[naw-mey-kee-uh] /nɔˈmeɪ ki ə/
noun, plural naumachiae
[naw-mey-kee-ee] /nɔˈmeɪ kiˌi/ (Show IPA), naumachias.
a mock sea fight, given as a spectacle among the ancient Romans.
a place for presenting such spectacles.
noun (in ancient Rome) (pl) -chiae (-kɪˌiː), -chias, -chies
a mock sea fight performed as an entertainment
an artificial lake used in such a spectacle
[naw-muh-kee] /ˈnɔ mə ki/ noun, plural naumachies. 1. .
[naw-muh-nahyt, nou-] /ˈnɔ məˌnaɪt, ˈnaʊ-/ noun 1. a mineral, silver-lead selenide, (Ag 2 Pb)Se, usually occurring in iron-black cubic crystals.
nearest active upstream neighbor
[naw-plee-uh s] /ˈnɔ pli əs/ noun, plural nauplii [naw-plee-ahy] /ˈnɔ pliˌaɪ/ (Show IPA) 1. (in many crustaceans) a larval form with three pairs of appendages and a single median eye, occurring usually as the first stage of development after leaving the egg. /ˈnɔːplɪəs/ noun (pl) -plii (-plɪˌaɪ) 1. the larva of many crustaceans, having a […]