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EnglishLatin
nakednudus
namenomen {n}
namevocamen {n}
nanotechnologynanotechnologia {f} [rec.]
napkinmappa {f}
narrationexpositio {f}
narratormemorator {m}
narrator [female]memoratrix {f}
nationnatio {f}
nativenostras
naturalnaturalis
natural deathnex {f}
naturenatura {f}
naturing naturenatura {f} naturans [Spinoza]
nauseanausea {f}
nearpropinquus
neatmundus
necessarynecessarius
necessitynecessitas {f}
necessitynecessitudo {f}
neckcervix {f}
neckcollum {n}
neckcollus {m}
necklacecamus {m}
necklacemonile {n}
to needegere [2]
neednecessitas {f}
needleacus {f}
negativeinfitialis
negatoryinfitialis
negligenceneglegentia {f}
negotiatorpactor {m}
neighbor [Am.]accola {m} {f}
neighbor [Am.]vicinus {m}
neighboringaffinis
neighboring [Am.]vicinus
neighbour [Br.]vicinus {m}
neighbouring [Br.]vicinus
NemesisNemesis {f}
nephewfilius {m} fratris
nephewfilius {m} sororis
NereusNereus {m}
nervous systemsystema {n} nervosum
nevernumquam
newnovicius
newnovus
newnessnovitas {f}
newspaperacta {n.pl} diurna
next toapud
next toiuxta
next tosecus
nicheangulus {m}
niecefilia {f} fratris
niecefilia {f} sororis
nightnox {f}
to nill [archaic]nolle [irreg.]
ninenovem [indecl.]
nine timesnoviens
nine timesnovies
nineteendecem novem [indekl.]
nineteenundeviginti [indecl.]
ninetynonaginta
nonullus
no onenemo
to no purposefrustra
nobilitynobilitas {f}
noblealtus
nobleprobus
noblepulcer
noblepulcher
nobodynemo
nocturnalnocturnus
noisy talkdeclamatio {f}
nominationnominatio {f}
nonsensicalabsurdus
noonmeridies {m}
normnorma {f}
normalsolitus
northwestercaurus {m}
northwestercorus {m}
nose [Nasus]nasus {m}
notnon
not long agonuper
Not under man, but under God and the lawNon sub homine, sed sub Deo et lege
to not wantnolle [irreg.]
notationnotatio {f}
to noticeamimadvertere [3]
noticeablenotabilis
nourishmentnutrimen {n}
nourishmentnutrimentum {n}
nourishment [food]alimentum {n}
noveltynovitas {f}
NovemberNovember {m}
nownunc
nowadayshis temporibus
noxiousnoxiosus
nuclear bombbomba {f} atomica [rec.]
nuclear devicebomba {f} atomica [rec.]
nuclear power plant [Am.]electrificina {f} nuclearis [rec.]
nuclear power reactorelectrificina {f} nuclearis [rec.]
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