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n (en)[edit | edit source]

  • pt: (ene) décima quarta letra do alfabeto (consoante)
  • -n ????
  • en: see -in ????
  • -na ????
  • en: see -ina ????

nabab[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nabab ????
  • pt: n nababo
  • en: n nabob (1. [Indian Admin.]; 2. very wealthy person)

Nabuchodonosor[edit | edit source]

  • sub n pr
  • Nabuchodonosor ????
  • pt: npr [Bíblia] Nabucodonosor
  • en: npr [Bib.] Nebuchadnezzar

nacella[edit | edit source]

  • sub

nacrar[edit | edit source]

  • v
  • nacrar ????
  • en: v to face with mother-of-pearl

nacrate[edit | edit source]

  • adj
  • nacrate ????
  • en: adj faced with mother-of-pearl

nacre[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nacre ????
  • en: n mother-of-pearl, nacre
  • ◊ nacrate; nacrar

nadir[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nadir ????
  • pt: n nadir
  • en: n nadir

naga, naja[edit | edit source]

  • sub

nagana[edit | edit source]

  • sub

naiade[edit | edit source]

  • sub

naive[edit | edit source]

  • adj
  • naive (naív) ????
  • pt: adj 1. naïf/naïve (relativo ao estilo de arte); 2. ingénuo/a
  • en: adj naive
  • ◊ naivitate

naivitate[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • naivitate ????
  • pt: n 1. naïf/naïve (arte); 2. ingenuidade
  • en: n naiveness, naiveté

najadaceas[edit | edit source]

  • sub pl

najas[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nam ????
  • pt: conj porque, pois, portanto
  • en: conj for

nam conj[edit | edit source]

Namibia[edit | edit source]

  • sub n pr

namibian[edit | edit source]

  • adj

namibiano[edit | edit source]

  • sub

nana[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nana ????
  • pt: n anã
  • en: n (woman) dwarf

nandu[edit | edit source]

  • sub

nanificar[edit | edit source]

  • v

nanismo[edit | edit source]

  • sub

nano[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nano ????
  • pt: n anão
  • en: n dwarf (1. midget; 2. [Mythol.])
  • ◊ nana

nanobacterio[edit | edit source]

  • sub

nanocephale[edit | edit source]

  • adj

nanocephalia[edit | edit source]

  • sub

nanoelectronica[edit | edit source]

  • sub

nanometro[edit | edit source]

  • sub

nanoplancton[edit | edit source]

  • sub

nanoprocessor[edit | edit source]

  • sub

nanosecunda[edit | edit source]

  • sub

napalm[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • napalm ????
  • pt: n napalm

naphtha[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • naphtha ????
  • pt: n nafta
  • en: n naphtha
  • ◊ naphthalina; naphthol

naphthalene[edit | edit source]

  • sub

naphthalina[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • naphthalina ????
  • pt: n naftalina
  • en: n naphthaline

naphthene[edit | edit source]

  • sub

naphthenic[edit | edit source]

  • adj

naphthol[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • naphthol ????
  • pt: n naftol
  • en: n naphthol

Napoleon[edit | edit source]

  • sub n pr

napoleon[edit | edit source]

  • sub

napoleonic[edit | edit source]

  • adj

Napoli[edit | edit source]

  • sub n pr

napolitan[edit | edit source]

  • adj

napolitano[edit | edit source]

  • sub

nappa[edit | edit source]

  • sub

narceina[edit | edit source]

  • sub

narcissic[edit | edit source]

  • adj

narcissismo[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • narcissismo ????
  • pt: n narcisismo
  • en: n narcissism

narcissista[edit | edit source]

  • adj

narcissista[edit | edit source]

  • sub

narcissistic[edit | edit source]

  • adj

Narcisso[edit | edit source]

  • sub n pr

narcisso[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • narcisso ????
  • pt: n [Bot.] narciso; 3. vaidoso
  • en: n narcissus
  • narcisso poetic poet’s narcissus;
  • narcisso silvestre daffodil
  • ◊ narcissismo
  • Narcisso ????
  • pt: npr [Mitol.] Narciso
  • en: npr [Gr. Mythol.] Narcissus

narcoanalyse (-ysis)[edit | edit source]

  • sub

narcodollar[edit | edit source]

  • sub

narcolepsia[edit | edit source]

  • sub

narcoleptic[edit | edit source]

  • adj

narcoleptico[edit | edit source]

  • sub

narcomane[edit | edit source]

  • adj

narcomania[edit | edit source]

  • sub

narcomano[edit | edit source]

  • sub

narcose (-osis)[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • narcose ????
  • pt: n narcose
  • en: n narcosis
  • ◊ narcotina; narcotismo; narcotic-narcotico; narcotisar-narcotisation
  • narcot- ????
  • en: see narcose ????

narcotherapia[edit | edit source]

  • sub

narcotic[edit | edit source]

  • adj
  • narcotic ????
  • pt: adj narcótico/a
  • en: adj narcotic

narcotico[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • narcotico ????
  • pt: n narcótico
  • en: n narcotic

narcotina[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • narcotina ????
  • pt: n narcotina
  • en: n narcotine

narcotisar[edit | edit source]

  • v
  • narcotisar ????
  • pt: v narcotizar
  • en: v to narcotize

narcotisation[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • narcotisation ????
  • pt: n narcotização
  • en: n narcotization

narcotismo[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • narcotismo ????
  • pt: n narcotismo, narcose
  • en: n narcotism

narcotrafficante[edit | edit source]

  • sub

nardin[edit | edit source]

  • adj
  • nardin ????
  • pt: adj nardino/a
  • en: adj nardine (* of or pertaining to nard)

nardo[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nardo ????
  • pt: n nardo
  • en: n nard, spikenard
  • ◊ nardin; spicanardo etc.

nare[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nare ????
  • pt: n norina, narícula, venta
  • en: n nostril

narghile[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nargile (-lé) ????
  • en: n nargileh, narghile

narrabile[edit | edit source]

  • adj
  • narrabile ????
  • pt: adj narrável

narrar[edit | edit source]

  • v
  • narrar ????
  • pt: v narrar
  • en: v to narrate
  • ◊ narration; narrative; narrator; enarrar

narration[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • narration ????
  • pt: n narração
  • en: n narration; also: narrative

narrative[edit | edit source]

  • adj
  • narrative ????
  • pt: adj narrativo/a
  • en: adj narrative

narrativitate[edit | edit source]

  • sub

narratologia[edit | edit source]

  • sub

narratologic[edit | edit source]

  • adj

narrator[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • narrator ????
  • pt: n narrador
  • en: n narrator

narratori[edit | edit source]

  • adj

narthecio[edit | edit source]

  • sub

narthrex[edit | edit source]

  • sub

narval[edit | edit source]

  • sub

nasal[edit | edit source]

  • adj

nasal[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nasal¹ ????
  • pt: adj [Fonet.] nasal
  • en: adj nasal (1. as in “nasal duct”; 2. [Phonet.]);
  • (littera) nasal nasal (letter)
  • nasal² ????
  • pt: n nasal (parte do elmo destinada a proteger o nariz)
  • en: n nasal (1. nose piece of a helmet; 2. [Phonet.])

nasalisar[edit | edit source]

  • v
  • nasalisar ????
  • pt: v nasalizar
  • en: v to nasalize

nasalisation[edit | edit source]

  • sub

nasalitate[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nasalitate ????
  • pt: n nasalidade
  • en: n nasality, nasal quality

nascente[edit | edit source]

  • adj
  • nascente ????
  • pt: adj nascente
  • en: 1. ppr of nascer  ; 2. adj nascent, dawning, etc.

nascentia[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nascentia ????
  • pt: n nascimento
  • en: n birth (* act or fact of being born);
  • (cec, etc. ) de nascentia (blind, etc.) from birth, born (blind, etc.)

nascer[edit | edit source]

  • v
  • nascer [nasc-/nat- ????
  • pt: v nascer
  • en: v to be born; also: to originate, arise, come into existence;
  • facer nascer to give birth to, cause to be
  • ◊ nascente-nascentia; nascite; native; nate-natal-natalitate, prenatal, cognate, innate, neonate etc.; nonnate etc.; renascer-renascente-renascentia

nascite[edit | edit source]

  • adj
  • nascite ????
  • pt: adj nascido/a (compare: nate)
  • en: 1. pp of nascer  ; 2. adj born, nee;
  • ben nascite wellborn;
  • mal nascite lowborn

nasica[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nasica (-íca) ????
  • pt: n násica
  • en: n proboscis monkey

nasiforme[edit | edit source]

  • adj
  • nasiforme ????
  • en: adj nose-shaped

nasilabie[edit | edit source]

  • adj

naso[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • naso ????
  • pt: n nariz
  • en: n nose;
  • naso aquilin aquiline nose;
  • haber bon naso to have a good nose;
  • mitter le naso in un cosa to poke one’s nose into something;
  • conducer un persona per le naso to lead someone by the nose;
  • non vider multo ultra su naso not to see much beyond one’s nose
  • ◊ nasal-nasalitate, nasalisar; nasica; nasiforme

nasobuccal[edit | edit source]

  • adj

nasolabial[edit | edit source]

  • adj

nasopharynge[edit | edit source]

  • sub

nassa[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nassa ????
  • pt: n nassa

nastic[edit | edit source]

  • adj

nasturtio[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nasturtio ????
  • pt: n [Bot.] agrião, masturço, mastruço (compare: cappucina)
  • en: n [Bot.] nasturtium

nasua[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nat- ????
  • en: see nascer ????

natal[edit | edit source]

  • adj

Natal[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • natal¹
     ????
  • pt: 1. adj natal
  • en: adj native (* connected with one’s birth);
  • die natal natal day, birthday
  • Natal² ????
  • pt: npr Natal (nascimento de Jesus)
  • en: npr Christmas

natalitate[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • natalitate ????
  • pt: n natalidade
  • en: n birth rate

natante[edit | edit source]

  • adj
  • natante ????
  • pt: adj nadante
  • en: 1. ppr of natar  ; 2. adj natant

natar[edit | edit source]

  • v
  • natar ????
  • pt: v nadar
  • en: v 1. to swim; 2. to float
  • ◊ natante; natation; natator; natatori; natatorio

natation[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • natation ????
  • pt: n natação
  • en: n swimming, natation

natator[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • natator ????
  • pt: n nadador
  • en: n swimmer (* one who swims or can swim)

natatori[edit | edit source]

  • adj
  • natatori ????
  • pt: adj natatório/a
  • en: adj natatory, natatorial;
  • vesica natatori swimming or air bladder

natatorio[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • natatorio ????
  • pt: n natatório
  • en: n swimming pool; natatorium

nate[edit | edit source]

  • adj
  • nate ????
  • pt: adj nascido/a (compare: nascite)
  • en: adj born;
  • (esser poeta) nate (to be a) born (poet)

natica[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • natica ????
  • pt: n nádega

naticute[edit | edit source]

  • adj

nation[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nation ????
  • pt: n nação
  • en: n nation;
  • Nationes Unite United Nations
  • ◊ national-nationalismo, nationalista, nationalitate, nationalisar-nationalisation, disnationalisar-disnationalisation, antinational, conational, international-internationalismo, internationalista, internationalitate, internationalisar-internationalisation

national[edit | edit source]

  • adj
  • national ????
  • pt: adj nacional
  • en: adj national

nationalisar[edit | edit source]

  • v
  • nationalisar ????
  • pt: v nacionalizar
  • en: v to nationalize (* to convert into national property)

nationalisation[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nationalisation ????
  • pt: n nacionalização
  • en: n nationalization

nationalismo[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nationalismo ????
  • pt: n nacionalismo
  • en: n nationalism

nationalista[edit | edit source]

  • adj

nationalista[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nationalista ????
  • pt: n nacionalista
  • en: n nationalist; attrib. nationalistic

nationalitate[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nationalitate ????
  • pt: n nacionalidade
  • en: n nationality

nationalsocialismo[edit | edit source]

  • sub

nationalsocialista[edit | edit source]

  • adj

nationalsocialista[edit | edit source]

  • sub

nationalsocialistic[edit | edit source]

  • adj

native[edit | edit source]

  • adj
  • native ????
  • pt: adj nativo/a
  • en: adj native (1. as in “native wit”; 2. native-born)
  • ◊ nativismo; nativista; nativitate; nativo

nativismo[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nativismo ????
  • pt: n nativismo
  • en: n nativism (1. prejudice in favor of natives against foreigners; 2. [Philos.])

nativista[edit | edit source]

  • adj

nativista[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nativista ????
  • pt: n nativista
  • en: n nativist (1. a partisan of nativism in the treatment of foreigners; 2. [Philos.])

nativitate[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nativitate ????
  • pt: n 1. [Ecles.] Natividade;
  • 2. nascimento
  • en: n birth; also: [Eccl.] Nativity

nativo[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nativo ????
  • pt: n nativo
  • en: n native

natrium[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • natrium (ná-) ????
  • pt: n [Quim.] sódio (Na)
  • en: n sodium, natrium

natrix,natrice[edit | edit source]

  • sub

natrolitho[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • natrolitho (-ó-) ????
  • pt: n [Mineral.] natrolito
  • en: n [Mineral.] natrolite

natrometro[edit | edit source]

  • sub

natron[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • natron (ná-) ????
  • pt: n natro, natrão (carbonato de soda natural)
  • en: n natron
  • ◊ natrium; natrolitho etc.

natura[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • natura ????
  • pt: n natureza
  • en: n nature (1. “the nature of a being or person”; 2. the material world and its phenomena);
  • pagar in natura to pay in kind;
  • de natura by nature
  • ◊ natural-naturalismo, naturalista-naturalistic, naturalitate, naturalisar, conatural, innatural, supernatural; denaturar; disnaturar-disnaturante, disnaturation

natural[edit | edit source]

  • adj

natural[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • natural¹ ????
  • pt: n natural
  • en: n disposition, temperament
  • natural² ????
  • pt: adj natural
  • en: adj natural;
  • filio natural natural son;
  • historia natural natural history;
  • lege natural natural law, law of nature

naturalisar[edit | edit source]

  • v
  • naturalisar ????
  • pt: v naturalizar
  • en: v to naturalize (1. “to naturalize a foreigner”; 2. to acclimatize)
  • ◊ naturalisation

naturalisation[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • naturalisation ????
  • pt: n naturalização
  • en: n naturalization

naturalismo[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • naturalismo ????
  • pt: n naturalismo (1. conformidade com a natureza; 2. [Filos.]; 3. [Lit., Arte])
  • en: n naturalism (1. conformity with nature; 2. [Philos.]; 3. [Lit. or Art])

naturalista[edit | edit source]

  • adj

naturalista[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • naturalista ????
  • pt: n naturalista (1. estudante de historia natural; 2. adepto da filosofia do naturalismo)
  • en: n naturalist (1. a student of natural history; 2. an adherent of naturalism in philosophy; 3. a representative of naturalism in art or literature)

naturalistic[edit | edit source]

  • adj
  • naturalistic ????
  • pt: adj naturalistico/a
  • en: adj naturalistic (1. as in
  • “naturalistic principles in art”; 2. [Philos.]; 3. of or pertaining to natural history)

naturalitate[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • naturalitate ????
  • pt: n naturalidade
  • en: n naturalness

naturalmente[edit | edit source]

  • adv
  • naturalmente ????
  • pt: adv naturalmente
  • en: adv naturally (1. in a natural way; 2. by nature; 3. of course)

naturismo[edit | edit source]

  • sub

naturista[edit | edit source]

  • adj

naturista[edit | edit source]

  • sub

naturopathe[edit | edit source]

  • sub

naturopathia[edit | edit source]

  • sub

naturopathic[edit | edit source]

  • adj
  • nau- ????
  • en: n [occurring in compounds] nau- (* ship)
  • ◊ naumachia etc.; naufrage etc.; naufragio etc. ...

naufragar[edit | edit source]

  • v
  • naufragar ????
  • pt: v naufragar
  • en: v to suffer shipwreck

naufrage[edit | edit source]

  • adj
  • naufrage (náu-) ????
  • pt: adj naufrago/a
  • en: adj shipwrecked
  • ◊ naufrago; naufragar

naufragio[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • naufragio ????
  • pt: n naufrágio
  • en: n shipwreck

naufrago[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • naufrago (náu-) ????
  • pt: n naufrago
  • en: n shipwrecked person

naumachia[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • naumachia (-ía) ????
  • pt: n [Rom. Antig.] naumaquia
  • en: n [Rom. Antiq.] naumachy

naupathe[edit | edit source]

  • sub

naupathia[edit | edit source]

  • sub

naupathic[edit | edit source]

  • adj

naupathico[edit | edit source]

  • sub

nauplio[edit | edit source]

  • sub

nausea[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nausea ????
  • pt: n náusea
  • en: n nausea
  • ◊ nauseabunde; nauseose; nausear

nauseabunde[edit | edit source]

  • adj
  • nauseabunde ????
  • pt: adj nauseabundo/a
  • en: adj nauseating, nauseous

nausear[edit | edit source]

  • v
  • nausear ????
  • pt: v nausear
  • en: v to nauseate (* to feel nausea)

nauseose[edit | edit source]

  • adj
  • nauseose ????
  • pt: adj nauseoso/a
  • en: adj nauseous, nauseating

nauta[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nauta ????
  • pt: n nauta
  • en: n mariner, seaman
  • ◊ nautic; nautica; nautilo; aeronauta etc.; Argonauta etc.

nautaphono[edit | edit source]

  • sub

nautic[edit | edit source]

  • adj
  • nautic (náu-) ????
  • pt: adj náutico/a
  • en: adj nautical

nautica[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nautica (náu-) ????
  • pt: n náutica
  • en: n (the art or science of) navigation

nautilo[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nautilo (náu-) ????
  • pt: n nautilo
  • en: n nautilus

navaja[edit | edit source]

  • sub

naval[edit | edit source]

  • adj
  • naval ????
  • pt: adj naval
  • en: adj naval

navarcha[edit | edit source]

  • sub

nave[edit | edit source]

  • sub

nave (de) pilota[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nave ????
  • pt: n 1. navio; 2. [Arquit.] nave
  • en: n 1. ship; 2. [Arch.] nave;
  • nave transversal [Arch.] transept
  • ◊ navetta; naval; navigar; aeronave etc.

navel[edit | edit source]

  • sub

naveschola[edit | edit source]

  • sub

navetta[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • navetta ????
  • pt: n 1. pequeno navio; 2. vaso para incenso
  • en: n 1. little boat; 2. incense boat; 3. shuttle

navicert[edit | edit source]

  • sub

navicula[edit | edit source]

  • sub

navicular[edit | edit source]

  • adj

navigabile[edit | edit source]

  • adj
  • navigabile ????
  • pt: adj navegável
  • en: adj 1. navigable (as in
  • “navigable stream”); 2. seaworthy

navigabilitate[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • navigabilitate ????
  • pt: n navegabilidade
  • en: n 1. navigability; 2. seaworthiness

navigante[edit | edit source]

  • adj

navigar[edit | edit source]

  • v
  • navigar ????
  • pt: v navegar
  • en: v 1. to sail (* to go from one place to another in a ship); 2. to navigate, sail (as in “to navigate or sail the seas”)
  • ◊ navigabile-navigabilitate, innavigabile-innavigabilitate; navigation-navigational; navigator; circumnavigar-circumnavigation; subnavigar; supernavigar

navigation[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • navigation ????
  • pt: n navegação
  • en: n navigation (1. [Naut., Aeronaut.] act or practice of navigating; 2. act or science of navigation)

navigational[edit | edit source]

  • adj
  • navigational ????
  • pt: adj navegacional
  • en: adj navigational

navigator[edit | edit source]

  • adj

navigator[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • navigator ????
  • pt: n navegador
  • en: n navigator (* one who sails the seas)
  • nazar- ????
  • en: see Nazareth ????

nazaren[edit | edit source]

  • adj
  • nazaren ????
  • pt: adj nazareno/a
  • en: adj Nazarene

nazareno[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nazareno ????
  • pt: 1. n nazareno; 2. npr Nazareno (título atribuido a Jesus)
  • en: n Nazarene

Nazareth[edit | edit source]

  • sub n pr
  • Nazareth (ná-) ????
  • pt: npr Nazaré
  • en: npr Nazareth
  • ◊ nazaren-nazareno
  • nazi (-ts-) ????
  • pt: n nazi, nazista
  • en: n Nazi
  • ◊ nazismo; disnazificar-disnazification

nazi {ts}[edit | edit source]

  • sub

nazificar {ts} v[edit | edit source]

nazification {ts}[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nazismo ????
  • pt: n nazismo
  • en: n Nazism

nazismo {ts}[edit | edit source]

  • sub
  • nazista ????
  • pt: sub/adj nazista

nazista {ts}[edit | edit source]

  • sub

nazista {ts} adj[edit | edit source]

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