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narro (1)
relate, recount, report
nascor, i, natus
be born, rise
nata, ae, f.
daughter
nato (1)
swim, float
nauta, ae, m.
sailor, seaman
navigo (1)
(set) sail, navigate
nebula, ae, f.
cloud, mist, fog
necdum, adv.
not yet, nor yet
nectar, aris, n.
nectar
necto, ere, nex(u)im nexus
bind, fasten
nefandus, a, um
unspeakable, unutterable
nefas, n. indecl.
impiety
nego (1)
deny, refuse
nemus, oris, n.
(sacred) grave, wood
Neoptolemus, i, m.
Pyrrhus
nepos, otis, m.
grandson
Neptunus, i, m.
Neptune
nequiquam, adv.
in vain, uselessly
nescio, ire, ivi
not know
nescius, a, um
ignorant, unaware
neu,neve
and not, and lest
ni, nisi
if not, unless
niger, a, um
black, dark
nihil, nil
nothing
nimbus, i m.
rainstorm
nimium
too (much)
nisi, ni
if not
nitens, entis
gleaming, bright
nitidus, a, um
shining, sleek
nitor, i, sus
strive, rest on
niveus, a,um
snowy, white
nix, nivis f.
snow
no (1)
swim, float
nocturnus, a, um
of the night
nodo (1)
knot, bind, fasten
nodus, i m.
knot, tie, fold
Nomas, adis m.
tribe of North Africa
nondum
not yet
noco, ere, novi, notus
learn
notus, a, um
known, familiar
Notus, i m.
(south) wind
novem
nine
novo (1)
renew, make (new)
noxa, ae f.
crime, fault, hurt, harm
nubes, is f.
cloud, fog, mist
nubilia, orum n.
clouds
nubilium, i n.
cloud, cloudiness
nudo (1)
strip, expose
nudus, a, um
naked, bare, nude
num
expects a negative response
nodus, i m.
knot, tie, fold
Nomas, adis m.
tribe of North Africa
nondum
not yet
noco, ere, novi, notus
learn
notus, a, um
known, familiar
Notus, i m.
(south) wind
novem
nine
novo (1)
renew, make (new)
noxa, ae f.
crime, fault, hurt, harm
nubes, is f.
cloud, fog, mist
nubilia, orum n.
clouds
nubilium, i n.
cloud, cloudiness
nudo (1)
strip, expose
nudus, a, um
naked, bare, nude
num
expects a negative response
numerus, i m.
number, multitude
Numidiae, arum m.
tribe of North Africa
numquam
never
nuntia, ae f.
messanger
nurus, us f.
daughter
nusquam
nowhere
nutrimentum, i n.
food, fuel
nutrix, icis f.
nurse
Nympha, ae f.
a minor divinity of the forests, waters, etc.
nam, namque
for
natus (gnatus), i m.
son, child
navis, navis f.
ship
-ne
?
ne
lest, that...not, not
neque, nec
neither, nor, and not
neque... neque
neither... nor
nomen, nominis n.
name
non
not
noster, nostra, nostrum
our
novus, a, um
new
nox, noctis f.
night
nullus, a, um
no, none
numen, numinis n.
divinity
nunc
now, soon