[nok-yoo-uh s] /ˈnɒk yu əs/
likely to cause damage or injury; harmful; noxious.
(rare) harmful; noxious
1630s, “noxious, harmful,” from Latin nocuus “harmful,” from stem of nocere “to hurt, injure, harm” (see innocuous).
- No-cut contract
[noh-kuht] /ˈnoʊˌkʌt/ noun, Informal. 1. a professional athlete’s contract guaranteeing that he or she will remain on the team’s roster for a specified time.
[nod] /nɒd/ verb (used without object), nodded, nodding. 1. to make a slight, quick downward bending forward of the head, as in assent, greeting, or command. 2. to let the head fall slightly forward with a sudden, involuntary movement when sleepy. 3. to doze, especially in a sitting position: The speaker was so boring that […]
noble, probably a tribe descended from one of the sons of Ishmael, with whom the trans-Jordanic tribes made war (1 Chr.5:19).