supplies for warships.
various products of the pine tree, as resin, pitch, or turpentine, used in building and maintaining wooden ships.
/ˈnævɑː/ noun 1. a system of air navigation in which a ground radar station relays signals to each aircraft indicating the relative positions of neighbouring aircraft
/nævəˈrɑːtrɪ/ noun 1. an annual Hindu festival celebrated over nine days in September-October. Observed throughout India, it commemorates the slaying of demons by Rama and the goddess Durga; in some places it is dedicated to all female deities Also called Durga Puja
/ˈnævərɪn; French navarɛ̃/ noun 1. a stew of mutton or lamb with root vegetables
[nav-uh-ree-noh] /ˌnæv əˈri noʊ/ noun 1. a seaport in the SW Peloponnesus, in SW Greece: Turkish and Egyptian fleets defeated near here in a naval battle 1827. /navaˈriːno/ noun 1. the Italian name for Pylos 2. a sea battle (Oct 20, 1827) in which the defeat of the Turkish-Egyptian fleet by a combined British, French, […]