[nahr-mer] /ˈnɑr mər/
a king of Egypt identified by modern scholars as the Menes of tradition and depicted as the unifier of Upper and Lower Egypt on an ancient slate tablet (Narmer Palette or Palette of Narmer) c3200 b.c. with relief carvings on both sides.
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[nar-uh-gan-sit] /ˌnær əˈgæn sɪt/ noun, plural Narragansets (especially collectively) Narraganset. 1. .
[nar-uh-gan-sit] /ˌnær əˈgæn sɪt/ noun, plural Narragansetts (especially collectively) Narragansett. 1. a member of a North American Indian tribe of the Algonquian family formerly located in Rhode Island but now almost extinct. 2. an Algonquian language, the language of the Narragansett Indians. 3. a town in S Rhode Island: includes a resort (Narragansett Pier) /ˌnærəˈɡænsɪt/ […]
noun 1. an inlet of the Atlantic in E Rhode Island. 28 miles (45 km) long. noun 1. an inlet of the Atlantic in SE Rhode Island: contains several islands, including Rhode Island, Prudence Island, and Conanicut Island