[nwah-yahd; French nwa-yad] /nwɑˈyɑd; French nwaˈyad/
destruction or execution by drowning, especially as practiced at Nantes, France, in 1793–94, during the Reign of Terror.
/nwɑːˈjɑːd; French nwajad/
(French history) execution by drowning, esp as practised during the Reign of Terror at Nantes from 1793 to 1794
/ˈnwaɪəʊ/ noun 1. a liqueur made from brandy flavoured with nut kernels
none of your business
/French nwajɔ̃/ noun 1. a town in N France: scene of the coronations of Charlemagne (768) and Hugh Capet (987); birthplace of John Calvin. Pop: 14 471 (1999)
[noz-uh l] /ˈnɒz əl/ noun 1. a projecting spout, terminal discharging pipe, or the like, as of a hose or bellows. 2. Slang. the nose. 3. the spout of a teapot. 4. the socket of a candlestick. /ˈnɒzəl/ noun 1. a projecting pipe or spout from which fluid is discharged 2. Also called propelling nozzle. […]