[nuh-vahr; French na-var] /nəˈvɑr; French naˈvar/
a former kingdom in SW France and N Spain.
a former kingdom of SW Europe: established in the 9th century by the Basques; the parts south of the Pyrenees joined Spain in 1515 and the N parts passed to France in 1589. Capital: Pamplona Spanish name Navarra (naˈβarra)
a pre-Latin name, probably based on Basque nava “plain,” despite the region’s mountainous topography.
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[neyv] /neɪv/ noun 1. the principal longitudinal area of a church, extending from the main entrance or narthex to the chancel, usually flanked by aisles of less height and breadth: generally used only by the congregation. /neɪv/ noun 1. the central space in a church, extending from the narthex to the chancel and often flanked […]
[ney-vuh l] /ˈneɪ vəl/ noun 1. (def 1). 2. the central point or middle of any thing or place. 3. Heraldry. . /ˈneɪvəl/ noun 1. the scar in the centre of the abdomen, usually forming a slight depression, where the umbilical cord was attached Technical name umbilicus, related adjective umbilical 2. a central part, location, […]
[ney-vuh l-gey-zing] /ˈneɪ vəlˌgeɪ zɪŋ/ noun, Slang. 1. excessive absorption in self-analysis or focus on a single issue. noun 1. (informal) self-absorbed behaviour