[nah-ee-muh] /nɑˈi mə/
a female given name: from an Arabic word meaning “benevolent.”.
[luh nan] /lə ˈnɛ̃/ noun 1. Antoine [ahn-twan] /ɑ̃ˈtwan/ (Show IPA), (“the Elder”) 1588?–1648, and his two brothers Louis [lwee] /lwi/ (Show IPA) (“the Roman”), 1593?–1648, and Mathieu [ma-tyœ] /maˈtyœ/ (Show IPA) 1607–77, French painters. (from Heb. nain, “green pastures,” “lovely”), the name of a town near the gate of which Jesus raised to life […]
[neyn-soo k, nan-] /ˈneɪn sʊk, ˈnæn-/ noun 1. a fine, soft-finished cotton fabric, usually white, used for lingerie and infants’ wear. /ˈneɪnsʊk; ˈnæn-/ noun 1. a light soft plain-weave cotton fabric, used esp for babies’ wear
dwellings, the name given to the prophetical college established by Samuel near Ramah. It consisted of a cluster of separate dwellings, and hence its name. David took refuge here when he fled from Saul (1 Sam. 19:18, 19, 22, 23), and here he passed a few weeks in peace (comp. Ps. 11). It was probably […]
[nahy-pawl] /ˈnaɪˌpɔl/ noun 1. V(idiadhar) S(urajprasad) born 1932, English novelist and nonfiction writer, born in Trinidad. /naɪˈpɔːl/ noun 1. Sir V(idiadhar) S(urajprasad). born 1932, Trinidadian novelist of Indian descent, living in Britain. His works include A House for Mr Biswas (1961), In a Free State (1971), which won the Booker Prize, A Bend in the […]