Lamen- tations 1:17], [Ezra 18:6]; 'removed' [Ezra 7:19; 36:17]; 'far' [Ezra 7:20]; 'unclean- ness' [Zechariah 13:1]. Other definitions include: impure. Associated spellings/words: niddah."

npch - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'breathed' [Genesis 2:7]; 'blown' [Job 20:26]; 'lose' [Job 31:39]; 'seething' [Job 41:20], [Jeremiah 1:13]; 'bloweth' [Isaiah 54:16]; 'given up' [Jeremiah 15:9]; 'blow' [Ezekiel 22:20, 21], 'blow' [Haggai 1:9]; 'breathe' [Ezekiel 37:9]; 'snuffed' [Malachi 1:13]. Associated spellings/words: naphach; pch; ph."

naba - "Definitions: "to speak of inspiration (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: nebo ['a god of wisdom']."

nada - "Definitions: tone of sound, music (Tibetan Buddhism). Associated spellings/words: nad ['sound current']; nada bindu ['seed sound'] (Sanskrit)."

ntha - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'planted' [Genesis 2:8; 9:20; 21:33, etc.]; 'plant' [Exodus 15:17, etc.]; 'fastened' [Ecclesiastes 12:11]. Associated spellings/words: nata; stl ['plant'] (Old Hebrew)."

nthh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'pitched' [Genesis 12:8, etc]; 'let down' [Genesis 24:14, etc.]; 'offer' [1 Chronicles 21:10]. Other definitions include: spread, turned, shewed, bowed, stretch, stretched, extended. Associated spellings/words: natah."

naiba - "Definitions: Holy." (Old Persian)

nabae - "Definitions: to wander." (Arabic)

natha - "Definitions: refuge, lord, master." (Sanskrit)

ntsch - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words: 'Strength' [1 Samuel 15:29]; 'for ever' [2 Samuel 2:26, etc.]; 'perpetual' [Psalm 9:6] 'alway' [Psalm 9:18, etc.]. Other definitions include: victory, continually, perpetually, constantly, to the end. Associated spellings/words: netsach, nesah; nad, nada ['sound'] (Sanskrit')."

ntsch - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words: 'excel' [1 Chronicles 15:21]; 'forward' [1 Chronicles 23:4, etc.]; 'musician' [Psalm 4:1, 88:1, etc.]; 'perpetual' [Jeremiah 8:5]; 'singer' [Habakkuk 3:19]. Other definitions include: oversee, overseers. Associated spellings/words: natsach; nad, nada ['sound'] (Sanskrit')."

naadaa - "Definitions: corn." (Navajo)

Netzach - "Definitions: victory, the 7th sefirah which reportedly corresponds with the 4th day of creation on which God said: 'Let there be bright lights in the sky to give light to the earth.... They shall bring about the seasons on the earth, and mark the days and years.' The 19th ['God said, let the waters swarm'] of 32 reported paths, or states of consciousness. Associated spellings/words: Yetzirah, the World of Formation." (Hebrew)

nby - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'prophet' [Genesis 20:7]. Other definitions include: to bubble forth - as from a fountain, utter. Associated spellings/ words: nabi, nbya; nbym, nebi'im, neviim ['prophets']; nebuah ['prophecy']; rah, ro'eh ['seer'] (1 Samuel 9:9); nabae ['to wander'] (Arabic)."

Napi - "The creator god of the Blackfoot of the Plains whose name means old man. He is replaced by Natos in other stories." (Native American)

nabi - "Definitions: butterfly." (Korean)

nadi - "Definitions: river; psychic nerve." (Sanskrit)

neti - "Definitions: not this."

nabhi - "Definitions: navel." (Sanskrit)

naabeeho - "Definitions: Navajo." (Native American)

nepios - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'babes' [Matthew 11:25]; 'child' [1 Corinthians 13:11]. Other definitions include: childish, children, babe, infant. Associated spellings/words: nhpios; paidion ['a child up to the age of seven']; pais ['a child between the age of seven and fourteen']; teknion ['a little child']."

NATION - "Definitions: self governed community. Associated spellings/words: natio-on ['breed, stock, race']; nasci, nat ['be born']."

natina - "Definitions: egg." (Gilbertese)

NOTHING - "Definitions: no thing. Associated spellings/words: nan thing, na thing, no thing."

nabhi chakra - "Definitions navel: [nabhi] wheel [chakra]; the third chakra, situated at a point near the solar plexus, that has eight petals. It has to do with general nutrition. Associated spellings/words: ashtadal kanwal [lotus of eight petals]." (Sanskrit)

ntyb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'ways' [Judges 5:6]; 'way' [Job 18: 10, etc.], [Proverbs 1:15, etc.]; 'paths' [Job 19:8, etc.]; 'pathway' [Proverbs 12:28]. Other definitions include: path. Associated spellings/words: nathiyb; native?."

Nabu - "Sumerian name for the son of Marduk. The Babylonian Hermes, the god of wisdom, speech, writing, and messages. Associated spellings/words: nabi ['prophet'] (Hebrew); nebo ['a god of wisdom']; Mercury."

nps - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'that hath' [Genesis 1:20]; 'creature' [Genesis 1:21, 24]; 'soul' [Genesis 2:7]; 'life' [Genesis 9:4, 5]; 'lives' [Genesis 9:5]; 'souls' [Genesis 12:5]; 'persons' [Genesis 14:21; 36:6]; 'mind' [Genesis 23:8]; 'life' [Genesis 32:20]; 'my lust' [Exodus 15:9]; 'thing' [Leviticus 11:10]; 'beast' [Leviticus 24:18]. Other definitions include: creatures, the heart, yourself, yourselves, to breathe. Associated spellings/words: nephesh."

nafs - "Definitions: lower carnal, or passionate self, the animal soul with its endless appetites; the ego." (Sufi)

nths - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'suffered' [Genesis 31:28]; 'lie' [Exodus 23:11]; 'fall' [Numbers 11:31]; 'forsook' [Deuteronomy 32:15]; 'forsaken' [Judges 6:13]; 'spread' [Judges 15:9]; 'joined' [1 Samuel 4:2]; 'cast off' [Psalm 94: 14]; 'stretched' [Isaiah 16:8]; 'drawn' [Isaiah 21:15]; 'loosed' [Isaiah 33:23]. Other definitions include: left, leave, cast off. Associated spellings/words: natas."

nabhas - "(cap) nabhas n. mist, vapour, clouds, atmosphere, sky; a cert. month in the rainy season (*m.); du. heaven and earth." (cap) = Capeller's Sanskrit-English Dictionary *Link: http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/cgi-bin/tamil/recherche

Natos - "The Blackfoot Sun god and supreme being." (Native American)

natos - "Definitions: to be born."

Nefesh - "[....] The soul is comprised of three grades: the Nefesh, the gross element which bears all the instincts & bodily cravings; the Ruah, the grade which contains the moral virtues & the ability to distinguish between good and evil; & the Neshamah, the sublimest grade of the trinity which may be properly called the soul. (All three Hebrew terms mean, literally, 'soul'.) [....] The Nefesh grade of the soul is in total rapport with the body & according to the Zohar, is the only element of the three capable of committing sin. It is rightly called the animal soul for it represents the entire range of instinctuality which, when expressed in certain forms, is spoken of as bestial. When the Kabbalists speak of man's vital principle, they refer to the Nefesh. It is the grossest & lowest of the three elements composing the soul. [....]The Nefesh grade corresponds with the third triad of the Sefiroth (Netsah, Hod & Yesod), which represents the material world. [....]. [Based on: Kabbalah (Original Copyright 1973), Charles Ponce, Second Quest edition, 1980, pp. 202-203]. Associated spellings/words: nps."

Nepthys - "Definitions: the 'dark sister' of the beneficent Isis; one of the 'nine gods' [Ennead] of Heliopolis ['City of the Sun'] (Greek)." (Egyptian Mythology)

naabaas - "Definitions: it is rolling about on wheels." (Navajo)

nps chyh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the term 'living soul' in the biblical story of Genesis. Associated spellings/words: nefesh chaya."

Nadezhda - "Definitions: hope." (Russian)

ntn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'set' [Genesis 1:17; 9:13]; 'given' [Genesis 1:29]; 'gave' [Genesis 3:6, 24:32]; 'yield' [Genesis 4:12]; 'delivered' [Genesis 9:13], [Judges 6:13]; 'make' [Genesis 9:12]; 'ascribe' [Job 36:3]; 'made' [Isaiah 53:9]; 'uttereth' [Proverbs 1:20]. Other definitions include: a generic verb denoting the placing or setting of something to another place; to give, laid, put, cause. Associated spellings/words: natan, nathan."

Nathaniel - "Definitions: gift of God." (Hebrew)

Ndengei - "Definitions: cheif god or ancestor." (Fijian Mythology)

netum - "Definitions: to lead." (Sanskrit)

natam - "1 (otl) naTam - dance / 02 (otl) natam - 01 a river flowing westward / 5 (otl) nAtam - 01 1. sound; 2. musical sound, blast of a trumpet or conch; 3. song; 4. the nasal sound represented by a semi-circle and used as a mystic symbol; 5. a particular manifestation of Siva; 6. ovum, germ cell ovule gerum ; 7. semen muliebre / 6 (otl) nAtam - 02 condition of having a master or an interested person" (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon] *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

nadama - "Definitions: to drink (Arabic). Associated spellings/words: nadim ['drinking companion']."

npl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'caused' [Genesis 2:21]; 'fall' [Gen- esis 2:21]; 'fell' [Genesis 4:5; 14:10; 15:12; 17:3, 17, etc. ]; 'fallen' [Genesis 4:6]; 'lighted off' [Genesis 24:64]; 'died' [Genesis 25:18]; 'rot' [Numbers 5:21]; 'cast' [Numbers 35:23], [Jonah 1:7]; 'divide' [Joshua 13:6]; 'divided' [Joshua 23:4]; 'failed' [Joshua 23:14]. Other definitions include: fallen, lay. Associated spellings/words: naphal."

nbl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'foolish' [Deuteronomy 32:6]; 'fool' [2 Samuel 3:33]. Associated spellings/words: nabal; nblh, nebalah ['folly']."

ntr - "Definitions: absolute Unity; self-produced, primeval matter; to become, or to renew oneself; divine being; king; principle; a flag. Mythology: God or gods that ruled the womb of rebirth, the seven-layered after-world known as Khert-Neter or Neter-Khertet. Associated spellings/words: neter; netri; neteru ['gods']; nutri; nuti; nut; nu; ntrt ['goddess']." (Egyptian)

ndr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words: 'vow' [Genesis 28:20; 31:13]. Other definitions include: vowed. Associated spellings/words: nadar, neder."

ntsr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'branch' [Isaiah 11:1; 14:19; 60:21], [Daniel 11:7]. Other definitions include: shoot, descendant. Associated spellings/words: natsab."

ntsl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'preserved' [Genesis 32:20]. Other definitions include: spared. Associated spellings/words: natsal."

Nifl - "Alternate name for the Teutonic underground Goddess Hel, ruler of the dead. She was the Greek Nephele, a shadow-twin of Mother Hera. Both names Nifl and Nephele, meant darkness, clouds, obscurity (Old High German nebul, Old Saxon nebal, German Nebel). Children of Nifl were the Niflungar, or Nibelungs, the Burgundians' designation of their dead ancestors, who lived in the womb of Nifl-Hel and were turned black, like shadows. Their sagas became the Nibelungenlied. In the Bible, the same ancestral ghosts are called nephilim, 'children of Nephele.' By Jewish tradition the nephilim were giants, sprung from a great dark mother named Nephesh, Soul of the Earthly World." [Based on: The Women's Encyclopedia of Myth & Secrets, by Barbara G. Walker, p. 727]

nebel - "Definitions: mist, gloom."

nefer - "Reportedly the name [nfr] for a glyph [small circle supporting a verticle cross] believed to represent the heart and trachea; name of an Egyptian symbol for good."

NEVER - "Definitions: not ever, not in any degree, way, or condition. Associated spellings/ words: naefre, na, no."

NATAL - "Definitions: relating to birth. Associated spellings/words: natalis, nasci."

NADIR - "Definitions: point in the heavens diametrically opposed to another; point opposite to the zenith. Associated spellings/words: nazir ['opposite'] (Arabic)."

NIBBLE - "Definitions: bite gently or bit by bit."

NETHER - "Definitions: situated below." natare - "Definitions: swim (Latin). Associated spellings/words: nare, nekhein, snam; nathair ['snake'] (Gaelic)."

NATURE - "Definitions: innate character; vital powers; creative power. Associated spellings/ words: natos ['to be born'], natura, nasci, naturel; NATURAL ['relating to or de- termined by nature']; nfla ['blue'] (Sanskrit); nilo, ninu."

NEEDLE - "Definitions: narrow pointed bar."

NEITHER - "Definitions: not the one or the other." nblh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'folly' [Genesis 34:7]; 'vile' [Judges 19:24]; 'villany' [Isaiah 32:6], [Jeremiah 29:23]. Associated spellings/words: nebalah."

NEBULA - "Definitions: film over the eye; cloud-like cluster of stars; cloud; vast mass of interstellar gas. Associated spellings/words: nebal, nebul, nephele, nebo, nephos, nabha; nabur ['neighbor']."

nephele - "Definitions: cloud (Greek). Associated spellings/words: nebulae."

Natalie - "CDefinitions: Christmas Day. Associated spellings/words: natale domini (Latin)."

neteru - "Definitions: gods." (Egyptian)

nephros - "Definitions: kidney." (Greek)

Nibelungen - "[....] While the Rhine-maidens are sporting about the gold, up from the under- world crawls a gnome, one of the earth spirits, one of those little beings that are called the Nibelungen. These are the dwarfs of the underworld who come forth in the dawn of things. They are the ones first shown by the light of the waking gold. [....] When the principle of form is released, the laws governing form are released with it; and it is the battle between the laws governing form and the laws governing life which is the Great War. When out of the underworld crawls the gnome, the dwarf, Alberich, the Nibelung, he is the personification of the forces, powers, and qualities intrinsic to matter. [....]" [Based on: Horizon Magazine, Fall 1945, Vol. 5, No. 2 (The Ring of the Nibelung), Manly P. Hall]

nplym - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Nephilim' [Genesis 6:4]. Other definitions include: the mighty men that were of old, the men of renown; giants [Titans]; fallen men. Associated spellings/words: nephelim, npyl."

Niflhel - "Definitions: realm of nine worlds under the roots of Yggdrasil, reserved for those who died of disease or old age." (Norse Mythology)

Niflheim - "Definitions: the home of mist and darkness, in the center of which bubbled the exaustless spring Hvergelmir, the seething cauldron, whose waters supplied twelve great streams known as the Elivagar." (Norse Mythology)

NETWORK - "Definitions: system of crossing or connecting elements."

ntrt - "Definitions: goddess." (Egyptian)

neferit - "Definitions: Naacal writings."

Nefertum - "Definitions: the accomplishment of Tum; lotus, seed-bearer; the third force; mediator of duality." (Egyptian)

npch - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'breathed' [Genesis 2:7]; 'blown' [Job 20:26]; 'lose' [Job 31:39]; 'seething' [Job 41:20], [Jeremiah 1:13]; 'bloweth' [Isaiah 54:16]; 'given up' [Jeremiah 15:9]; 'blow' [Ezekiel 22:20, 21], 'blow' [Haggai 1:9]; 'breathe' [Ezekiel 37:9]; 'snuffed' [Malachi 1:13]. Associated spellings/words: naphach; pch; ph."

ndch - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'driven' [Deuteronomy 4:19]; 'thrust' [Deuteronomy 13:5]; 'withdrawn' [Deuteronomy 13:13]; 'stroke' [Deuteronomy 19:5]. Other definitions include: forcing, gone astray, banished, bring, drave, compelled, cast out, cast down, outcasts. Associated spellings/words: nadach, nadah."

Ndakinna - "Definitions: 'our land'; New England. (Native American / Abenaki)

NAVIGATE - "Definitions: direct the course of. Associated spellings/words: navigare, navis ['ship']."

nbt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'look' [Genesis 15:5, 19:17]; 'looked' [Genesis 19:26]. Associated spellings/words: nabat."

ndb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'willingly' [Exodus 25:2]; 'willing' [Exodus 35:21]. Associated spellings/words: nadab."

npts - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'overspread' [Genesis 9:19]; 'brake' [Judges 7:19]; 'scattered' [1 Samuel 13:11], [Isaiah 33:3], [Daniel 12:7]; 'discharged' [1 Kings 5:9]; 'pieces' [Psalm 2:9]; 'dasheth' [Psalm 137:9]; 'dispersed' [Isaiah 11:12]; 'beaten in sunder' [Isaiah 27:9]; 'dash' [Jeremiah 13:14]; 'broken' [Jeremiah 22:28]; 'break' [Jeremiah 48:12; 51:20, 21, 22]. Associated spellings/words: naphats."

ntsb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'stood' [Genesis 18:2]; 'set up' [Genesis 35:14]; 'set' [Genesis 21:28, 29]. Other definitions include: stand, erected, set; stood upright. Associated spellings/words: natsab; mtsb."

ntsyb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'pillar' [Genesis 19:26]; 'garrison' [1 Samuel 10:5; 13:3, 4, etc.]; 'officer' [1 Kings 4:19]. Associated spellings/words: netsiyb."

nadad - "Definitions: rapid movement or motion away from someone or something." (Hebrew)

ndbh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'willing' [Exodus 35:29]; 'free' [Exodus 36:3]; 'willingly' [2 Chronicles 35:8]; 'plentiful' [Psalm 68:9]. Other definitions include: voluntary, voluntary contributions. Associated spellings/words: nedabah."

nebty - "In Ancient Egyptian texts, Two Ladies is a religious euphemism for Wadjet and Nekh- bet, the deities who were the patrons of the Ancient Egyptians and worshiped by all after the unification of its two parts, Lower Egypt, and Upper Egypt. When the two parts of Egypt were joined together, there was no merger of these deities as often occurred with similar deities from various regions and cities. Both goddesses were retained because of the importance of their roles and they became known as the two ladies, [1] who were the protectors of unified Egypt." [Based on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Two_Ladies]

nipto - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'wash' [Matthew 6:17, etc.]. Other definitions include: washed. Associated spellings/words: niptw."

Nephthys - "Definitions: the sister of Isis and Osiris and consort of Set; reportedly, the name for an Egyptian hieroglyph depicting a person holding the symbol of life. Associated spellings/words: Nebt-het."

Neptune - "Definitions: the eighth planet from the sun. Planetary ruler of Pisces. Mythology: God of the sea. Son of: Saturn [Cronus] and Rhea. Brother of Jupiter [Zeus] & Pluto [Hades]. Symbology: generally represented sitting in a chariot made of sea-shell and drawn by dolphins or sea-horses. Sometimes he is drawn by winged horses, and stands up, with his trident in his hand, and surrounded by tritons and mermaids. Associated spellings/words: Poseidon (Greek Mythology)."

Nad-bindu - "Definitions: Seed sound; the Sound out of which all things grow [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 462] (Sanskrit)."

ntsbym - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'stood' [Genesis 18:2]. Associated spellings/words: ntsb."

Nptly - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for Jacob's 6th son, 'Naphtali', [Genesis 30:8]: And rachel said: With great wrestlings have I wrestled with my sister, and I have prevailed: and she called his name Naphtali. Jacob's 2nd son conceived by Billah [Leah's sister and handmaid]."











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