[nod-yuh-vah-rod, noj-] /ˈnɒd yəˌvɑ rɒd, ˈnɒdʒ-/
Hungarian name of .
the Hungarian name for Oradea
[na, nah] /næ, nɑ/ adverb, Informal. 1. no. 1. . abbreviation 1. Nahum 1920, reflecting a drawn-out American English pronunciation of no. Nahum
[nah-hah] /ˈnɑ hɑ/ noun 1. a port on SW Okinawa, in S Japan. /ˈnɑːhə/ noun 1. a port in S Japan, on the SW coast of Okinawa Island: chief city of the Ryukyu Islands. Pop: 303 146 (2002 est)
/nəˈhɑːl/ noun 1. (in Israel) a military youth organization 2. (not capital) an agricultural settlement, esp in a border area, set up or manned by Nahal members
possession, or valley of God, one of the encampments of the Israelites in the wilderness (Num. 21:19), on the confines of Moab. This is identified with the ravine of the Zerka M’ain, the ancient Callirhoe, the hot springs on the east of the Jordan, not far from the Dead Sea.