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noModificar

  • pt: adv não
  • en: adv no;
  • no! no!

no interjModificar

NobelModificar

  • sub n pr

nobeliumModificar

  • sub
  • nobelium ????
  • pt: n [Quim.] nobélio (No)

nobileModificar

  • adj

nobileModificar

  • sub
  • nobile¹ ????
  • pt: adj nobre
  • en: adj noble (1. “noble in rank, title or birth”; 2. “noble in character”)
  • ◊ nobilitate; ignobile; innobilir-innobilimento; nobile²-nobiliari
  • nobile² </b>
     ????
  • pt: n nobre
  • en: n nobleman, noblewoman, noble
  • nobilemente ????
  • pt: adv nobremente

nobiliariModificar

  • adj
  • nobiliari ????
  • pt: adj nobiliário/a
  • en: adj nobiliary

nobiliarioModificar

  • sub

nobilitateModificar

  • sub
  • nobilitate ????
  • pt: n nobreza
  • en: n nobility (1. “nobility of birth, rank, mind, character, etc.”; 2. body of nobles in a country)

noblesse obligeModificar

  • noblesse oblige [F ????
  • pt: noblesse oblige [F]
  • en: noblesse oblige

nocenteModificar

  • adj
  • nocente ????
  • pt: adj nocivo
  • en: adj harmful

nocer (a)Modificar

  • v
  • nocer ????
  • pt: v lesar, danificar
  • en: v to harm, hurt;
  • nocer a (un persona, un cosa) to be harmful, hurtful, to (a person, a thing)
  • ◊ nocente-imnocente; nocive; nocue-innocue-innocuitate

nociceptiveModificar

  • adj

nociceptorModificar

  • sub

nociveModificar

  • adj
  • nocive ????
  • pt: adj nocivo/a (compare: nocue)
  • en: adj harmful, hurtful

nocivitateModificar

  • sub

noctambuleModificar

  • adj
  • noctambule ????
  • pt: adj noctâmbulo/a
  • en: adj noctambulous; somnambulistic
  • ◊ noctambulismo

noctambulismoModificar

  • sub
  • noctambulismo ????
  • pt: n noctambulismo
  • en: n somnambulism, noctambulism

noctambuloModificar

  • sub

noctataModificar

  • sub
  • noctata ????
  • pt: n noitada
  • en: n night, whole night, night’s time

nocteModificar

  • sub
  • nocte ????
  • pt: n noite;
  • bon nocte! boa noite!
  • en: n night;
  • de nocte by night;
  • bon nocte! good night!
  • asylo de nocte flophouse, night shelter;
  • iste nocte tonight
  • ◊ noctata; noctula; nocturne-nocturno; annoctar; pernoctar-pernoctation; noctambule etc.; medienocte etc.; equinoctio etc.

noctiflorModificar

  • adj

noctilucaModificar

  • sub

noctiluceModificar

  • adj

noctivageModificar

  • adj
  • noctivage (-tí-) ????
  • pt: adj noctívago/a
  • en: adj noctivagous, noctivagant

noctuellaModificar

  • sub

noctulaModificar

  • sub
  • noctula ????
  • en: n [Zool.] noctule

nocturneModificar

  • adj
  • nocturne ????
  • pt: adj nocturno/a
  • en: adj nocturnal

nocturnoModificar

  • sub
  • nocturno ????
  • pt: n 1. [Ecles.] nocturno; 2. [Mus.] nocturno
  • en: n 1. [Eccl.] nocturn; 2. [Mus.] nocturne

nocueModificar

  • adj
  • nocue ????
  • pt: adj nocivo/a (compare: nocive)
  • en: adj noxious, hurtful

nocuitateModificar

  • sub

nodalModificar

  • adj
  • nodal ????
  • pt: adj nodal

nodarModificar

  • v
  • nodar ????
  • pt: v enodar, atar
  • en: v to knot

nodicauleModificar

  • adj

nodiflorModificar

  • adj

nodoModificar

  • sub
  • nodo ????
  • pt: n
  • en: n I. knot (1. “knot in a rope, cord, etc.”; 2. [Naut.]; 3. node; 4. crux, nodus); II. bow (knot); also: loop; III. [Astron.] node; IV. knuckle;
  • nodo gordian Gordian knot
  • ◊ nodulo; nodose-nodositate, disnodose; nodar-disnodar; internodio

nodoseModificar

  • adj
  • nodose ????
  • pt: adj nodoso/a
  • en: adj knotty, gnarled

nodositateModificar

  • sub
  • nodositate ????
  • pt: n nodosidade
  • en: n nodosity (1. knottiness;
  • 2. knotty swelling or protuberance)

nodularModificar

  • adj
  • nodular ????
  • pt: adj nodular
  • en: adj nodular

noduloModificar

  • sub
  • nodulo ????
  • pt: n nódulo
  • en: n nodule
  • ◊ nodular

noduloseModificar

  • adj

NoeModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Noe (-é) ????
  • pt: npr Noé
  • en: npr Noah

noemaModificar

  • sub

noematicModificar

  • adj

noesisModificar

  • sub

noeticModificar

  • adj

noeticaModificar

  • sub
  • noi ????
  • pt: pron nós
  • en: pron we, us
    (* nos )

nolens volensModificar

  • nolens volens [L ????
  • pt: nolens volens [L]
  • en: nolens volens , willy-nilly

nolenteModificar

  • adj

nolenteModificar

  • adv
  • nolente ????
  • pt: adj (que não quer)
  • en: 1. adj unwilling; 2. adv unwillingly, against one’s will

noli me tangereModificar

  • sub
  • noli me tangere [L ????
  • pt: noli me tangere [L]
  • en: noli me tangere
  • -nom-¹ ????
  • en: [occurring in derivatives and compounds] -nom- (1. distributing, apportioning; 2. ruling, managing; 3. dwelling)
  • ◊ autonome; astronomo etc.; economo etc.; agronomo etc.; taxinomia etc.; gastronome etc.
  • -nom-² ????
  • en: see also nomine ????

nomaModificar

  • sub

nomadeModificar

  • adj

nomadeModificar

  • sub
  • nomade¹ (nó-) ????
  • <b>pt: adj nómade/nómada
  • en: adj nomad, nomadic
  • ◊ nomadismo
  • nomade² (nó-) ????
  • pt: n nómade/nómada
  • en: n nomad

nomadismoModificar

  • sub
  • nomadismo ????
  • pt: n nomadismo
  • en: n nomadism

noman's landModificar

  • sub
  • nomen- ????
  • en: see nomine ????

nomenclarModificar

  • v
  • nomenclar ????
  • <b>pt: v nomenclar
  • en: v to compile the nomenclature of
  • ◊ nomenclator; nomenclatura

nomenclatorModificar

  • sub
  • nomenclator ????
  • pt: n nomenclador
  • en: n nomenclator (1. [Rom. Antiq.]; 2. one concerned with the nomenclature of a subject)

nomenclaturaModificar

  • sub
  • nomenclatura ????
  • pt: n nomenclatura
  • en: n nomenclature (* system of names used in classifications)

nomicModificar

  • adj
  • nomic ????
  • en: adj nomic (* customary, conventional);
  • orthographia nomic nomic spelling

nominalModificar

  • adj
  • nominal ????
  • pt: adj nominal
  • en: adj nominal (1. pertaining to a name or names; 2. existing in name only; 3. [Gram.] pertaining to a noun or nouns);
  • appello nominal roll call;
  • votar per appello nominal to vote by roll call;
  • valor nominal nominal value, face value

nominalismoModificar

  • sub
  • nominalismo ????
  • pt: n [Filos.] nominalismo
  • en: n [Philos.] nominalism

nominalistaModificar

  • adj

nominalistaModificar

  • sub
  • nominalista ????
  • pt: n [Filos.] nominalista
  • en: n [Philos.] nominalist

nominalisticModificar

  • adj

nominarModificar

  • v
  • nominar ????
  • pt: v nomear
  • en: v 1. to name, call; 2. to nominate (* to appoint)

nominationModificar

  • sub
  • nomination ????
  • pt: n nominação
  • en: n nomination, appointment

nominativeModificar

  • adj
  • nominative ????
  • pt: adj nominativo/a
  • en: adj nominative (1. bearing the name of a person; 2. [Gram.]);
  • titulos nominative nominative shares

nominativitateModificar

  • sub

nominativoModificar

  • sub
  • nominativo ????
  • pt: n [Gram.] nominativo
  • en: n [Gram.] nominative

nominatorModificar

  • sub
  • nominator ????
  • pt: n nomeador
  • en: n nominator (* one who nominates)

nomineModificar

  • sub
  • nomine ????
  • pt: n nome
  • en: n 1. name; 2. noun;
  • in nomine de In the name of, on behalf of
  • ◊ nominal-nominalismo, nominalista, nominar-innominabile, nomination, nominative-nominativo, nominator, innominate, si-nominate etc., denominar, renominar; prenomine; pronomine; supernomine; nomenclar etc.; plurinominal etc.; multinomie etc.; binomie etc.

nomismoModificar

  • sub
  • nomo- ????
  • en: n [occurring in derivatives and compounds] nomo- (* law)
  • ◊ nomic; antinomia-antinomic; antinomio-antinomismo; nomocratia etc.; nomologia etc.: Deuteronomio etc.; metronomo etc.

nomocratiaModificar

  • sub
  • nomocratia (-ía) ????
  • en: n nomocracy

nomogrammaModificar

  • sub

nomographiaModificar

  • sub

nomographicModificar

  • adj

nomographoModificar

  • sub

nomologiaModificar

  • sub
  • nomologia (-ía) ????
  • pt: n nomologia
  • en: n nomology

nomologicModificar

  • adj

nomotheticModificar

  • adj

nomothetoModificar

  • sub

nonModificar

  • adv

nonModificar

  • sub
  • non ????
  • pt: adv não
  • en: adv 1. not; 2. no;
  • non! no!;
  • si non 1. if not; 2. except, unless it be
  • ◊ nonne etc. [nonnulle] etc.; [sinon] etc.; non-me-oblida etc.
  • non- ????
  • pt: prefixo [usado com substantivos e adjectivos] (1. não ...; 2. falta de... ) compare: nonsenso etc.; nonobstante etc.; nonconformista etc.
  • en: prefixo [used with nouns and adjectives] non- (1. not ...; 2. lack of ...; failure to ... )
  • ◊ nonsenso etc.; nonobstante etc.; nonconformista etc.

non plus ultraModificar

  • sub
  • non plus ultra [L ????
  • pt: non plus ultra [L]
  • en: non plus ultra

non-activitateModificar

  • sub

nonagenariModificar

  • adj
  • nonagenari ????
  • pt: adj nonagenário/a
  • en: adj nonagenarian

nonagenarioModificar

  • sub

nonagesime num ordModificar

non-aggressionModificar

  • sub

nonagonoModificar

  • sub

nonagriaModificar

  • sub

non-alineamentoModificar

  • sub

non-alineateModificar

  • adj

non-aquoseModificar

  • adj

nonasModificar

  • sub pl
  • nonas ????
  • pt: n pl nonas (1. [Rom. Antig.] o nono dia antes dos idos, no antigo calendário romano;
  • 2. [Ecles.])
  • en: npl nones (1. [Rom. Antiq.];
  • 2. [Eccl.])

non-belligerenteModificar

  • adj

non-belligerenteModificar

  • sub

non-belligerentiaModificar

  • sub

nonchalanceModificar

  • sub
  • nonchalance [F ????
  • pt: n nonchalance [F] (indiferença)
  • en: n nonchalance

nonchalantModificar

  • adj
  • nonchalant [F ????
  • pt: adj nonchalant [F] (indiferente)
  • en: adj nonchalant

non-combattenteModificar

  • adj

non-combattenteModificar

  • sub

non-commutativitateModificar

  • sub

non-comparitionModificar

  • sub

non-conformismoModificar

  • sub

non-conformistaModificar

  • adj

non-conformistaModificar

  • sub
  • nonconformista ????
  • pt: n anti-conformista, não-conformista
  • en: n nonconformist

non-conformisticModificar

  • adj

non-conformitateModificar

  • sub
  • nonconformitate ????
  • pt: n anti-conformidade, não-conformidade
  • en: n nonconformity

non-constructiveModificar

  • adj

non-contradictionModificar

  • sub

non-cooperationModificar

  • sub

non-degradabileModificar

  • adj

non-dimensionalModificar

  • adj

non-discriminationModificar

  • sub

non-disseminationModificar

  • sub
  • nondum (nón-) ????
  • pt: adv ainda não
  • en: adv not yet
  • none ????
  • pt: adj nono/a
  • en: adj ninth;
  • le none parte , le nono the ninth part, the ninth

none numModificar

nonettoModificar

  • sub

non-euclidianModificar

  • adj
  • non-euclidian ????
  • en: adj [Math.] non-Euclidean

non-executionModificar

  • sub

non-existenteModificar

  • adj

non-existentiaModificar

  • sub

non-exoperanteModificar

  • sub

non-ferreeModificar

  • adj

non-ferroseModificar

  • adj

non-fictionModificar

  • sub

non-figurativeModificar

  • adj

non-fumatorModificar

  • sub

non-ingerentiaModificar

  • sub

non-initiatoModificar

  • sub

non-interventionModificar

  • sub

non-interventionistaModificar

  • adj

non-interventionistaModificar

  • sub

noniusModificar

  • sub

non-lethalModificar

  • adj

non-linearModificar

  • adj

non-me-oblidaModificar

  • sub
  • non-me-oblida ????
  • en: n [Bot.] forget-me-not
  • nonnate </b>
     ????
  • pt: adj não-nascido/a
  • en: adj unborn
  • nonne? ????
  • pt: part interr não é assim?
  • en: interr part is it not?;
  • il es ver, nonne? It is true, isn't it?, isn't that so?

nonne? interjModificar

non-negativeModificar

  • adj
  • nonnulle ????
  • en: adj some, several
  • ◊ nonnullo
  • nonnullo ????
  • en: pron some, several

nonoModificar

  • sub
  • nono (le none parte) ????
  • pt: n nono (a nona parte)

nonobstanteModificar

  • adv
  • nonobstante ????
  • pt: 1. prep não obstante
  • en: 1. prep despite, in spite of; 2. adv nevertheless

nonobstante prepModificar

non-pagamentoModificar

  • sub

non-positiveModificar

  • adj

non-proliferationModificar

  • sub

non-recognitionModificar

  • sub

non-residenteModificar

  • adj

non-residenteModificar

  • sub

non-retornoModificar

  • sub

non-salariatoModificar

  • sub

nonsensoModificar

  • sub
  • nonsenso ????
  • pt: n contra-senso
  • en: n nonsense

non-sphericModificar

  • adj

non-stopModificar

  • adj

non-taxabileModificar

  • adj
  • nonu- ????
  • en: see nove² ????

nonuplarModificar

  • v
  • nonuplar ????
  • <b>pt: v nonuplar
  • en: v to multiply by nine

nonupleModificar

  • adj
  • nonuple (nú-) ????
  • pt: adj nonúplo/a
  • en: adj ninefold
  • ◊ nonuplar

nonuploModificar

  • sub

non-verbalModificar

  • adj

non-viabileModificar

  • adj

non-violenteModificar

  • adj

non-violentiaModificar

  • sub

nopalModificar

  • sub

noradrenalinaModificar

  • sub

norbertinoModificar

  • sub

nordModificar

  • adj

nordModificar

  • sub
  • nord ????
  • pt: n norte
  • en: n north;
  • (ir) al nord (to go) north;
  • (vento) del nord north (wind);
  • polo nord North Pole
  • ◊ nordic; nord-est etc.

nord-africanModificar

  • adj

nord-africanoModificar

  • sub

nord-americanModificar

  • adj

nord-americanoModificar

  • sub

nord-coreanModificar

  • adj

nord-coreanoModificar

  • sub

nord-estModificar

  • sub
  • nord-est ????
  • pt: n nordeste
  • en: n northeast

nord-europeeModificar

  • adj

nord-europeoModificar

  • sub

nordicModificar

  • adj
  • nordic ????
  • pt: adj nórdico/a
  • en: adj Nordic

nord-vietnameseModificar

  • adj

nord-vietnameseModificar

  • sub

nord-westModificar

  • sub
  • nord-west ????
  • pt: n noroeste
  • en: n northwest

noriaModificar

  • sub

noricModificar

  • adj

normaModificar

  • sub
  • norma ????
  • pt: n norma, regra
  • en: n norm
  • ◊ normal-normalitate, normalisar, anormal-anormalitate; normar-normative; enorme

normalModificar

  • adj

normalModificar

  • sub
  • normal¹ ????
  • pt: adj normal
  • en: adj normal (1. at right angles, perpendicular; 2. conforming to a norm);
  • schola normal teacher’s college, normal school
  • normal² ????
  • pt: n normal
  • en: n [Geom.] normal

normalisabileModificar

  • adj

normalisarModificar

  • v
  • normalisar ????
  • pt: v normalizar (compare: normar)
  • en: v to normalize

normalisationModificar

  • sub

normalisatorModificar

  • sub

normalitateModificar

  • sub
  • normalitate ????
  • pt: n normalidade
  • en: n normality, normalcy

normandeModificar

  • adj

NormandiaModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Normandia (-ía) ????
  • pt: npr Normandia
  • en: npr Normandy

normandisarModificar

  • v

normandoModificar

  • sub

normanneModificar

  • adj
  • normanne ????
  • pt: adj normando/a
  • en: adj Norman;
  • Insulas Normanne Channel Islands, Norman Isles

normannoModificar

  • sub
  • normanno ????
  • pt: n 1. [Hist.] normando; 2. habitante da Normandia)
  • en: n I. [Hist.] Northman, Norseman; II. Norman (1. Norse invaders of France, Italy, etc.; 2. inhabitant of Normandy)
  • ◊ normanne

normarModificar

  • v
  • normar ????
  • pt: v normalizar (compare: normalisar)
  • en: v to make conformable to a norm, normalize

normativeModificar

  • adj
  • normative ????
  • pt: adj normativa
  • en: adj normative

normativitateModificar

  • sub

normographoModificar

  • sub

nortonModificar

  • adj

NorvegaModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Norvega ????
  • pt: npr Noruega
  • en: npr Norway
  • ◊ norvegian-norvegiano

NorvegiaModificar

  • sub n pr

norvegianModificar

  • adj
  • norvegian ????
  • pt: adj norueguês/esa
  • en: adj Norwegian

norvegianoModificar

  • sub
  • norvegiano ????
  • pt: n norueguês (1. nativo ou habitante da Noruega; 2. língua norueguesa)
  • en: n Norwegian (1. native or inhabitant of Norway; 2. Norwegian language)

nosModificar

  • nos ????
  • pt: pron pess nós, nos (forma átona do pron. pess. nós que desempenha a função de complemento)
  • en: pron I. pers 1. we;
  • 2. us; II. refl ourselves
  • nosc- [nosc-/not-;-gnosc-/-gnit- ????
  • en: v [occurring in derivatives and compounds]
  • ◊ cognoscer; notion; notori; note-notitia, notificar

nosocomialModificar

  • adj

nosographiaModificar

  • sub

nosographicModificar

  • adj

nosologiaModificar

  • sub

nosologicModificar

  • adj

nosophobeModificar

  • adj

nosophobiaModificar

  • sub

nostalgiaModificar

  • sub
  • nostalgia (-ía) ????
  • pt: n nostalgia, melancolia, saudade
  • en: n nostalgia, homesickness
  • ◊ nostalgic

nostalgicModificar

  • adj
  • nostalgic ????
  • pt: adj nostálgico/a
  • en: adj nostalgic; also: homesick
  • nosto- ????
  • en: n [occurring in derivatives and compounds] nosto-, nost- (* return home)
  • ◊ nostalgia etc. </p>

nostocModificar

  • sub

nostre pron adjecModificar

  • nostre ????
  • pt: pron poss nosso/a
  • en: adj poss our; pron poss ours
  • not- ????
  • en: see nosc- ????

notaModificar

  • sub
  • nota ????
  • <b>pt: n nota (1. apontamento para fazer lembrar; 2. sinal com que se marca alguma coisa digna de atenção; 3. comentário, observação, apreciação; 4. papel representativo de moeda; 5. anotação, rascunho; 6. sinal de música para representar o som e a sua duração; 7. timbre, voz; 8. registo ou serviço de notariado; 9. comunicação escrita e oficial entre ministros de diferentes países; 10. indicação do valor da classificação escolar ou do comportamento de um estudante)
  • en: n I. note (1. as in “to take notes of a lecture”; 2. annotation; also: footnote; 3. [Dipl.];
  • 4. [Mus.]); II. [School] mark, grade; III. bill, account;
  • nota (de banca) banknote;
  • de nota of note;
  • prender nota de to make a note of
  • ◊ notario; notar

nota beneModificar

notabilatoModificar

  • sub

notabileModificar

  • adj
  • notabile ????
  • pt: adj notável
  • en: adj notable

notabilesModificar

  • sub pl

notabilitateModificar

  • sub
  • notabilitate ????
  • pt: n notabilidade
  • en: n notability (1. quality of being notable; 2. prominent person, notable)

notacantheModificar

  • adj
  • notacanthe ????
  • en: adj [Zool.] notacanthous, spiny-backed
  • ◊ notacantho

notacanthoModificar

  • sub
  • notacantho ????
  • en: n Notacanthus

notalModificar

  • adj
  • notal ????
  • pt: adj [Zool.] notal, dorsal
  • en: adj [Zool.] notal, dorsal

notarModificar

  • v
  • notar ????
  • pt: v notar
  • en: v 1. to note (* to write down a note or notes of); 2. to notice, note
  • ◊ notation; notabile-notabilitate; annotar; denotar

notarialModificar

  • adj
  • notarial ????
  • pt: adj notarial
  • en: adj notarial

notariatoModificar

  • sub
  • notariato ????
  • pt: n notariado
  • en: n profession of a notary

notarioModificar

  • sub
  • notario ????
  • pt: n notário
  • en: n notary
  • ◊ notarial; notariato; protonotario etc.

notationModificar

  • sub
  • notation ????
  • pt: n notação
  • en: n notation; special: [Mus.; Chem.]

noteModificar

  • adj
  • note ????
  • pt: adj noto/a, conhecido/a
  • en: adj known

notebookModificar

  • sub
  • noticia ????
  • pt: n notícia
  • en: n notice (1. observation, cognizance, etc.; 2. information or communication imparting knowledge)

notificarModificar

  • v
  • notificar ????
  • pt: v notificar
  • en: v to notify
  • ◊ notification; notificator

notificationModificar

  • sub
  • notification ????
  • pt: n notificação
  • en: n notification

notificativeModificar

notificatorModificar

  • sub
  • notificator ????
  • pt: n notificador
  • en: n notifier

notionModificar

  • sub
  • notion ????
  • pt: n noção (conceito, ideia)
  • en: n notion (* concept, idea);
  • notiones smattering, general idea
  • ◊ notional

notionalModificar

  • adj
  • notional ????
  • pt: adj nocional
  • en: adj notional, conceptual

notitiaModificar

  • sub
  • notitia ????
  • pt: n notícia
  • en: n notice (1. observation, cognizance, etc.; 2. information or communication imparting knowledge)
  • notitiario, noticiario ????
  • pt: n noticiário

notoModificar

  • sub
  • noto ????
  • pt: n [Zool.] noto (face dorsal do corpo dos artrópodes)
  • en: n [Zool.] notum, back; specif.: back of the thorax of an insect
  • ◊ notal; notacanthe etc.; notochordo etc.; notonecta etc.; gymnoto etc.

notochordoModificar

  • sub
  • notochordo ????
  • pt: n [Zool.] notocórdio
  • en: n [Zool.] notochord

notonectaModificar

  • sub
  • notonecta ????
  • en: n [Zool.] Notonecta, back swimmer

notonectalModificar

  • adj

notoriModificar

  • adj
  • notori ????
  • pt: adj notório/a
  • en: adj notorious (* publicly or commonly known)
  • ◊ notorietate

notorietateModificar

  • sub
  • notorietate ????
  • pt: n notoriedade
  • en: n notoriety (* character of what is publicly or commonly known)

nougatModificar

  • sub

noumenalModificar

  • adj

noumenoModificar

  • sub

novaModificar

  • sub
  • nova ????
  • pt: n nova (notícia);
  • novas novas (notícias)
  • en: n piece of news;
  • novas news

Nova ZemblaModificar

  • sub n pr

novalModificar

  • adj
  • noval ????
  • pt: adj [Agr.] noval, arroteia
  • en: adj [Agr.] newly broken
  • novanta ????
  • pt: adj noventa
  • en: adj ninety

novanta numModificar

novantenaModificar

  • sub
  • novantesime (-ésime) ????
  • pt: adj nonagésimo/a
  • en: adj ninetieth;
  • le novantesime parte , le novantesimo the ninetieth part, the ninetieth

novantesime num ordModificar

novantesimoModificar

  • sub
  • novantesimo (le novantesime parte) ????
  • pt: n nonagésimo (a nonagésima parte)

novarModificar

  • v
  • novar ????
  • en: v [Law] to novate

novationModificar

  • sub
  • novation ????
  • pt: n [Lei] inovação
  • en: n [Law] novation

novatorModificar

  • sub
  • novator ????
  • pt: n inovador
  • en: n innovator

noveModificar

  • adj
  • Nove Guinea (ginéa) ????
  • pt: npr Nova Guiné
  • en: npr New Guinea

Nove OrleansModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Nove Orleans ????
  • pt: npr Nova Orleães
  • en: npr New Orleans
  • Nove York ????
  • pt: npr Nova York
  • en: npr New York

Nove ZelandaModificar

  • sub n pr

Nove ZelandaModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Nove Zelanda </b>
     ????
  • pt: npr Nova Zelândia
  • en: npr New Zealand
  • nove¹ ????
  • pt: adj novo/a
  • en: adj new (1. not existing before; 2. not yet used or worn);
  • de nove again, anew, afresh;
  • le nove mundo the New World;
  • le Nove Testamento the New Testament
  • ◊ noval; novicio; novitate; novelle; novar-novation, novator, innovar; renovar; novilunio etc.; Nove York etc.; nova
  • nove² ????
  • pt: adj nove (compare: novem)
  • en: adj nine
  • ◊ novena; novanta-novantesime; novesime; none-nonagenari, nonuple etc., nonas; dece-nove etc.

Nove-CaledoniaModificar

  • sub n pr

NoveGuineaModificar

  • sub n pr

novellaModificar

  • sub
  • novella ????
  • pt: n novela
  • en: n 1. novelette, short story; 2. [Rom. Law] novel
  • ◊ novellista

novelleModificar

  • adj
  • novelle ????
  • pt: adj novo/a
  • en: adj new, novel
  • ◊ novellitate; novella

novellistaModificar

  • sub
  • novellista ????
  • pt: n novelista
  • en: n novelette writer, short-story writer

novellitateModificar

  • sub
  • novellitate ????
  • pt: n novidade
  • en: n newness, novelty
  • novem ????
  • pt: adj nove
  • en: see
  • nove² ????

novem numModificar

novembreModificar

  • sub
  • novembre ????
  • <b>pt: n Novembro
  • en: n November

novemlobateModificar

  • adj

novemnervateModificar

  • adj

novenaModificar

  • sub
  • novena ????
  • pt: n [Ecles.] novena
  • en: n [Eccl.] novena
  • novesime (-ésime) ????
  • pt: adj nono/a
  • en: adj ninth

novesime numModificar

novesimoModificar

  • sub

NoveYorkModificar

  • sub n pr

NovialModificar

  • sub
  • novial [Nov. ????
  • pt: n Novial
  • en: n Novial
  • ◊ novialista

novialistaModificar

  • sub
  • novialista ????
  • pt: n Novialista
  • en: n Novialist

noviciaModificar

  • sub

noviciatoModificar

  • sub
  • noviciato ????
  • pt: n noviciado
  • en: n novitiate

novicioModificar

  • sub
  • novicio ????
  • pt: n noviço, iniciado
  • en: n novice (1. [Eccl.]; 2. beginner); attrib. inexperienced, new
  • ◊ noviciato

novilunarModificar

  • adj

novilunioModificar

  • sub
  • novilunio ????
  • pt: n novilúnio, nova lua
  • en: n new moon (“phase or period of new moon”)

novitateModificar

  • sub
  • novitate ????
  • pt: n novidade
  • en: n 1. newness, novelty; 2. novelty (* new or novel thing)

novoModificar

novocainaModificar

  • sub

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