N.
N,
N.
N,
N added to Greek words ending in a short vowel to lengthen it “by position,” and “l” added to French words beginning with a vowel,
N. H.
nth, or nth plus One,
Nab.
Nab.
Nab-man.
Nabo or Nebo.
Nabob’ (generally called Na’bob).
Nabonassar or Nebo-adon-Assur.
Naboth’s Vineyard.
Nadab,
Na’dir.
Nadir Shah.
Nag.
Nag, Nagging.
Nag’s Head Consecration.
Naga.
Na’glfar.
Nahushtan.
Naiads.
Nail.
Nail (For want of a).
Nail-money.
Nail fixed in the Temple (of Jupiter).
Nail in One’s Coffin.
Nail One’s Colours to the Mast (To).
Nailed.
Nails driven into Cottage Walls.
Nails of the Cross.
Nain Rouge.
Naivete (pron. nah’-eve-ty).
Naked Lady.
Naked Truth.
Nakeer.
Nala,
Na’ma.
Namby Pamby Philips.
Name.
Name.
Name-son.
Name the Day.
Names.
Names of the Puritans.
Nancy.
Nancy of the Vale.
Nankeen.
Nanna.
Nannie,
Nantes (1 syl.).
Nap.
Nap (A),
Naph’tha.
Na’pier’s Bones.
Napoleon III.
Napping.
Nappy Ale.
Nar’aka.
Narcissa,
Narcissus (The).
Nardac.
Narrow House or Home.
Narrowdale Noon (Till).
Narses (2 syl.).
Narwhal.
Naseby (Northamptonshire)
Nasi.
Na’so.
Nasser.
Na’strond [dead-man’s region].
Nathan’iel (Sir).
Nation of Gentlemen.
Nation of Shopkeepers.
National Anthem.
National Anthems.
National Colours.
National Convention.
National Debt.
National Exhibition.
National Workshops.
Native.
Nativity (The)
Natty.
Natty Bumppo,
Natural (A).
Nature.
Naught (not “nought”).
Naught,
Naughty Figs (Jeremiah xxiv. 2).
Navigation.
Navvy.
Nay-word.
Nayres (1 syl.).
Nazaræans or Nazarenes (3 syl.).
Nazare’ne (3 syl.).
Nazareth.
Nazarite (3 syl.).
Ne plus Ultra (Latin).
Ne Sutor, etc.
Neæra.
Neapol’itan.
Near,
Near Side and Off Side.
Neat as a Bandbox.
Neat as a Pin, or Neat as a New Pin.
Neat as Wax.
Nebo,
Nebraska, U.S.
Nebuchadnezzar.
Neb’uchadnez’zar.
Necessity.
Neck.
Neck-verse (Psalm li. 1).
Neck-weed.
Neck and Crop.
Neck and Heels.
Neck and Neck.
Neck or Nothing.
Necked.
Necklace.
Nec’romancy
Nec’tar.
Neddy (a man’s name).
Need Makes the old Wife Trot.
Needs must when the Devil Drives.
Needfire.
Needful (The).
Needham.
Needle.
Negative Pregnant (A).
Ne’gro.
Negro Offspring.
Negro’ni.
Ne’gus.
Nehalle’nia.
Nehushtan (2 Kings xviii. 4).
Neiges d’Antan (The).
Neken.
Neksheb.
Nell’s Point,
Nem. Con.
Nem. Diss.
Nem’ean Games (The).
Nem’ean Lion (The).
Nem’esis.
Nemo Me Impune Lacessit.
Neol’ogy.
Ne’optol’emos or Pyrrhos.
Nepen’the (3 syl.) or Nepen’ths,
Neper’s Bones.
Neph’elo-coccyg’ia.
Nephew (French neveu, Latin nepos).
Nep’omuk.
Nep’otism.
Nep’tune (2 syl.).
Neptune’s Horse.
Neptu’nian or Nep’tunist.
Ne’reids (2 syl.).
Ne’reus (2 syl.)
Neri’ne (3 syl.).
Neris’sa.
Ne’ro.
Nero of the North.
Nero’s Friend.
Nesr.
Nesrem.
Nessus.
Nest.
Nest-egg (A).
Nestor.
Nesto’rians.
Neth’inim.
Nettle.
Nettles.
Nettoyer (French).
Never.
Never Say Die.
Nevers.
New Brooms sweep Clean.
New Christians.
New Jerusalem.
New Man.
New Style.
New Testament.
New World.
New Year’s Day.
New Year’s Gifts.
News.
Newcastle (Northumberland)
Newcastle Programme.
Newcome (Colonel).
Newcomes.
Newgate.
Newgate Fashion.
Newgate Fringe.
Newgate Knocker (A).
Newland.
Newton (Sir Isaac)
Newton’ian Philosophy.
Next Door to… .
Next to Nothing.
Ni’belung.
Nibelungen Hoard.
Nibelungen-Lied.
Nibelungen-Nôt.
Nibelungers.
Nic Frog.
Nice.
Nice as Ninepence.
Nice’an Barks or Nycean Barks.
Nicene Creed.
Niche.
Nicholas (St.).
Nick,
Nicka-Nan Night.
Nickar or Hnickar.
Nickel Silver.
Nicker.
Nick’leby (Mrs.).
Nickname.
Nicknames.
Nick’nev’en.
Nicodemused into Nothing,
Nicola’itans.
Nic’olas.
Nicor (A).
Nic’otine (3 syl.)
Nidhögg.
Niece.
Nifiheim (2 syl., mist-home).
Night.
Nightcap (A).
Nightingale.
Nightmare (A).
Nihilists.
Ni’hilo.
Nil Admira’ri.
Nil Desperandum.
Nile.
Nil’ica or Sephal’ica.
Nimble as a Cat on a hot Bakestone.
Nimble as Ninepence.
Nimbus
Nim’ini Pim’ini.
Nimrod.
Nincompoop.
Nine.
Nine.
Nine.
Nine Crosses.
Nine Crowns.
Nine Days’ Wonder (A).
Nine Gods (The).
Nine Points of the Law.
Nine Spheres (The).
Nine Worthies.
Ninepence.
Nin’ian (St.).
Ninon de l’Enclos,
Ni’nus.
Niobe (3 syl.).
Niord.
Nip (A).
Nip in the Bud.
Nip-cheese or Nip-farthing.
Nipperkin (A).
Nirva’na.
Nishapoor and Tous.
Nisi Prius.
Nis’roch.
Nit.
Nitouche (St.)
Nix (mas.), Nixie (fem.).
Nixon.
Nizam’.
Njörd.
No Man is a Hero to his own Valet.
No More Poles.
No-Popery Riots.
Noah’s Ark (Genesis vi. 15)
Noah’s Ark.
Noah’s Wife [Noraida],
Noakes (John) or John o’ Noakes.
Nob (The).
Nob of the First Water (A).
Nobs and Snobs.
Noble.
Noble Soul.
Noblesse Oblige (French).
Noctes Ambrosia’næ.
Noc’tuas Athe’nas Ferre.
Nod.
Nod (The Land of)
Noddy.
Nodel.
Noël.
Noko’mîs.
No’lens Vo’lens.
Noli me Tan’gere.
Noll.
Nolle Pros’equi [Don’t prosecute]
No’lo Episcopa’ri. [I am unwilling to accept the office of bishop.]
Nom.
Nom’ads.
Nom’inalists.
Non Angli sed Angeli, si forent Christiani.
Non Bis in Idem (Latin).
Non-Com. (A).
Non Compos Mentis or Non Com.
Non Con.
Non Est.
Non mi Recordo,
Non Plus (“no more” can be said on the subject).
Non Pros.
Non Sequitur (A).
Nonce.
Nonconformists.
Nones (1 syl.),
Nonjurors.
Nonne Prestes Tale.
Nor.
Norfolk.
Norfolk-Howards.
Norfolk Street (Strand),
Norma.
Normandy.
Norna.
Norna of the Fitful Head.
Nornir or Norns.
Norris’ian Professor.
Norroy.
Norte.
North (Christopher).
North.
North-east Passage (The).
North Side of the Altar (The).
North Side of a Churchyard.
Northamptonshire Poet.
Northern Bear.
Northern Gate of the Sun.
Northern Lights.
Northern Wagoner (The).
Norval.
Norway (Maid of).
Nose.
Nose-bag (A).
Nose Literature.
Nose Tax (The).
Nose of Wax (A).
Nose Out of Joint.
Nosey.
Nos’not-Bo’cai [Bo’-ky].
Nostrada’mus (Michael).
Nostrum
Not,
Not at Home.
Not Worth a Rap.
Not Worth a Rush.
Not Worth a Straw.
Not Worth Your Salt.
Not’ables (in French history).
Notarica.
Notary Public.
Notation or Notes.
Notch.
Note of Hand (A).
Nothing.
Notori’ety.
Nottingham (Saxon, Snotingaham, place of caves).
Nottingham Lambs.
Nourmahal’.
Nous (1 syl.).
Nous Avons Changé Tout Cela.
Nova’tians.
November 17.
Novum Or’ganum.
Now-a-days.
Now-now.
No’wheres (2 syl.).
Noyades (2 syl.).
Nucta,
Nude.
Nugget of Gold.
Nulla Linea.
Nulli Secun’dus Club.
Nu’ma.
Numan’cia.
Number Nip.
Number One.
Number of the Beast.
Numbers (from 1 to 13),
Numbers.
Numbers.
Numbers.
Numbers.
Numerals.
Numero.
Numid’icus.
Nunation.
Nunc Dimittis.
Nunc Stans.
Nuncu’pative Will.
Nunky pay for all.
Nuremberg Eggs.
Nurr and Spell
Nurse an Omnibus (To)
Nurseries.
Nursery Tales.
Nut.
Nuts of May.
Nuts.
Nut-brown Maid.
Nutcrack Night.
Nutcrackers.
Nutshell.
Nym (Corporal).
Ny’se (2 syl.).

 
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