[nav-i-gey-shuh n] /ˌnæv ɪˈgeɪ ʃən/
the act or process of .
the art or science of plotting, ascertaining, or directing the course of a ship, aircraft, or guided missile.
the skill or process of plotting a route and directing a ship, aircraft, etc, along it
the act or practice of navigating: dredging made navigation of the river possible
(US, rare) ship traffic; shipping
(Midland English, dialect) an inland waterway; canal
1530s, from Middle French navigation (14c.) or directly from Latin navigationem (nominative navigatio) “a sailing, navigation, voyage,” noun of action from past participle stem of navigare “to sail, sail over, go by sea, steer a ship,” from navis “ship” (see naval) + root of agere “to drive” (see act (n.)).
Finding your way around a web site. Many sites have some kind of navigation bar. One of the first web browsers was called Netscape Navigator.
National Certification Board for Diabetes Educators
National Clearinghouse on Bilingual Education
1. National Council of Churches. abbreviation (in Britain) 1. (the former) Nature Conservancy Council 1. National Coordinating Committee 2. National Council of Churches
1. National Council of Churches.