[noo-koo-uh-law-fuh] /ˌnu ku əˈlɔ fə/
a seaport in and the capital of Tonga, in the S Pacific Ocean.
[tong-guh] /ˈtɒŋ gə/
a Polynesian kingdom consisting of three groups of islands in the S Pacific, NE of New Zealand: a former British protectorate. About 270 sq. mi. (700 sq. km).
a light two-wheeled vehicle used in rural areas of India
(pl) -gas, -ga. a member of a Negroid people of S central Africa, living chiefly in Zambia and Zimbabwe
the language of this people, belonging to the Bantu group of the Niger-Congo family
a kingdom occupying an archipelago of more than 150 volcanic and coral islands in the SW Pacific, east of Fiji: inhabited by Polynesians; became a British protectorate in 1900 and gained independence in 1970; a member of the Commonwealth. Official languages: Tongan and English. Religion: Christian majority. Currency: pa’anga. Capital: Nuku’alofa. Pop: 106 322 (2013 est). Area: 750 sq km (290 sq miles) Also called Friendly Islands
/Russian nuˈkus/ noun 1. a city in Uzbekistan, capital of the Kara-Kalpak Autonomous Republic, on the Amu Darya River. Pop: 325 000 (2005 est)
1. National Urban League.
[nuhl] /nʌl/ adjective 1. without value, effect, consequence, or significance. 2. being or amounting to nothing; nil; lacking; nonexistent. 3. Mathematics. 4. being or amounting to zero. noun 5. Electronics. a point of minimum signal reception, as on a radio direction finder or other electronic meter. verb (used with object) 6. to cancel; make null. […]
[nuhl-uh] /ˈnʌl ə/ noun, (in the East Indies) 1. an intermittent watercourse. 2. a gully or ravine. /ˈnʌlɑː/ noun 1. a stream or drain