[nawr-oh-vahy-ruh s] /ˈnɔr oʊˌvaɪ rəs/
noun, plural noroviruses
any of various single-stranded RNA viruses of the genus Norovirus, of the family Caliciviridae: the most common cause of epidemic viral gastroenteritis in humans.
a virus which is a common cause of gastroenteritis
[nawr-plant] /ˈnɔrˌplænt/ Trademark. 1. a long-term contraceptive for women, usuually effective for 5 years, consisting of several small slow-release capsules of progestin implanted under the skin.
[nawr-ij, nor-] /ˈnɔr ɪdʒ, ˈnɒr-/ noun 1. a city in NE Illinois, near Chicago.
/ˈnɒrɪŋtən/ noun 1. Sir Roger (Arthur Carver). born 1934, British conductor; noted for period performances of early music
[nawr-is, nor-] /ˈnɔr ɪs, ˈnɒr-/ noun 1. Charles Gilman, 1881–1945, U.S. novelist and editor. 2. Frank, 1870–1902, U.S. novelist (brother of Charles Gilman). 3. George William, 1861–1944, U.S. senator 1913–43. 4. Kathleen (Thompson) 1880–1966, U.S. novelist and short-story writer (wife of Charles Gilman). 5. a male given name.