[nawr-ee] /ˈnɔr i/
noun, plural noris.
a seaweed having a mildly sweet, salty taste, usually dried, used in Japanese cookery mainly as a wrap for sushi.
an edible seaweed often used in Japanese cookery, esp for wrapping sushi or rice balls
[nawr-ee-uh, nohr-] /ˈnɔr i ə, ˈnoʊr-/ noun 1. a device consisting of a series of buckets on a wheel, used in Spain and the Orient for raising water. /ˈnɔːrɪə/ noun 1. a water wheel with buckets attached to its rim for raising water from a stream into irrigation canals: common in Spain and the Orient
[nawr-i-kuh m, nor-] /ˈnɔr ɪ kəm, ˈnɒr-/ noun 1. an ancient Roman province in central Europe, roughly corresponding to the part of Austria south of the Danube. /ˈnɒrɪkəm/ noun 1. an Alpine kingdom of the Celts, south of the Danube: comprises present-day central Austria and parts of Bavaria; a Roman province from about 16 bc
[nawr-ee-ey-guh, nawr-yey] /ˌnɔr iˈeɪ gə, nɔrˈyeɪ/ noun 1. Manuel Antonio, born 1934, military leader of Panama 1983–89: captured by U.S. forces and sentenced to prison for drug trafficking 1992.
nonstimulated oocyte retrieval in (office) fertilization