[ney-chuh-rop-uh-thee, nach-uh-] /ˌneɪ tʃəˈrɒp ə θi, ˌnætʃ ə-/
a system or method of treating disease that employs no surgery or synthetic drugs but uses special diets, herbs, vitamins, massage, etc., to assist the natural healing processes.
a method of treating disorders, involving the use of herbs and other naturally grown foods, sunlight, fresh air, etc Also called nature cure
1901, a hybrid from comb. form of nature + -pathy. A correct formation from all-Greek elements would be *physiopathy. Related: Naturopath.
naturopathy na·tur·op·a·thy (nā’chə-rŏp’ə-thē)
A system of therapeutics in which neither surgical nor medicinal agents are used, with dependence being placed only on natural remedies.
na’tur·o·path’ (nā’chər-ə-pāth’, nə-chur’-) n.
abbreviation 1. Nauru (international car registration) networking 1. Network Addressable Unit. 2. Network Access Unit. (1997-05-10) 1. Nauru (international vehicle ID) 2. network access unit 3. network addressable unit
/nɔːtʃ/ noun 1. a variant spelling of nautch
[naw-kruh-tis] /ˈnɔ krə tɪs/ noun 1. an ancient Greek city in N Egypt, on the Nile delta. /ˈnɔːkrətɪs/ noun 1. an ancient Greek city in N Egypt, in the Nile delta: founded in the 7th century bc
[naw-guh-hahyd] /ˈnɔ gəˌhaɪd/ Trademark. 1. a brand of strong vinyl-coated fabric made to look like leather and used for upholstery, luggage, etc. trademark name patented (U.S.) Dec. 7, 1937, by United States Rubber Products Inc., for an artificial leather made from fabric base treated with rubber, etc. From Naugatuk, rubber-making town in Connecticut, + hyde, […]