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newt a small animal with a long, slender body and tail, and four legs. Newts have smooth, moist skin. They are a kind of small salamander and are amphibians. They spend part of their lives in water and part on land.
New Testament the books of the Christian Bible that tell of the life and works of Jesus Christ and his apostles.
New World the Western Hemisphere. North and South America make up the New World.
New Year's Day the first day of the new year, January 1.
New York a state in the eastern United States. Its capital is Albany. (abbreviated: NY) [2 definitions]
New York City a metropolis in the southeast corner of New York State.
New Zealand a country on two large islands and a number of small islands in the South Pacific, southeast of Australia. Wellington is the capital of New Zealand.
next coming immediately after; following. [4 definitions]
next door in, at, or to the building, house, or apartment that is next to one's own.
next-door in or at the closest building, house, or apartment.
next door to in the house closest to.
next to nearest to and on one side of. [3 definitions]
NH an abbreviation for New Hampshire.
Ni symbol of the chemical element nickel.
nibble to eat in small bites. [7 definitions]
Nicaragua a country in Central America. Managua is the capital of Nicaragua.
nice pleasant; attractive. [4 definitions]
niche a hollow place set into a wall to hold a statue or some other object. [2 definitions]
nick a shallow cut or chip in a surface. [2 definitions]
nickel a dense, hard, silver-white metal that is one of the chemical elements. It is sometimes combined with other metals to make alloys such as stainless steel. (symbol: Ni). [2 definitions]
nickname a name given to a person, place, or thing in place of the real name. [3 definitions]