[luh nan] /lə ˈnɛ̃/
[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 a widow’s son (Luke 7:11-17). It is identified with the village called Nein, standing on the north-western slope of Jebel ed-Duhy (=the “hill Moreh” = “Little hermon”), about 4 miles from Tabor and 25 southwest of Capernaum. At the foot of the slope on which it stands is the great plain of Esdraelon. This was the first miracle of raising the dead our Lord had wrought, and it excited great awe and astonishment among the people.
[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 […]
[nahy-ruh] /ˈnaɪ rə/ noun 1. a paper money and monetary unit of Nigeria, equal to 100 kobo: replaced the pound in 1973. /ˈnaɪrə/ noun 1. the standard monetary unit of Nigeria, divided into 100 kobo