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NABOB -- ~, richard

NACRE -- ~ (-in)

NADIR -- ~

NAG -- n. cavall(ach); v. criticachar, insultar

NAIAD -- nayade

NAIL -- clove; (of finger, toe) ungul; v. clovar. TO ~ UP: adclovar

NAIVE -- naiv (-itá), ingenui

NAKED -- nud (-itá); simplic

NAMBY-PAMBY -- afectat

NAME -- , n. nómine (-ar). CHRISTIAN~: prenómine; (renown) renomé; (fig.) fama, reputation

NAMELESS -- sin nómine, ínnominat, anonim

NAMELY -- a saver

NAMESAKE -- homonime

NAP -- dormette, curt dorme; (cloth) lanuge

NAPE -- nuc

NAPHTHA -- nafta

NAPHTHALENE -- naftaline

NAPKIN -- serviette; toale de manu

NARCISSUS -- narcisse

NARCOSIS -- narcose

NARCOTIC -- narcotic; n. narcotico

NARD -- narde

NARRATE -- narrar (-ation, -ator), racontar

NARRATIVE -- raconta

NARROW -- a. strett; limitat, angust; v. astrettar (se), restricter se, n. NARROWS: strett passage

NARROW-MINDED -- de strett mentalitá

NARWHAL -- narvale

NASAL -- ~

NASCENT -- ~

NASTURTIUM -- capucine

NASTY -- desgustant, ínpur, nauseativ; obscen; (wound) mal

NATAL -- ~

NATATION -- ~, svimmada

NATION -- ~(-al, -alist, -alisme, -alisar, -alitá)

NATIVE -- a. natal, indigen, autocton; n. habitante; (aborigine) iridigen

NATIVITY -- nativitá

NATURAL -- a. ~; n (mus.) biquadre, naturale

NATURE -- natura (-al, -alist, -alisar)

NAUGHT -- nequó, necós, nullcós

NAUGHTY -- malin, desobedient, perversi

NAUSEA -- ~ (-ativ, -osi)

NAUTICAL -- nautic, marin

NAVAL -- ~. ~SCIENCE: nautica

NAVE -- (of church) ~; (of wheel) nabe

NAVEL -- umbilico

NAVIGATE -- navigar (-ation, -ator, -abil, -abilitá)

NAVVY -- foss-ovrero

NAVY -- marine, flotte

NAY -- no

NEAP-TIDE -- micri marea

NEAR -- a. proxim (-itá), vicin; (related) parent; intim; prep, apu; v. aproximar se

NEARLY -- presc

NEAR-SIGHTED -- miop (-ie)

NEAT -- a. nett, jolli; simplic; (clever) habil; (undiluted) índiluet

NEBULA -- (astr.) nebulose

NEBULOUS -- nebulosi (-tá)

NECESSARY -- necessi (-tá, -tar, -tosi)

NECK -- col

NECKLACE -- coliere

NECKTIE -- eravatte

NECROLOGY -- necrolog

NECROMANCY -- necromantie

NECROPOLIS -- necropol

NECTAR -- néctar (-osi)

NEED -- necessitá; indigentie, misere; (requirement) beson (-ar). YOU NEEDN'T STAY: vu ne besona restar

NEEDFUL -- necessi

NEEDLE -- agullie; indicator. ~CUSHION: agulliero

NEEDLESS -- van, ínutil, superflú

NEEDLEWOMAN -- sutora

NEEDS -- adv. necessimen

NEEDY -- povri, indigent

NE'ER-DO-WELL -- vale-necós

NEFARIOUS -- criminal, abominabil

NEGATION -- ~

NEGATIVE -- a. negativ; n. negative; v. desaprobar

NEGLECT -- decuidar, negliger (-ent, -entie), omisser

NEGLIGEE -- negligé

NEGLIGIBLE -- negligibil, ínconsiderabil

NEGOTIATE -- negociar (-ation, -ator, -abil), arangear

NEGRO -- ~ (-essa)

NEIGH -- v. hinnir (-ida)

NEIGHBOUR -- vicino (-a), proximo

NEIGHBOURHOOD -- vicinitá, vicinage

NEIGHBOURING -- vicin, adjacent

NEIGHBOURLY -- sociabil, de bon vicino

NEITHER -- pron. nequel, null; ni un ni li altri. conj. NEITHER ...NOR ...: ni...ni...

NEMESIS -- némesis

NEOLITHIC -- neolitic

NEOLOGISM -- neologisme

NEON -- ~

NEOPHYTE -- novicio, neofite

NEOPLASTIC -- ~

NEPHEW -- nevo

NEPOTISM -- nepotisme

NERVE -- nerve (-al, -ine)

NERVOUS; nervosi (-tá), timid. NERVOUS SYSTEM -- sistema nerval

NEST -- ~ (-ar), nide. CROW'S ~: mast-corb

NESTLE -- v. presser se, innestar se

NESTLING -- aviello, neston

NET -- n. rete; v. capter per un rete, inretar; a. netto; (of price) sin rabatte

NETHER -- plu bass, inferiori. NETHERMOST: max bass

NETTLE -- n. urtíca; v. iritar, picar

NETTLE-RASH -- urticarie

NETWORK -- retage

NEURALGIA -- neuralgie (-ic)

NEURASTHENIA -- neurastenie

NEURITIS -- neurite

NEUROSIS -- neuroSe (-tic)

NEUTER -- a. neutri; n. (gramm.) neutrum

NEUTRAL -- ~ (-isar, -itá)

NEVER -- nequande. ~ MIND: neproquó

NEVERTHELESS -- támen, totvez

NEW -- nov, recent. NEWS: novas

NEW-COMEH -- novicio, nov-veniente

NEW-FANGLED -- nov inventet, de nov mode

NEWS -- nova, information, avise

NEWSPAPER -- jurnale, gazette

NEWT -- salamandre

NEXT -- a. proxim, sequent, adjacent; adv. poy. NEXT TO: apu; (almost) presc

NIB -- (of pen) punta

NIBBLE -- v. mordettar, roder; n. morsade

NICE -- (of taste) agreabil, bon, saporosi; (charming) piesent, charmant; (of manners) gentil, afabil, polit; fin; (precise) exact, precis

NICETY -- precisitá, subtilitá, finesse, delicatesse

NICHE -- ~

NICK -- v. intalliar (-atura), inciser (-ura). IN THE ~ OF TIME: in li just moment

NICKEL -- ~; a. nickelin, ex nickel

NICKNACK -- ornette

NICKNAME -- joc-nómine, moc-nómine

NICOTINE -- ~

NIECE -- neva

NIGGARD -- avaro(n)

NIGGER -- negro (-a)

NIGH -- a. proxim, vicin; prep, apu

NIGHT -- nocte (-al). BY ~: in nocte. ~ FALLS: (it) noctea. TO STAY THE ~: pernoctar

NIGHTGOWN -- vestiment de nocte

NIGHTINGALE -- luscinia

NIGHTLY -- a. noctal; adv. omni-nocte

NIGHTMARE -- cochemare

NIGHTSHADE, DEADLY -- belladonna

NIGHTWALKER -- somnambulist

NIHILISM -- nihilisme

NIL -- nequó, nequant

NIMBLE -- agil (-itá), activ

NIMBUS -- nimbe, aureol

NINCOMPOOP -- ínepton

NINE -- nin. NINETEEN: deci-nin, nindeci.

NINETY -- ninanti

NINEPINS -- kegle

NINNY -- naivon, stulton

NINTH -- a. & n. ninesim

NIP -- v. (pinch) pincear; (bite) morder

NIPPERS -- pince (-ette)

NIPPING -- mordent, penetrant

NIPPLE -- tette, buton de mamme

NITRATE -- ~

NITRE -- salpetre, nitre (-ic, -osi, -ificar). NITROGEN: ~, azot

NO -- a. (not any) null, nequel; (no quantity) nequant; (no sort of) nequal; adv. no: (before verbs) ne

NOBLE -- (character) nobli (-esse), magnific; (of rank) nobil (-o, -itá, -ité)

NOBODY -- nequí; (obj.) nequem

NOCTURNAL -- noctal

NOCTURNE -- ~

NOD -- v. (the head) inclinar li cap, signar per li cap; (flowers) dansar

NODE -- ~ (-al), túbere

NODULE -- nodette

NOHOW -- nequalmen, nullmen

NOISE -- n. brue (-osi), bruida; cacofonie; v. ( ~ abroad) divulgar, publicar

NOISOME -- nociv; abominabil

NOMAD -- nomade (-isar)

NOM-DE-PLUME -- pseudonim, plum-nómine

NOMENCLATURE -- nomenclatura, terminologie

NOMINAL -- ~

NOMINATE -- nominar (-ator, -ation, -ativ, -ative)

NOMINEE -- nominate

NON- -- (prefix) non-

NONCHALANT -- nonchalant (-ie), ínsuciant

NONCONFORMIST -- dissident (-e)

NONDESCRIPT -- ínclassificabil, índescribil

NONE -- (no one) nequí, null; (no quantity) nequant, nequó. ~ BUT: solmen

NONENTITY -- nullitá, person sin importantie

NONPLUS -- v. far perplex, confuser

NONSENSE -- ~, absurditá, galimatias, radotage

NOODLE -- stulton; (cul.) nudle

NOOK -- angul, niche

NOON -- midíe (-al)

NOOSE -- lace, node current; trappe

NOR -- ni

NORM -- norme (-al, -alitá)

NORTH -- nord (-al, -ic)

NORTHERN LIGHTS -- * aurora boreal, luce polari

NOSE -- nase (-al). NOSEBAG: manja-sac

NOSEGAY -- buquete

NOSTALGIA -- nostalgic (-ic)

NOSTRIL -- narice

NOSTRUM -- remediastre

NOT -- ne. ~ AT ALL: tot ne, nequant. IS IT ~?: never?

NOTABLE -- a. notabil, remarcabil; n. person eminent, notabile

NOTARY -- notario (-atu)

NOTATION -- ~

NOTCH -- v. inciser (-ura), breche

NOTE -- ~;(banknote) billet; (mus.) note, ton. OF ~: eminent; v. remarcar; (jot down) notar

NOTEBOOK -- caderne, nota-librette

NOTED -- celebri, famosi; mal famat

NOTEWORTHY -- remarcabil, notabil

NOTHING -- nequó, necós. GOOD FOR ~: ínutil, (person) vale-necós

NOTICE -- n. notieie, observation; atention; (notification) avise, anuncie; v. remarcar, observer. TO TAKE ~ OF: atenter

NOTIFY -- notificar (-ation), avisar

NOTION -- ~, conception, idé

NOTORIOUS -- notori (-tá)

NOTWITHSTANDING -- prep, malgré; con;]. malgré to; (although) benque

NOUGAT -- nugate

NOUGHT -- nequó; (cipher) null, zero

NOUN -- substantive, nómine

NOURISH -- nutrir (-iment, -ition), alimentar

NOVEL -- a. nov, ínusual, strangi; n. roman, novelle (-ist)

NOVELTY -- novitá

NOVEMBER -- novembre

NOVICE -- novicio, neofite

NOVITIATE -- noviciatu

NOW -- nu. ~ AND THEN: de témpor a témpore, ye vezes; (argumentative) or

NOWADAYS -- ho-témper

NOWHERE -- necú

NOWISE -- nequalmen, nullmen, in null maniere

NOXIOUS -- nociv

NOZZLE -- musel

NUANCE -- nuancie (-ar)

NUCLEOUS -- nucleo (-ari)

NUDE -- nud (-itá)

NUDGE -- colp del cude; v. pussar per li cude

NUGATORY -- futil, van

NUGGET -- bul, pepite

NUISANCE -- molestation, enoya, gena. WHAT A ~!: quam desagreabil!

NULL -- de null efecte

NULLIFY -- anullar, nullificar

NULLITY -- nullitá

NUMB -- ínsentient, ínsensibil, apatic; v. far ínsentient

NUMBER -- (quantity) númere (-ar); (of periodical) numeró; (figure) ciffre; v. (to give a ~ to) numerotar

NUMERAL -- a. ~; n. numerale

NUMERATOR -- ~

NUMERIC -- ~

NUMEROUS -- numerosi

NUMISMATICS -- numismatica

NUMSKULL -- stulton, ínepton

NUN -- nonna (-iera;, monaca NUNCIO: ~

NUNNERY -- conventu, clostre, nonniera NUPTIAL: ~

NURSE -- (for children) bonna, infantera; (sick) garda-malade, maladera; v. curar, cuidar; alactar

NURSERY -- infanteria, chambre por infantes; (for plants) plantatoria, cultivatoria

NURSLING -- sucon, bebé, alacton

NURSEMAID -- infantera, bonna

NURTURE -- n. nutrir (-itura); elevar, educar (-ation)

NUT -- nuce; (hazelnut) avelane; (mech.) scruviere

NUT-CRACKERS -- craca-nuces, nuce-cracator NUTMEG: (nuce de) muscate

NUTRIENT -- nutritiv

NUTRIMENT -- ~, aliment

NUTRITION -- ~ (-al)

NUTSHELL -- cortice de nuce

NYMPH -- nimfa