[ney-tron, -truh n] /ˈneɪ trɒn, -trən/
a mineral, hydrated sodium carbonate, Na 2 CO 3 ⋅10H 2 O.
a whitish or yellow mineral that consists of hydrated sodium carbonate and occurs in saline deposits and salt lakes. Formula: Na2CO3.10H2O
1680s, from French natron (1660s), from Spanish natron, from Arabic natrun, from Greek nitron (see nitrogen). It is the source of the chemical symbol Na for sodium.
/nætˈsəʊpə/ noun acronym (formerly, in Britain) 1. National Society of Operative Printers, Graphical and Media Personnel
[naht-tah] /ˈnɑt tɑ/ noun 1. Giulio [joo-lyaw] /ˈdʒu lyɔ/ (Show IPA), 1903–79, Italian chemist and engineer: Nobel Prize in chemistry 1963.
[nah-tsoo-me] /ˈnɑ tsuˌmɛ/ noun 1. Soseki [saw-se-kee] /ˈsɔ sɛˌki/ (Show IPA), (Kinnosuke Natsume) 1867–1916, Japanese novelist.
[nat-er] /ˈnæt ər/ verb (used without object) 1. to talk incessantly; chatter. noun 2. a conversation; chat. /ˈnætə/ verb 1. (intransitive) to talk idly and at length; chatter or gossip noun 2. prolonged idle chatter or gossip v. “grumble, chatter aimlessly, nag,” 1829, northern England dialect variant of gnatter “to chatter, grumble,” earlier (18c.) “to […]