[naw-vah ee-gwah-soo] /ˈnɔ vɑ ˌi gwɑˈsu/
a city in SE Brazil, NW of Rio de Janeiro.
[noh-vah-lis] /noʊˈvɑ lɪs/ noun 1. (pen name of Friedrich von Hardenberg) 1772–1801, German poet. /German noˈvaːlɪs/ noun 1. real name Friedrich von Hardenberg. 1772–1801, German romantic poet. His works include the mystical Hymnen an die Nacht (1797; published 1800) and Geistliche Lieder (1799)
[Portuguese naw-vuh leezh-baw-uh] /Portuguese ˈnɔ və liʒˈbɔ ə/ noun 1. former name of . /Portuguese ˈnɔvə liʒˈβoə/ noun 1. the former name (1928–73) of Huambo
[noh-vahr-uh; Italian naw-vah-rah] /noʊˈvɑr ə; Italian nɔˈvɑ rɑ/ noun 1. a city in NE Piedmont, in NW Italy. /Italian noˈvaːra/ noun 1. a city in NW Italy, in NE Piedmont: scene of the Austrian defeat of the Piedmontese in 1849. Pop: 100 910 (2001)
[noh-vuh] /ˈnoʊ və/ noun 1. Also called Nova Salmon. a Pacific salmon cured in the style of Nova Scotia salmon. 2. (lowercase) (loosely) any smoked salmon. /ˈnəʊvə/ noun (pl) -vae (-viː), -vas 1. a variable star that undergoes a cataclysmic eruption, observed as a sudden large increase in brightness with a subsequent decline over months […]