TOP 10 N WORDS

top 10 n words

top 10 n words

TOP 10 N WORDS THAT STARTS WITH LETTER N

We have a huge list of unusual words beginning with N, these are the top 10 n words that are the most popular n letter words in the world. Learn more about words and meaning.

10.nice
9.nine
8.nickel
7.Norbert
6.nothing
5.number
4.Nike
3.North
2.Normal
1.Nail

ANOTHER TOP TEN N WORDS YOU MAY WANT TO KNOW

Number 10: Negative
Number 9: Nevada
Number 8: Nissan
Number 7: Number
Number 6: Nine
Number 5:?No
Number?4: Nick
Number 3:?Nigeria
Number 2: Noob
Number 1: Nice

LIST OF UNUSUAL WORDS BEGINNING WITH N
Word Definition
nabalism churlishness
nabalitic churlish
nacarat bright orange-red
nacelle structure on wing of airplane containing engine
nacket snack; light lunch
nacre mother-of-pearl
nacreous of or resembling mother-of-pearl
nadir lowest point; point diametrically opposite the sun
naevous spotted; freckled
naevus birthmark
nagor reedbuck of equatorial Africa
naiant swimming horizontally
nail old measure of two and a quarter inches
nailage charge for nailing up a package opened for customs inspection
nainsook fine cotton fabric
naissance new development; birth
naissant nascent, rising or coming forth
nakedize to go naked
nancifully in an effeminate manner
nanism the condition of being dwarfed or being a dwarf
nanity condition of deficiency in some respect
nanization artificial dwarfing
nankeen buff-coloured; durable buff-coloured cotton
nanocephalous having an extremely small head
nanoid dwarf-like
naology study of church or temple architecture
naos temple; inner cell of a temple
napaea nymph that inhabits wooded dells
napifolious having leaves like a turnip
napiform shaped like a turnip
napoh southeast Asian mouse deer
napoo to destroy; to kill
nappe sheet of water flowing over a weir
nappe ability of a liquid to coat the back of a spoon
napper one who naps cloth after it is fulled
narcocracy government by those who control the drug trade
narcohypnia numbness experienced upon awakening
narcolepsy pathological drowsiness
narcology study and treatment of narcotic abuse
narcomancy divination using sleep
narcomania uncontrollable craving for narcotics
narcose experiencing a hallucinogenic stupor
nares the nostrils
narial of, like or pertaining to the nostrils
naricorn horny termination of a bird’s nostril
nariform shaped like the nostrils or like the human nose
narquois mocking; malicious
narratology study of narrative structure of texts
narrischkeit foolishness; nonsense
narrowback one who does not engage in manual labour
narrowcast to transmit a program aimed at a small segment of the populace
narthecal of or relating to fennel
narthex small entrance or porch to a church
nary not a one; not at all
nasal nosepiece of a helmet
nasard organ mutation stop
nascent immature; in process of birth
nasicornous having a horn on the nose
nasillate to speak in a nasal manner
naskin prison
nasology study of the nose
nason oak flute-stop for an organ
nasute keen-scented; critically discriminating; having a big nose
nasutiform shaped like a nose
natable able to float; able to be sailed
natalitial of, like or pertaining to a birthday
natation swimming
natational of or relating to swimming
natatorium swimming-pool
nates the buttocks
natheless nevertheless; notwithstanding
naticide one who kills one’s own child
natiform shaped like buttocks
nativism belief that the mind possesses inborn thoughts
natricine of, like or pertaining to water-snakes
natron sodium bicarbonate
natuary hospital maternity ward
naturalism belief that the world can be explained in terms of natural forces
naturelle pale pink or beige colour
naturism communal nudism
naucify to despise; to hold in low esteem
naucrary one of forty-eight local divisions of the citizens of ancient Athens
naufrageous in a state of danger or ruin; threatened
naufrague shipwrecked person
naumachy mock sea-battle
naupathia sea sickness
naupegical of or relating to shipbuilding
nauscopy purported method for observing ships or land beyond the horizon
nauseant producing nausea
nautics art of navigation
nautiliform having the shape of a nautilus
navalism cult of naval supremacy or seapower
navarchy rulership over the seas
nave largest part of church where congregation sits
navette pointed oval shape; jewel cut in this shape
navicular boat-shaped
navifauna the fauna aboard a ship
naviform boat-shaped
navigerous bearing or able to bear a ship
naze headland or cape
neanic of, like or pertaining to the adolescent period; young
neap tidal period of least difference between high and low tides
nearabout nearby; in the vicinity
nearhand nearly; almost
neatherd cowherd
nebbich colourless; inconsequential person
nebel ancient Hebrew harp or dulcimer
nebelwerfer six-barrelled rocket mortar
nebris skin of a fawn worn as a garment in antiquity
nebulaphobia fear of fog
nebule wavy moulding
nebulist artist whose style has indistinct lines
nebulize to reduce to spray
necation an act of killing
nécessaire ornamental small case for personal objects
necessarianism theory that actions are determined by prior history; fatalism
necessitudinarian determinist
neckatee scarf worn around the neck or head
necrobiosis death of cells
necrogenic deriving from dead animals
necrographer obituary writer
necrolatry worship of the dead
necrologue obituary
necrology obituary list
necromania sexual obsession with dead bodies; necrophilia
necrophagous feeding on the dead
necrophobia fear of corpses
necropolitan of or relating to a necropolis or cemetery; mournful; funereal
necropsy post-mortem examination
necroscopy examination of a dead body
necrotic undergoing death of part of the body
necrotomy dissection; cutting open of a dead body
necrotype organism formerly but no longer present in a locality
nectareal of or like nectar
nectariferous producing nectar
nectarivorous feeding on nectar
nectopod limb used for swimming
necyomancy divination by summoning Satan
needlecord thinly ribbed cotton
needledom the world of sewing
needs of necessity; necessarily
neencephalon evolutionarily newer part of the vertebrate brain
nef ornamental stand in shape of ship for holding salt or cutlery
nefandous abominable; despicable
nefastous wretched; miserable
negaholic habitually pessimistic
negannepaut coarse cotton Indian fabric
negatory no; expression of negation
negentropy measurement of order or information of a system
négociant wine merchant
negotiosity habitual state of being occupied with business
negrophile one who is sympathetic towards black people
negrophobia fear of blacks
nekton assemblage of swimming organisms in a body of water
nelly large South Pacific petrel
nemaline of or like a thread
nematology the study of nematodes
nembutsu Buddhist invocation chanted to achieve enlightenment
nemesism self-directed frustration
nemophilist one who loves the woods
nemoral of a wood or grove
nemoricolous living in forests or groves
nemorivagant wandering through forests
nemorous wooded
nene Hawaiian goose
neoblastic of, like or pertaining to new growth
neocatastrophism doctrine that natural catastrophic events shaped the evolution of life
neocolonialism continued exercise of economic and social power over former colonial states
neocracy government by new or inexperienced rulers
neogamist newlywed
neogenesis producing regeneration of tissue
neogrammarian linguist who contends that phonetic laws are exceptionless
neoist one who favours novelty
neolagnium puberty
neolatry worship of novelty
neolocal of a married couple, living independently of either spouse’s family
neological of or relating to the coining of new words
neology practice of coining new words; neologism
neomenia period of the new moon
neomorphic developed suddenly and not inherited
neomort brain-dead individual
neonate newly born child
neonaticide killing or killer of a newborn infant
neonatology study of newborn babies
neonomianism theory that the gospel abrogates earlier moral codes
neontology study of extant or recently living organisms
neophile one who loves novelty and trends
neophobe one who fears change or novelty
neophobia fear of novelty
neophrastic of, like or pertaining to neologisms
neophron small Egyptian vulture
neoprimitivism artistic movement favouring return to earlier or unsophisticated values
neorama view of interior of building
neoslave one who is re-enslaved or employed at near-slavery conditions
neossology study of nestling birds
neossoptile soft or downy feathers of a bird
neotechnic of or relating to development of new technology
neotectonics study of more recent changes in the earth’s crust
neoteny retention of juvenile characteristics in a mature organism
neoteric of recent origin; modern
neoterism introduction of new things, especially words
neottious resembling a bird’s nest
neovitalism theory that total material explanation is impossible
nep small lump on cotton fibre
nepenthe something, such as a drink, capable of making one forget suffering
neper unit for expressing ratio of two currents or voltages
nephalism total abstinence from alcoholic drinks
nepheligenous discharging smoke in clouds
nephelococcygia act of finding shapes in clouds
nephelognosy observation of clouds
nepheloid cloudy
nephelometer instrument for measuring cloudiness
nephelometry measurement of cloudiness of liquids
nephogram photograph of clouds
nephograph instrument for photographing clouds
nephology study of clouds
nephoscope instrument for observing direction and velocity of clouds
nephralgia kidney pain
nephrectomy removal of one or both kidneys
nephric of, like or pertaining to the kidneys
nephrography description or imagery of the kidneys
nephroid kidney-shaped
nephrolith kidney stone
nephrology study of the kidneys
nepionic of, like or pertaining to the embryonic period of development
nepotal of, like or pertaining to one’s nephew
nepotation riotous behaviour; profligacy
neritic belonging to the shallow waters near land
nerka sockeye salmon
nervifolious having leaves with prominent veins
nervine quieting; soothing nervous excitement
nervure vein of a leaf
nescience lack of knowledge; ignorance
nesh soft; delicate; tender
nesiote living on an island
nessberry small soft North American fruit like a loganberry
nestitherapy medical treatment by reducing food intake
nettlesome irritable; difficult
neuralgiform like or shaped like a nerve
neurergic of, like or pertaining to the function or action of the nerves
neurism “nerve-force” acting on evolution
neurobiology study of anatomy of the nervous system
neurogenesis production or generation of nerves
neuroid like a nerve
neuropath one who believes in nervous origin of most diseases
neuropsychology study of relation between brain and behaviour
neurypnology study of hypnotism
neuston minute organisms floating or swimming pool on water’s surface
neutrologistic expressing neither praise nor disapproval
neutrosophy study of the origin and nature of philosophical neutralities
névé granular snow; field of granular snow
nevosity state of being speckled
nevus birthmark
newel upright column in middle of circular staircase; post at end of stairs
nexal of or pertaining to a nexus
nexility compactness of speech
nexus a bond; a linked group
niaiserie simplicity; foolishness
niccolic made of, like or pertaining to nickel
nickeliferous bearing nickel
nicotian of, like or pertaining to tobacco
nictate to wink or blink
nidamental nest-forming
nidatory of, like or pertaining to nests
niddering one who shows shameful fear or timidity
nidicolous reared in a nest; sharing a nest
nidificate to construct a nest
nidifugous leaving the nest soon after hatching
nidify to build a nest
nidology study of nests
nidor strong smell or fume of animal cooking
nidulation nest-building
nidus place where something originates or develops; nest
niello ornamenting metal by placing black compound in engravings
nieve hand or fist
niff an unpleasant smell
nigh nearly; almost
nightjar nocturnal insectivorous Old World migratory bird
nightpiece work of art describing a night scene
nigrescence blackness; dark colouring or pigmentation
nigricant of a blackish colour
nigrine black
nigrities exceptionally dark coloration
nigroglobulate to blackball
nigrosine blackish coal-tar colour dye
nihilism denial of all reality; extreme scepticism
nihility nothingness; a mere nothing
nil nothing; not at all; in no way
nill to refuse; to be unwilling
nim to steal; to pilfer
nimbose cloudy
nimiety excess
nimonic of alloys used in high-temperature work
ninon silk voile or other thin fabric
nippitatum exceptionally good and strong ale
nipter ecclesiastical ceremony of washing the feet
niramiai period of stamping and glaring to cow sumo opponent
nisus effort; striving; impulse
nitency brightness; lustrousness
nitency effort; impulse; tendency
nithing infamous person; abject coward; traitor
nitid bright; shining; merry
nitriary artificial bed of animal matter used to produce nitre
nitrometer instrument for measuring nitrogen and its compounds
nitrophilous flourishing in or preferring locations with abundant nitrogen
nivellate to level or plane
niveous snowy; white
nivial growing among snow
nobbut except; unless
nobiliary of, like or pertaining to nobility
nobilitate to ennoble
nocent hurtful; guilty; harmful
nociceptive sensitive to pain; causing pain
noctambulation sleep-walking
noctidiurnal comprising one day and one night
noctiflorous flowering at night
noctilucent phosphorescent; glowing in the dark
noctivagant wandering in the night
noctuary record of one night’s thoughts
nocuous hurtful; noxious
nodality knottedness; state of being nodal
nodated knotted
noddy plain two-wheeled horse-drawn cart
noddypeak fool; imbecile
nodose having knots or nodules; knotty
nodosity knottiness; a knotty swelling
nodus a knotty point; difficulty; complication
noegenesis production of knowledge
noema stating something obscurely, forcing listeners to work it out
noesis intellectual activity; purely intellectual perception
noetics laws or rules of logic
noils short pieces of fibre separated from longer ones by combing
noisette small piece of lamb cut off the bone and rolled
nolition adverse action of will; unwillingness
nomancy divination by examining letters of name
nomenclator lexicon; word-list; one who assigns names
nomiatrist lawyer specializing in medical cases
nomic customary; conventional
nominalism doctrine that naming of things defines reality
nominatim by name; expressly
nominative indicating subject of a verb
nomism view that moral conduct consists in observance of laws
nomistic based on law or a sacred book
nomocracy government based on legal system; rule of law
nomogeny origin of life according to natural law
nomographer a writer of laws
nomography writing or formulation of laws
nomology the science of the laws; especially of the mind
nomothetical giving laws; legislative
nonage legal infancy; minority; time of immaturity
nones prayer service held at 3 p.m.
nonobstant notwithstanding
nonpareil thing of unequalled excellence; paragon
nonparous not having given birth
nonpathogenic not causing disease
noogenesis evolution of the mind
noology science of the intellect
noometry mind-measurement
noosphere sum of human intellectual activities
nootropics cognitive enhancers; mind drugs
normalism state of being normal
norsel short piece of line for fastening fishing nets and hooks
nosebag food bag hung over a horse’s head
nosegay bouquet of fragrant flowers
nosism use of royal “we”; assumption of role of group mouthpiece
nosocomial of, like or pertaining to a hospital
nosocomium hospital
nosography description of diseases
nosology study of diseases
nosomania delusion of suffering from a disease
nosophobia fear of disease
nostology study of senility
nostomania abnormal desire to go back to familiar places
nostopathy fear of returning to familiar places
nostrification acceptance of foreign university degrees on par with native
nostrum secret or quack medicine
notabilia notable sayings; things worthy of notice
notalgia back pain
notandum something to be specially noted or observed
notaphily collecting of bank-notes and cheques
notarikon making words from letters taken from throughout a sentence
nothingarian person who has no particular belief
nothous spurious; bastard
notitia roll, list or register
notonectal swimming on the back
noumenalism belief in existence of noumena
noumenon object whose reality defined by reason rather than perception
nous pure intellect or reason
novalia lands newly brought under cultivation
novantique both new and old through repair or imitation
novation substitution of a new obligation for an existing one
novena series of Catholic church services held on nine successive days
novenary of, like or pertaining to the number nine
novendial festival lasting nine days
novercal of, like or pertaining to a stepmother
novercaphobia fear of one’s stepmother
novity innovation; newness
nowise not at all
noxal of, like or pertaining to wrongful injury by object or animal of another
noyade execution by drowning
nubecula a cloudiness
nubiferous cloud-bringing
nubiform cloudlike
nubigenous cloud-born
nubilate to obscure
nubilous cloudy
nucal of, like or pertaining to nuts
nucha the nape of the neck
nuchal of, like or pertaining to the nape of the neck
nuciferous nut-bearing
nuciform shaped like a nut
nucivorous nut-eating
nucule a nutlet
nudation the act of making bare
nugacious unimportant; trifling; trivial
nugament nonsense; trifle
nugatory inconsequential; inoperative; futile; trifling
nullibicity state of being nowhere
nullibilism denial that the soul exists in space
nullifidian having no faith; one who is faithless
nulliparous having not borne children
nullism belief that reality does not exist; nihilism
nullity the state of being null or void
nulliverse universe devoid of any plan or organizing principle
numbat termite-eating anteater-like marsupial with white stripes
numen presiding deity
numenism belief in local deities or spirits
numinous of, like or pertaining to a deity; suffused with religious awe
numismatics study of coins
numismatography systematic description of coins
nummamorous money-loving
nummary of, like or pertaining to coins or money
nummet light meal or luncheon
nummiform shaped like a coin
numquid an inquisitive person
nunciative bearing messages
nuncio one who brings tidings; high-ranking papal legate
nuncius messenger
nuncle to defraud
nuncupate to utter as a vow; to declare verbally
nuncupative oral; designative
nundinal of, like or pertaining to a fair or market
nundination trading; mercantile commerce
nunnation addition of a final n in the declension of nouns
nupson simpleton; fool
nuptiality marriage-rate
nuque nape of the neck
nutant nodding; drooping
nutarian person who believes that nuts are the best kind of food
nutation fluctuation or nodding in movement of earth’s pole
nutria amphibious South American rodent
nutrication nourishment
nutrice nurse
nutricial of, like or pertaining to nurses
nyala large south African antelope
nyatiti eight-stringed lyre used by Luo people
nychthemeral of, like or pertaining to a nychthemeron or 24-hour period
nychthemeron a full night and a day; 24 hours
nyctalopia night-blindness
nyctanthous flowering at night
nyctograph device for recording ideas at night or when not fully awake
nyctophobia fear of the night or darkness
nymphean of, like or pertaining to a nymph
nympholepsy emotional frenzy, as that inspired in men by nymphs
nymphology study of nymphs

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