[noo-nuh-voot, noo-nuh-voot] /ˌnu nəˈvut, ˈnu nəˌvut/
a territory in N Canada, formed in 1999 from part of the Northwest Territories, extending E from the Northwest Territories to Hudson Bay and including most of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. 808,181 sq. mi. (2,093, 190 sq. km)
a territory of NW Canada, formed in 1999 from part of the Northwest Territories as a semi-autonomous region for the Inuit; includes Baffin Island and Ellesmere Island. Capital: Iqaluit. Pop: 29 644 (2004 est). Area: 2 093 190 sq km (808 185 sq miles)
[nuhn] /nʌn/ noun 1. a conical, unlighted buoy used as a channel marker, especially on the starboard side of a channel entering from seaward. /nʌn/ noun 1. (nautical) a buoy, conical at the top, marking the right side of a channel leading into a harbour: green in British waters but red in US waters Compare […]
[noo ngk; English nuhngk] /nʊŋk; English nʌŋk/ adverb, Latin. 1. .
[nuhngk di-mit-is, noo ngk] /ˈnʌŋk dɪˈmɪt ɪs, ˈnʊŋk/ noun 1. (italics) the canticle beginning with the words of Simeon, in Luke 2:29–32, “Lord, now lettest thou thy servant depart in peace.”. 2. (lowercase) permission to leave; dismissal or departure. /ˈnʌŋk dɪˈmɪtɪs; ˈnʊŋk/ noun 1. the Latin name for the Canticle of Simeon (Luke 2:29–32) 2. […]
[nuhn-chah-koo] /nʌnˈtʃɑ ku/ noun 1. Sometimes, nunchakus. a Japanese hand weapon for defense against frontal assault, consisting of two foot-long hardwood sticks joined by a chain or thick cord that stretches to body width.