[ner-buhd-uh] /nərˈbʌd ə/
a river flowing W from central India to the Arabian Sea. 800 miles (1290 km) long.
another name for the Narmada
[nar-bawn] /narˈbɔn/ noun 1. a city in S France: an important port in Roman times. /French narˈbɔn/ noun 1. a city in S France: capital of the Roman province of Gallia Narbonensis; harbour silted up in the 14th century. Pop: 46 510 (1999)
- Narrow seas
plural noun 1. (archaic) the channels between Great Britain and the Continent and Great Britain and Ireland
[nahr-vik] /ˈnɑr vɪk/ noun 1. a seaport in N Norway. /ˈnɑːvɪk; Norwegian ˈnarvik/ noun 1. a port in N Norway: scene of two naval battles in 1940; exports iron ore from Kiruna and Gällivare (Sweden). Pop: 18 542 (2004 est)
[nahr-wuh l] /ˈnɑr wəl/ noun 1. a small arctic whale, Monodon monoceros, the male of which has a long, spirally twisted tusk extending forward from the upper jaw. /ˈnɑːwəl/ noun 1. an arctic toothed whale, Monodon monoceros, having a black-spotted whitish skin and, in the male, a long spiral tusk: family Monodontidae n. 1650s, from […]