[nah-guh-ree] /ˈnɑ gə ri/
a group of related scripts, including , derived from Brahmi and used for the writing of many of the languages of India.
a set of scripts, including Devanagari, used as the writing systems for several languages of India
another word for Devanagari
/ˌnæɡɑːˈdʒuːnə/ noun 1. c. 150–c. 250 ad, Indian Buddhist monk, founder of the Madhyamika (Middle Path) school of Mahayana Buddhism: noted for his philosophical writings
[nah-guh-sah-kee, nag-uh-sak-ee; Japanese nah-gah-sah-kee] /ˌnɑ gəˈsɑ ki, ˌnæg əˈsæk i; Japanese ˈnɑ gɑˈsɑ ki/ noun 1. a seaport on W Kyushu, in SW Japan: second military use of the atomic bomb August 9, 1945. /ˌnɑːɡəˈsɑːkɪ/ noun 1. a port in SW Japan, on W Kyushu: almost completely destroyed in 1945 by the second atomic bomb […]
illuminating, one of the ancestors of Christ in the maternal line (Luke 3:25).
[nag-er] /ˈnæg ər/ noun 1. 1 (def 5).