[nah-oo-roo] /nɑˈu ru/
Republic of, an island republic in the Pacific, near the equator, W of the Gilbert Islands: administered by Australia before 1968. 8¼ sq. mi. (21 sq. km).
an island republic in the SW Pacific, west of Kiribati: administered jointly by Australia, New Zealand, and Britain as a UN trust territory before becoming independent in 1968; a member of the Commonwealth (formerly a special member not represented at all meetings, until 1999). The economy is based on export of phosphates. Languages: Nauruan (a Malayo-Polynesian language) and English. Religion: Christian. Currency: Australian dollar. Capital: Yaren. Pop: 9 434 (2013 est). Area: 2130 hectares (5263 acres) Former name Pleasant Island
of unknown origin; formerly known as Pleasant Island (1798). Related: Nauruan (1921).
[nah-oo-roo] /nɑˈu ru/ noun 1. Republic of, an island republic in the Pacific, near the equator, W of the Gilbert Islands: administered by Australia before 1968. 8¼ sq. mi. (21 sq. km). /nɑːˈuːruːən/ adjective 1. of or relating to Nauru, its inhabitants, or their language noun 2. a native or inhabitant of Nauru 3. the […]
[naw-zee-uh, -zhuh, -see-uh, -shuh] /ˈnɔ zi ə, -ʒə, -si ə, -ʃə/ noun 1. sickness at the stomach, especially when accompanied by a loathing for food and an involuntary impulse to vomit. 2. extreme disgust; loathing; repugnance. /ˈnɔːzɪə; -sɪə/ noun 1. the sensation that precedes vomiting 2. a feeling of disgust or revulsion n. early 15c., […]
- Nausea gravidarum
nausea gravidarum nausea grav·i·dar·um (grāv’ĭ-dâr’əm) n. See morning sickness.
noun 1. a loss of the sensation of nausea that is normally stimulated by noxious and disgusting substances.