[nan-tuhk-it] /nænˈtʌk ɪt/
an island off SE Massachusetts: summer resort. 15 miles (24 km) long.
an island off SE Massachusetts: formerly a centre of the whaling industry; now a resort. Length: nearly 24 km (15 miles). Width: 5 km (3 miles). Pop (county and town): 10 724 (2003 est)
island off Massachusetts, early forms include Natocke, Nantican, Nautican; from an obscure southern New England Algonquian word, perhaps meaning “in the middle of waters.” Related: Nantucketer.
Resort island off Cape Cod in Massachusetts.
Note: Center of whaling industry during the nineteenth century.
/ˈnɑːnuːˌɑː/ noun (pl) nanua 1. (NZ) another name for moki
nanus na·nus (nā’nəs, nān’əs) n. A dwarf.
[nee-see, ney-] /ˈni si, ˈneɪ-/ noun, Irish Legend. 1. the husband of Deirdre and a nephew of Conchobar, by whom he was treacherously killed. /ˈniːʃə/ noun 1. (Irish myth) the husband of Deirdre, killed by his uncle Conchobar See also Deirdre
[ney-os] /ˈneɪ ɒs/ noun, plural naoi [ney-oi] /ˈneɪ ɔɪ/ (Show IPA) 1. a temple. 2. Architecture. . /ˈneɪɒs/ noun (pl) naoi (ˈneɪɔɪ) 1. (rare) an ancient classical temple 2. (architect) another name for cella