[nak-sos, -sohs, -suh s; Greek nah-ksaws] /ˈnæk sɒs, -soʊs, -səs; Greek ˈnɑ ksɔs/
a Greek island in the S Aegean: the largest of the Cyclades group. 169 sq. mi. (438 sq. km).
a Greek island in the S Aegean, the largest of the Cyclades: ancient centre of the worship of Dionysius. Pop: 18 188 (2001). Area: 438 sq km (169 sq miles)
[ney] /neɪ/ adverb 1. and not only so but; not only that but also; indeed: many good, nay, noble qualities. 2. Archaic. no (used in dissent, denial, or refusal). noun 3. a denial or refusal. 4. a negative vote or voter. /neɪ/ sentence substitute 1. (mainly archaic or dialect) an archaic or dialect (except in […]
[nuh-yah pahy-sah] /nəˈyɑ paɪˈsɑ/ noun, plural naye paise [nuh-yey pahy-sey] /nəˈyeɪ paɪˈseɪ/ (Show IPA) 1. a former monetary unit of India and Bhutan, the 100th part of a rupee.
[nah-yah-reet] /ˌnɑ yɑˈrit/ noun 1. a state in W Mexico. 10,442 sq. mi. (27,045 sq. km). Capital: Tepic. /Spanish najaˈrit/ noun 1. a state of W Mexico, on the Pacific: includes the offshore Tres Marías Islands. Capital: Tepic. Pop: 919 739 (2000). Area: 27 621 sq km (10 772 sq miles)
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/ˈneɪ ˈpjiː ˈtaʊ/ noun 1. the official capital of Myanmar (Burma), built in the centre of the country near Pyinmana in 2005–2006, and superseding Yangon (Rangoon) for main government functions. Pop: officially approaching 1 000 000 in 2007