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naevus {m}
birthmark
molemed.
nanotechnologia {f} [rec.]
nanotechnologymach.sci.
nanus {m}
dwarf
narcissismus {m} [rec.]
narcissismpsych.
nassa {f}
snare
nasus {m}
nose [Nasus]
natalis {m}
birthday
natio {f}
nationcivil.
natrix {f}
water snakeanim.T
natura {f}
birth
character
nature
natura {f} naturans [Spinoza]
naturing nature
naturalis
natural
naufragium {n}
shipwrecknaut.
nausea {f}
nausea
seasickness
Nava {f}
Nahe (River)geogr.
navigare [1]
to sail
navis {f}
boatnaut.
shipnaut.
vesselnaut.
Navis actuaria Obeligis
Asterix and Obelix All at SeaF
Nazara {f}
Nazarethgeogr.
nebula {f}
fog
mist
Nec possum tecum vivere, nec sine te. [Marcus Valerius Martialis]
I can neither live with you nor without you.cit.
necare [1]
to kill
necessarius
necessary
necessitas {f}
necessity
need
necessitudo {f}
necessity
neglegens
careless
neglegentia {f}
negligence
negotiosus
busy [with a lot to do]
negotium {n}
employment
occupation
pursuit
Nemesis {f}
Nemesismyth.
nemo
no one
nobody
nemoralis
forestal
nemus {n}
forest
nepos {m}
grandchild
grandson
neptis {f}
grandchild
granddaughter
nequedum
but not yet
Nereus {m}
Nereusmyth.
nervus {m}
bow-stringarma
bowstring
fetter
muscleanat.
prison
sinewanat.
tendonanat.
vigor [Am.]
vigour [Br.]
nex {f}
natural death
slaughter
violent death
niger
black [glossy]
nihilominus
however
Nilus {m}
Nilegeogr.
nimis
over
ningere [3]
to snow
Ninus {m}
Ninevehhist.
nisi
unless
niveus
snowy
nix {f}
snow
nobilitas {f}
nobility
nocere [2]
to injure
nocturnus
nocturnal
nodus {m}
knot
nolle [irreg.]
to nill [archaic]
to not want
nomen {n}
name
Nomen meum est Frank.
My name is Frank.
nominatio {f}
nomination
non
not
Non sub homine, sed sub Deo et lege
Not under man, but under God and the lawius
non sum qualis eram
I am not what I used to be
nonaginta
ninety
Norimberga {f}
Nuremberggeogr.
norma {f}
norm
nos
we
nostras
native
nota {f} interrogativa
question mark
notabilis
noticeable
notatio {f}
notation
notus
renowned
novellus
tender
young
novem [indecl.]
nine
November {m}
November
noverca {f}
stepmother
novicius
fresh
new
noviens
nine times
naevus {m}birthmark
med.
naevus {m}
mole
mach.sci.
nanotechnologia {f} [rec.]
nanotechnology
nanus {m}dwarf
psych.
narcissismus {m} [rec.]
narcissism
nassa {f}snare
nasus {m}nose [Nasus]
natalis {m}birthday
civil.
natio {f}
nation
anim.T
natrix {f}
water snake
natura {f}birth
natura {f}character
natura {f}nature
natura {f} naturans [Spinoza]naturing nature
naturalisnatural
naut.
naufragium {n}
shipwreck
nausea {f}nausea
nausea {f}seasickness
geogr.
Nava {f}
Nahe (River)
navigare [1]to sail
naut.
navis {f}
boat
naut.
navis {f}
ship
naut.
navis {f}
vessel
F
Navis actuaria Obeligis
Asterix and Obelix All at Sea
geogr.
Nazara {f}
Nazareth
nebula {f}fog
nebula {f}mist
cit.
Nec possum tecum vivere, nec sine te. [Marcus Valerius Martialis]
I can neither live with you nor without you.
necare [1]to kill
necessariusnecessary
necessitas {f}necessity
necessitas {f}need
necessitudo {f}necessity
neglegenscareless
neglegentia {f}negligence
negotiosusbusy [with a lot to do]
negotium {n}employment
negotium {n}occupation
negotium {n}pursuit
myth.
Nemesis {f}
Nemesis
nemono one
nemonobody
nemoralisforestal
nemus {n}forest
nepos {m}grandchild
nepos {m}grandson
neptis {f}grandchild
neptis {f}granddaughter
nequedumbut not yet
myth.
Nereus {m}
Nereus
arma
nervus {m}
bow-string
nervus {m}bowstring
nervus {m}fetter
anat.
nervus {m}
muscle
nervus {m}prison
anat.
nervus {m}
sinew
anat.
nervus {m}
tendon
nervus {m}vigor [Am.]
nervus {m}vigour [Br.]
nex {f}natural death
nex {f}slaughter
nex {f}violent death
nigerblack [glossy]
nihilominushowever
geogr.
Nilus {m}
Nile
nimisover
ningere [3]to snow
hist.
Ninus {m}
Nineveh
nisiunless
niveussnowy
nix {f}snow
nobilitas {f}nobility
nocere [2]to injure
nocturnusnocturnal
nodus {m}knot
nolle [irreg.]to nill [archaic]
nolle [irreg.]to not want
nomen {n}name
Nomen meum est Frank.My name is Frank.
nominatio {f}nomination
nonnot
ius
Non sub homine, sed sub Deo et lege
Not under man, but under God and the law
non sum qualis eramI am not what I used to be
nonagintaninety
geogr.
Norimberga {f}
Nuremberg
norma {f}norm
noswe
nostrasnative
nota {f} interrogativaquestion mark
notabilisnoticeable
notatio {f}notation
notusrenowned
novellustender
novellusyoung
novem [indecl.]nine
November {m}November
noverca {f}stepmother
noviciusfresh
noviciusnew
noviensnine times
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