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nomadic living like a nomad.
nominate to choose as a candidate for election. [2 definitions]
nomination the act of choosing a person to run for office.
nominee a person or thing that has been nominated for an office or honor.
non- a prefix that means "not," "not having," or "failure to."
none (used with a singular verb) no single person or thing; not one. [4 definitions]
nonfiction written works that are not fiction. Textbooks, biographies, and essays are examples of nonfiction.
nonsense words or actions that have no meaning or make no sense. [2 definitions]
nonstop without any stops.
noodle1 a flat, narrow strip of dough that has been dried. Noodles are boiled in water to make them soft for eating.
nook a corner of a room or a small area set off from a main room.
noon twelve o'clock in the daytime; midday.
no one no person; nobody.
noontime midday; noon.
noose a loop that passes through a knot in the end of a rope or other line. When the rope is pulled, the loop becomes smaller.
nor used to introduce a negative statement, especially after a phrase using "neither." [2 definitions]
normal close to what is usual, average, or standard. [4 definitions]
normally in a normal way; to the usual degree. [2 definitions]
Norse of or having to do with ancient Scandinavia, or its people or languages; Scandinavian.
north the direction to the left of a person facing the rising sun. [6 definitions]
North America the third largest continent. North America is between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. It is in the Western Hemisphere.