[noo-muh pom-pil-ee-uh s, nyoo-] /ˈnu mə pɒmˈpɪl i əs, ˈnyu-/
died 673? b.c, 2nd legendary Sabine king of Rome 715–673?
the legendary second king of Rome (?715–?673 bc), said to have instituted religious rites
[noo-mah-zoo] /nuˈmɑ zu/ noun 1. a port city in S Honshu, Japan, on Suragu Bay.
[nuhm] /nʌm/ adjective, number, numbest. 1. deprived of physical sensation or the ability to move: fingers numb with cold. 2. manifesting or resembling numbness: a numb sensation. 3. incapable of action or of feeling emotion; enervated; prostrate: numb with grief. 4. lacking or deficient in emotion or feeling; indifferent: She was numb to their pleas […]
[nuhm-bat] /ˈnʌm bæt/ noun 1. . /ˈnʌmˌbæt/ noun 1. a small Australian marsupial, Myrmecobius fasciatus, having a long snout and tongue and strong claws for hunting and feeding on termites: family Dasyuridae Also called banded anteater
adjective Stupid; dull-witted: recruits from the numb-brained hanger-on (1930+)