[nuh-baw-kuh f, nab-uh-kawf, -kof; Russian nuh-baw-kuh f] /nəˈbɔ kəf, ˈnæb əˌkɔf, -ˌkɒf; Russian nʌˈbɔ kəf/
[vlad-uh-meer vlad-uh-meer-uh-vich;; Russian vluh-dyee-myir vluh-dyee-myi-ruh-vyich] /ˈvlæd əˌmɪər ˌvlæd əˈmɪər ə vɪtʃ;; Russian vlʌˈdyi myɪr vlʌˈdyi myɪ rə vyɪtʃ/ (Show IPA), 1899–1977, U.S. novelist, short-story writer, and poet, born in Russia.
Vladimir Vladimirovich (vlaˈdimir vlaˈdimirəvitʃ). 1899–1977, US novelist, born in Russia. His works include Lolita (1955), Pnin (1957), Pale Fire (1962), and Ada (1969)
[nab-oh-nas-er] /ˌnæb oʊˈnæs ər/ noun 1. died 733? b.c, king of Babylon 747?–733?.
[nab-uh-koh-vee-uh n] /ˌnæb əˈkoʊ vi ən/ adjective 1. of, pertaining to, characteristic of, or resembling the literary style of Vladimir Nabokov: a sly, Nabokovian sense of the absurd.
[nab-oh-nahy-duh s] /ˌnæb oʊˈnaɪ dəs/ noun 1. died 539? b.c, last king of Babylonia 556–539 (father of Belshazzar). /ˌnæbəˈnaɪdəs/ noun 1. (Old Testament) the father of Belshazzar, last king of Babylon before it was captured by Cyrus in 539 bc
[ney-both, -bohth] /ˈneɪ bɒθ, -boʊθ/ noun 1. the owner of a vineyard coveted by Ahab, slain by the scheming of Jezebel so that Ahab could secure the vineyard. I Kings 21. /ˈneɪbɒθ/ noun 1. (Old Testament) an inhabitant of Jezreel, murdered by King Ahab at the instigation of his wife Jezebel for refusing to sell […]