Spanish words starting with N:

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ÑThe 15th letter of the Spanish alphabet{letter}
ñThe 15th letter of the Spanish and Filipino alphabet{letter}
ñañitabrat, spoiled, coddled, sometimes a term of endearment{f} [Chile]
ñam ñam ñamnom nom nom{interj}
ñameyam{m}
ñandúAmerican ostrich, rhea{m}
ñangoalternative form of ñengo{adj}
ñapaSomething that is added, especially something that a merchant gives to a buyer to complete the amount requested, or something extra given as a bonus; a gratuity, lagniappe{f}
ñaumeow, miaow{interj}
ñeflea penis, dick{m} [vulgar, Chile]
ñematip of the penis, glans{f} [Costa Rica]
ñengosickly, stunted, weak{adj} [colloquial, Mexico]
ñewmew, meow, miaow{interj} [Chile]
ñáñigoreferring to the members of the Abakuá, an Afro-Cuban men’s secret society{adj}
ñisñilcattail{m}
nThe 14th letter of the Spanish alphabet{letter}
No., number{abbr}
NThe 14th letter of the Spanish alphabet{letter}
naen la{contraction} [obsolete]
NANayarit (Mexican state){abbr}
naba(botanical) rape, swede, rutabaga{f}
nabalOf, or pertaining to turnips{adj}
nabarOf or pertaining to turnips{adj}
nabarPlace where turnips are grown{m}
naboany thick root{m}
naboheart (of split wood){m}
nabomast{m} [nautical]
nabopenis{m} [slang]
naboturnip{m}
NabucodonosorNebuchadnezzar (Biblical king){prop}
nacaradoDecorated or laden with nacre{adj}
nacaradonacreous, pearly{adj}
nacatamalA tamale filled with pork or chicken, rice, potatoes, herbs, spices, and other ingredients{m} [Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua]
nacerto be born{v}
NachoNickname for Ignacio{prop}
nacidoborn{adj}
nacidonatural, inborn, innate{adj}
nacidohuman being{m}
nacidogrowth, tumour{m} [medicine]
nacimientobirth (beginning; start){m}
nacimientobirth (The act of being born){m}
nacimientocrib (biblical eg. nativity){m}
naciónnation{f}
nacionalnational (native to a nation){adj}
nacionalnational (of or pertaining to a nation){adj}
nacionalA member of the national militia{m}
nacionalidadnationality{f}
nacionalismonationalism{m}
nacionalistanationalist{adj}
nacionalistanationalist{mf}
nacionalizaciónnationalization{f}
nacionalizarto nationalize{v}
nacionalmentenationally{adv}
nacionalsocialismoNational Socialism; Nazism{m}
nacionalsocialistaNational Socialist; Nazi{adj}
nacionalsocialistaNational Socialist; Nazi{mf}
Naciones UnidasUnited Nations{prop}
nacoIndigenous; Indian{adj} [Mexico, pejorative]
nacoUncultured; backwards; vulgar{adj} [Mexico, pejorative]
nadanothingness{f}
nadanothing, zero, zilch{pron}
nadaanything{pron} [when used with a negative verb]
nada del otro mundonothing special, nothing to write home about{phrase}
nadadorswimmer{m}
nadalChristmas day, Nativity day{m}
nada másnothing else{pron}
nadarto be swimming in{vi}
nadarto swim{vi}
nadarto swim{vt}
nadieno one, nobody; anyone, anybody{pron}
naftapetrol, gasoline, gas{f} [Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay]
naftalenonaphthalene{m}
naftalinanaphthalene{f}
naguaskirt{f}
nagualalternative form of nahual{m}
naguatlatoalternative form of nahuatlato{m}
nahualhealer, witch doctor{m} [Central America, Mexico]
nahualsorcerer{m} [Central America, Mexico]
nahualnahual (animal form which a person may take){m} [in Mesoamerican mythology]
nahualnahual (person able to take animal form){m} [in Mesoamerican mythology]
nahuatlatoA person who speaks, studies or translates Nahuatl{m}
nahuatlatoA person who spoke Nahuatl and Spanish and could serve as an interpreter{m} [historical]
nahuatlismoNahuatlism{m}
nailonnylon{m}
naipe[in plural, naipes] deck of cards{m}
naipeplaying card{m}
naipescard game{mp}
nalgabuttock{f}
nalgadaa hit given with the buttocks{f}
nalgada(archaic) a pig's pernil{f}
nalgadaspanking, a beating on the bottom{f}
nalgatoriobottom, buttocks, posterior, behind, fanny{m} [colloquial]
nalgatorio(Nicaragua) (colloquial) great butt{m}
nalgónhaving big buttocks{adj}
nalguearto move the buttocks excessively while walking{vi}
nalguearto spank{vt} [Costa Rica, and, Mexico]
NamibiaNamibia{prop}
namibioNamibian{adj}
namibioNamibian{m}
nanananny{f} [Latin America]
nanacateAn edible or hallucinogenic mushroom{m} [Mexico]
nanómetronanometre{m}
nano-nano-{prefix}
nanogramonanogram{m}
nanosegundonanosecond{m}
nanotecnologíananotechnology{f}
nansúnainsook{m}
napiasinformer, tattler{m}
napoleónicoNapoleonic{adj}
naranjaorange (fruit){f}
naranjaorange (color){m}
naranjalorange grove{m}
naranjitadiminutive form of naranja{f}
naranjoorange tree{m}
naranjo chinoa kumquat{m}
naranjo enanoa kumquat{m}
Narcisafemale given name, feminine form of Narciso. Name of a 19th century Peruvian saint{prop}
narcisodaffodil{m}
NarcisoNarcissus{prop} [Greek mythology]
Narcisomale given name, borne by several saints{prop}
narcodrug dealer{m}
narcocorridonarcocorrido{m}
narcotraficantedrug trafficker{mf}
narcotráficoillegal drug trade{m}
narcóticonarcotic{adj}
narcóticodrug{m}
narguilehookah (pipe){m}
naricilladiminutive form of nariz{f}
narinanostril{f}
narizthe heck; on earth{f} [in plural]
nariznose (organ on face){f}
nariznose; smell (sense of smell){f}
narizónHaving a large nose{adj}
narraciónnarration, story{f}
narradornarrator, storyteller{m}
narradorafeminine form of narrador{f}
narrarto narrate{v}
narrativafeminine form of narrativo{adj}
narrativanarration{f}
narrativanarrative{f}
narrativonarrative{adj}
narvalnarwhal{m}
nasafish-trap{f}
nasaweir{f}
nasalnasal{adj}
nasalnasal consonant{f}
nasalizaciónnasalisation{f}
nata(dairy) cream{f}
nataelite{f}
nata(plural) whipped cream; custard{f}
nataskin (on boiled milk){f}
nataciónswimming{f}
natación sincronizadasynchronized swimming{f}
natalhome{adj}
natalnatal{adj}
natalnative{adj}
Nataliafemale given name{prop}
Nataliomale given name. The masculine form of Natalia{prop}
nata montadawhipped cream{f}
natillasour cream{f} [Costa Rica]
natividadnativity or birth{f}
Natividadfemale given name{prop}
nativonative{adj}
nativonative of a place{m}
natíonative, natural{adj} [disuse]
natíobirth{m} [disuse]
natíonature (inherent features of something){m} [disuse]
natoborn{adj}
natriuréticonatriuretic{adj}
natrónnatron{m}
naturanature{f}
naturalnatural{adj}
naturalezanature{f}
naturalidadnaturalness{f}
naturalizaciónnaturalization{f}
naturalizadonaturalized{adj}
naturalizarto naturalize{v}
naturalmentenaturally, of course{adv}
naufragarfall, go down (to be defeated){v}
naufragarto be shipwrecked{v}
naufragarto fail, founder{v}
NauruNauru{prop}
nauruanoNauruan{adj}
nauruanoNauruan{m}
nautilonautilus{m}
navajapenknife, jackknife{f}
navajarazor{f}
navajarazor shell, razor clam (edible clam of genus Ensis){f}
navaja de afeitarstraight razor, cut-throat razor{f}
navaja de OccamOccam's razor{f}
navalnaval{adj}
NavarraNavarre{prop}
navarroNavarrese{adj}
navarroNavarrese{m}
NavarroSpanish surname{prop}
navenave, aisle{f} [architecture]
naveship{f}
nave espacialspaceship, spacecraft{f}
navegaciónnavigation{f}
navegaciónsailing{f}
navegantemariner, sailor{mf}
navegantenavigator{mf}
navegarto surf, to navigate{v} [Internet]
navegarto navigate, to sail{v}
NavidadChristmas; the feast day celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ{prop}
NavidadNativity; the birth of Jesus Christ{prop}
NavidadChristmastide, Christmas time, Christmas season, the time between Christmas and Epiphany{prop} [sometimes used in the plural]
NavidadesThe Christmas season; yuletide{f}
navideñorelated to Christmas{adj}
navíolarge ship{m}
NayaritA state of Mexico{prop}
nayaritaOf or pertaining to the Mexican state of Nayarit{adj}
nazarenoNazarene{adj}
nazarenoNazarene{m}
naziNazi{adj}
naziNazi{mf}
nazismoNazism{propm}
nébedacatnip{f}
nácarnacre, mother of pearl{m}
núcleonucleus{m}
núcleo atómicoatomic nucleus{m} [physics]
néctarnectar (all senses){m}
neandertala neanderthal{m}
neblinafog{f}
neblinahaze{f}
NebraskaNebraska{prop}
nebulizadornebulizer{m}
nebulosa planetariaplanetary nebula{f}
necesariamentenecessarily{adv}
necesarionecessary{adj}
necesidadnecessity{f}
necesidadneed{f}
necesitadoneedy, in need (of){adj}
necesitan ayudado you need help?{phrase} [polite, plural, Latin America]
necesitarTo need{v}
necesitas ayudado you need help?{phrase} [familiar]
necesita usted ayudado you need help?{phrase} [polite]
necesitáis ayudado you need help?{phrase} [familiar, plural, Spain]
necesito papel higiénicoI need toilet paper{phrase}
necesito su ayudaI need your help{phrase} [polite]
necesito tu ayudaI need your help{phrase} [familiar]
necesito una bebidaI need a drink (nonalcoholic){phrase}
necesito una copaI need a drink (alcoholic){phrase}
necesito un condónI need a condom{phrase}
necesito un diccionarioI need a dictionary{phrase}
neciostupid{adj}
neciofool{m}
necro-necro-{prefix}
necrofilianecrophilia{f}
necrofíliconecrophilic{adj}
necrofíliconecrophile, necrophiliac{m}
necromancianecromancy{f}
necrosisnecrosis{f}
necrópolisnecropolis{f}
nectarinanectarine{f}
nectáreonectarous; nectareous{adj}
neerlandesafeminine form of neerlandés{f}
NeerlandiaHolland{prop}
neerlandésDutch, Netherlandish (from or native to the Netherlands){adj}
neerlandésDutch, Netherlandish (pertaining to the Netherlands){adj}
neerlandésa Dutchman{m}
neerlandésthe Dutch (Netherlandish) language (including Flemish){prop}
nefastodisgraceful, loathsome{adj}
nefastoill-omened, ominous{adj}
nefologíanephology{f}
nefrólogonephrologist{m}
nefrologíanephrology{f}
nefríticonephritic{adj}
negacióndenial{f}
negarto refuse{vr}
negarto deny{v}
negativarefusal, denial{f}
negativamentenegatively{adv}
negatividadnegativity{f}
negativonegative{adj}
negativominus sign{m}
negativonegative (photographic){m}
negligenciamalpractice{f}
negligencianeglect{f}
negligentenegligent, careless{adj}
negligentementenegligently{adv}
negociablenegotiable{adj}
negociaciónnegotiation{f}
negociadornegotiator{m}
negociantea businessman{mf}
negociarto negotiate{v}
negociobusiness{m}
negociodeal{m}
negocioshop{m}
negrabad luck{f}
negrablack woman, negress{f}
negrablack piece{f} [chess]
negracrotchet{f} [music]
negrecerto turn black, become black{v}
negritablack woman, black girl{f} [slang]
negritadarling, sweetheart{f} [slang]
negritaboldface, bold type{f} [typography]
negritoA person of African descent{m}
negroblack (color){adj}
negroclandestine{adj}
negrodirty{adj}
negrosad{adj}
negroangry{adj} [Spain]
negrothe black colour{m}
negrothe black ethnicity{m}
negroidenegroid{m}
negrurablackness{f}
negruradarkness{f}
negruzcoblackish{adj}
nematodonematode, roundworm{m}
neónneon light, fluorescent lamp{m} [colloquial]
neónneon{m}
nenababy girl. feminine form of nene{f}
nenaterm of endearment to a woman or girl. babe, dear{f} [slang]
nenebaby{m}
nenúfarwater lily, white waterlily{m}
nenitadiminutive form of nena; sistergirl, homegirl, girlfriend, honey{f} [Argentina]
neo-neo-{prefix}
neoclasicismoneoclassicism{m}
neoclásicafeminine form of neoclásico{f}
neoclásiconeoclassical{adj}
neoclásiconeoclassicist{m}
neodimioneodymium{m}
neoescocésNova Scotian{adj}
neoescocésNova Scotian{mf}
neofascismoneofascism{m}
neofascistaneofascist{adj}
neofascistaneofascist{mf}
neoleonésOf or pertaining to the Mexican state of Nuevo León{adj}
neologismoneologism (all senses){m}
neolíticoneolithic{adj}
neonazineo-Nazi{adj}
neonazineo-Nazi{mf}
neotériconeoteric{adj}
neoumbilicoplastianeoumbilicoplasty{f} [surgery]
neoyorquinoOf or relating to New York.{adj}
neoyorquinoA New Yorker; somebody from New York{m}
neozelandésof, or relating to, New Zealand{adj}
neozelandésNew Zealander (a person from New Zealand or of New Zealand descent){m}
NepalNepal{prop}
nepalésNepali{adj}
nepalésNepali{m}
NephtalíNaphtali (Biblical character and tribe){prop}
nepotismonepotism{m}
neptunioneptunium{m}
NeptunoNeptune{prop}
nerdonerd{m} [slang]
nervadurarib (of a building, especially a vault){f} [architecture]
nervaduramidrib, nerve (of a plant leaf){f} [botany]
nervionerve{m}
nervio cranealcranial nerve{m} [anatomy]
nervio ópticooptic nerve{n} [anatomy]
nerviosamentenervously{adv}
nerviosonervous{adj}
nesgagore{f} [fabric]
nestorianismoNestorianism{m}
netonet{adj}
neumoníapneumonia{f}
neumáticoneumatic{adj}
neumáticotire (of an automobile){m}
neuralgianeuralgia{f} [pathology, neurology]
neuraminatoneuraminate{m}
neuraminidasaneuraminidase{f} [enzyme]
neuramíniconeuraminic{adj}
neurólogoneurologist{m}
neuro-neuro-{prefix}
neurocirugíaneurosurgery{f} [surgery]
neurocirujanoneurosurgeon{m}
neuroetologíaneuroethology{f}
neurológiconeurological{adj}
neurolingüísticaneurolinguistics{f}
neurologíaneurology{f}
neuromaneuroma{m}
neuronaneuron; nerve cell{f}
neuronalneuronal{adj}
neuropatíaneuropathy{f} [pathology]
neuropéptidoneuropeptide{m}
neuropsiquiatraneuropsychiatrist{mf}
neuropsiquiatríaneuropsychiatry{f}
neurosporaxantinaneurosporaxanthin{f} [organic compound]
neurotípiconeurotypical{adj}
neurotransmisorneurotransmitter{m}
neuróticoneurotic{adj}
neuróticoneurotic{m}
neurótomoneurotome{m}
neutlepulque{m} [Mexico]
neutralidadneutrality{f}
neutralizaciónneutralization{f}
neutralizarTo neutralise (UK), to neutralize (US){v}
neutrinoneutrino{m}
neutrino electrónicoelectron neutrino{m}
neutrino muónicomuon neutrino{m}
neutrino tauónicotauon neutrino{m}
neutrónneutron{m}
neutroneutral pH, neutral electrical charge{adj} [chemistry, physics]
neutroneuter{adj} [grammar]
neutroLacking sexual organs; neutered{adj}
neutroneuter (neither the one thing nor the other){adj}
neutroneutral{adj}
neutronizaciónneutronization{f}
nevadasnowfall{f}
nevadasnow storm{f}
NevadaNevada{prop}
nevadosnowy{adj}
nevadowhite as snow{adj}
nevarto snow{vi} [impersonal]
nevascablizzard{f}
neverarefrigerator{f}
neveroA location with continuous snow throughout the year{m}
neveronévé{m}
neviscarto sleet{vi} [impersonal]
neviscarto snow lightly{vi} [impersonal]
newtonnewton{m}
newtonianoNewtonian{adj} [physics]
NúñezSpanish surname{prop}
NígerNiger (country){prop}
náhuatlNahuatl (attributive){adj}
náhuatlNahuatl, any of several modern languages and dialects of the Nahuan (or Aztecan) language family{prop}
náhuatlNahuatl; Classical Nahuatl{prop}
niNeither ... nor{conj}
ninu; the Greek letter Ν, ν{f}
niñafeminine form of niño, girl{f}
NicaA toponym used for Nicaraguans or people of Nicaraguan heritage.{prop}
nicaragüenseNicaraguan{adj}
nicaragüenseNicaraguan{mf}
nicaragüeñoNicaraguan{m}
NicaraguaNicaragua{prop}
ni chicha ni limonadaSaid of something that is unknown or unclear.{phrase} [idiomatic]
nichoburial niche{m}
nichoniche{m}
Nicolásmale given name, cognate to Nicholas{prop}
ni come, ni deja comerdog in the manger{phrase}
nicotinanicotine{f}
nicotinamidanicotinamide{f}
nictalopíanyctalopia{f} [medicine]
nictálopenyctalopic{adj} [medicine]
nidificarto nidify; to build a nest{v}
nidonest{m}
nieblafog{f}
niñerababy-sitter{f}
niñerobaby-sitter{m}
nietagranddaughter{f}
nietograndchild; grandson{m}
nievesnow{f}
Nievesfemale given name{prop}
NievesSpanish surname derived from the given name, or from a nickname for someone with white hair{prop}
niñezchildhood{f}
ni fu ni faOK, nothing special{adj} [idiomatic]
NigeriaNigeria{prop}
nigerianoNigerian{adj}
nigerianoNigerian{m}
nigerinoNigerien{adj}
nigerinoNigerien{m}
ni harto de vinono way, by no means{adv} [idiomatic]
nihilistanihilistic{adj}
nihilistanihilist{mf}
niñitadiminutive form of niña{f}
niñitagirlyman, pussy, (effeminate boy) girl{f}
niñitodiminutive form of niño small child{m}
Nildafemale given name{prop}
NiloNile{prop}
ninfanymph{f}
ninfeawater lily{f}
ninfómananymphomaniac{f}
ninfomaníanymphomania{f}
ningún nacidonobody{pron}
ningunafeminine form of ninguno; nobody, nothing{pron}
ningunearto disrespect, belittle{v}
ningunearto ignore, forget{v}
ningunono; none{adj}
ningunonobody; no-one{pron}
ningunonone; neither{pron}
niñoboy, child{m}
niobioniobium{m}
niño soldadochild soldier{m}
nipónNipponese{adj} [educated]
nipónNipponese{m} [educated]
nirvananirvana{m}
nitidezclarity{f}
nitratonitrate{m}
nitrógenonitrogen{m}
nitrilonitrile{m} [organic compound]
nitritonitrite{m} [chemistry]
nitrofuranonitrofuran{m} [organic compound]
nitrogenadonitrogenous{adj}
nitrogenasanitrogenase{f} [protein]
nitronionitronium{m} [inorganic chemistry]
nitrosonitrous{adj} [chemistry]
nivellevel (degree or amount){m}
nivellevel, height (distance relative to a given reference elevation){m}
nivellevel (tool for finding whether a surface is level){m}
nivelarto balance{v}
nivelarto level out, to make even{v}
nivelarto survey{v}
nivel de aguawater level{m}
nivel del aguawater level{m}
nixtamalhominy, nixtamal{m}
nixtamalizaciónnixtamalization{f}
NizaNice (city in France){prop}
nizatidinanizatidine{f} [organic compound]
NLNuevo León (Mexican state){abbr}
NLENuevo León, a state of Mexico{abbr}
núm.No., number{abbr}
nómadanomadic{adj}
nómadanomad{mf}
númeromusical number{m}
númeronumber (counting){m}
número arábigoArabic numeral{m}
número atómicoatomic number{m} [physics, chemistry]
número cardinalcardinal number{m}
número complejocomplex number (number of the form a + bi){m}
número de AvogadroAvogadro's number{m} [chemistry]
número de teléfonotelephone number{m}
número enteroA whole number{m}
número imaginarioimaginary number (number of the form ai){m}
número irracionalirrational number{m} [mathematics]
número naturalnatural number{m} [mathematics]
número primoprime number (natural number){m}
número racionalrational number{m} [mathematics]
número realreal number{m}
nóminasalary{f}
nonumber{abbr}
nono{adv}
nonot{adv}
NoéNoah{prop} [biblical character]
nobelNobel Prize{m}
nobelionobelium{m}
noblenoble{adj}
noblezanobility{f}
nochenight (time){f}
NochebuenaChristmas Eve{prop}
NocheviejaNew Year's Eve{prop}
nociónnotion{f}
nocivoharmful{adj}
nocivonoxious{adj}
no comprendoI don't understand{phrase}
noctámbuloTending to be awake or up and about at night{adj}
noctámbuloOne who is awake at night; a night owl{m}
nocturnonocturnal{adj}
nocturnoof or relating to night{adj}
nodonode{m}
nodrizawet nurse{f}
NoeA diminutive of the female given name Noelia{prop}
Noeliafemale given name, cognate to English Noelle and French Noëlle{prop}
Noemífemale given name{prop}
NoemíNaomi (Biblical figure){prop}
no entiendoI don't understand{phrase}
no faltaba másdon't mention it; you're welcome{phrase} [idiomatic]
nogalwalnut tree{m}
nogalwalnut wood{m}
noguerawalnut (tree){f}
no haber colorthere be no comparison{v} [idiomatic]
no habloI don't speak{phrase}
no hay de quédon't mention it; used as you're welcome in the sense of no problem{phrase}
no hay problemaNo problem!{interj}
NOMNorma Oficial Mexicana (Official Mexican Standard), each of a series of official, compulsory standards and regulations for diverse activities in Mexico{acronym}
nomadismonomadism{m}
nombramientoappointment (to a position){m}
nombrarto name{v}
nombrename{m}
nomenclaturanomenclature{f}
nomeolvidesflowers of forget-me-not{f}
nominaciónnomination{f}
nominalnominal{adj}
nominalizarto nominalize{v}
nominarto nominate{v}
nominativonominative (giving a name, naming; designating){adj}
nominativonominative (grammar){adj}
nominativonominative case{m}
nomásonly, just{adv} [Latin America]
nonadaA thing or event of little or no importance or value{f}
nonadecágonoenneadecagon{m} [geometry]
nonagésimoninetieth{adj}
nonagésimoninetieth{m}
nonbreobsolete spelling of nombre{m}
nonetononet{m}
noningentésimonine hundredth{adj}
nononinth{adj} [unusual]
no obstantehowever{conj}
no obstantenevertheless{conj}
no obstantenotwithstanding; albeit{conj}
no obstanteyet{conj}
nopalnopal{m}
nopaledaTerrain abundant in nopal plants{f}
nopaleraTerrain abundant in nopal plants{f}
no pasaránThey shall not pass through{phrase}
no por mucho madrugar, amanece más tempranothings will happen at their own time, you can't rush art{proverb}
noquearto knock out{v}
noradrenalinanoradrenaline{f} [hormone]
norcoreanoNorth Korean{adj}
norcoreanoNorth Korean{m}
nordestenortheast{m}
norepinefrinanorepinephrine, noradrenaline{f} [hormone]
norestenortheast{m}
noriaFerris wheel{f}
norianoria{f}
norirlandésNorthern Irish{adj}
normarule, norm, standard, touchstone{f}
normalperpendicular{adj} [geometry]
normalnormal, standard, regular{adj}
normala school for becoming a teacher{f} [education]
normalidadnormality{f}
normalizaciónnormalization{f}
normalizaciónstandardization{f}
normalizarto normalize{v}
normalmentenormally; usually; most of the time; customarily{adv}
normal y corrienterun-of-the-mill, meat and potatoes, regular{adj} [idiomatic]
normarto norm{v}
normarto normalize, standardize{v}
normativonormative{adj}
noroestenorthwest{m}
Noroeste PacíficoPacific Northwest{n}
nortenorth; northern{adj}
norteclue{m}
nortegoal; objective{m}
nortenorth{m}
nortenorther{m}
norteamericanoBorn in, belonging or relative to the United States{adj}
norteamericanoNorth American{adj}
norteamericanoBorn in, belonging or relative to the United States{m}
norteamericanoNorth American{m}
NorteaméricaNorth America{prop}
norteñonorthern{adj}
norteñonortherner{m}
noruegafeminine form of noruego{f}
NoruegaNorway{prop}
noruegoNorwegian (from or native to Norway){adj}
noruegoNorwegian (pertaining to Norway or the Norwegian language){adj}
noruegoa Norwegian{m}
noruegothe Norwegian language{prop}
nosus (dative and accusative form of nosotros and nosotras){pron}
no saber hacer la o con un canutoto not know one's head from a hole in the ground{v} [idiomatic]
no se ganó Zamora en una horaIt takes a long time to do something complicated or impressive. (Rome wasn't built in a day){idiom} [idiomatic]
nosotraswe (feminine plural){pron}
nosotroswe (masculine plural){pron}
nostalgianostalgia{m}
nostálgiconostalgic{adj}
nos vemoscheers, goodbye{interj}
nos vemossee you later! (literally, we see each other){interj}
notamark, academic score{f}
notanote, memo{f}
notanote (music){f}
nota benenota bene (used to add an aside or warning to a text){phrase}
notablenotable{adj}
notablementenotably{adv}
notaciónnotation{f}
notarTo note (something down etc){vt}
notaríaoffice of a notary{f}
notarionotary, lawyer, solicitor, counsel, attorney, barrister.{m}
no te acostarás sin saber una cosa másyou learn something new every day, every day is a school day{proverb}
noticiacommunication{f}
noticiamessage{f}
noticiasnews{fp}
noticieronews{m}
noticieronewsman, reporter{m}
noticieronewsreel{m}
notificaciónnotification{f}
notificarto notify, announce, inform, intimate, make known{v}
notocordanotochord{f}
notocuerdaalternative form of notocorda{f}
novatonewbie{adj}
novatobeginner, newbie{m}
novecientasfeminine form of novecientos{num}
novecientosnine hundred{num}
novedadnovelty{f}
novedosonovel{adj}
novelnovel, new{adj}
novelanovel{f}
noveladofictional{adj}
novelarto novelize; to make a novel out of{v}
novelistanovelist{mf}
novenanovena{f}
novenoninth{adj}
novenoninth{m}
noventaninety{cardinal num} [cardinal]
noventa y seisninety-six{num}
noventa y sieteninety-seven{num}
noventa y tresninety-three{num}
noventa y unoninety-one{num}
noviafeminine form of novio, girlfriend, fiancée{f}
noviafeminine form of novio, bride{f} [wedding]
noviazgoengagement, betrothal (period of time when marriage is planned or promised){m}
noviazgorelationship (the time when a couple was together){m}
noviciafeminine form of novicio{f}
novicionovice{m}
noviembreNovember{m}
novilloyoung ox, young bull{m}
novilunionew moon{m}
novioboyfriend; fiancé; romantic partner{m}
noviogroom{m} [wedding]
NápolesNaples (city){prop}
níquelnickel{m}
nórdicoNordic (pertaining to Nordic languages){adj}
nórdicoNorse (from or native to the Nordic lands){adj}
nórdicothe Nordic group of languages{prop}
nórdico antiguoOld Norse{prop}
nísperoloquat{m}
nísperomedlar{m}
nísperosapodilla{m}
níspero europeoThe medlar{m}
níspero japonésThe loquat (tree & fruit){m}
nítidoclear, distinct{adj}
nítidopure, clear, clean{adj}
nítriconitric{adj}
NuakchotNouakchott (capital of Mauritania){prop}
nubeA cloud{f}
nubeA multitude, or crowd, of people{f}
nube de hongomushroom cloud{f}
nubladocloudy{adj}
nublarto become cloudy{vr}
nublarto cloud{v}
nublosocloudy{adj}
nubosidadcloudiness{f}
nubosocloudy{adj}
nucanape, back of the neck{f} [anatomy]
nuclearnuclear{adj}
nuclearmentein a nuclear way; related to a nucleus or to nuclear power; nuclearly{adv}
nucleasanuclease{f} [enzyme]
nucleiconucleic{adj}
nucleónnucleon{m}
nucleínanuclein{f} [biochemistry]
nucleolarnucleolar{adj}
nucleoplasmanucleoplasm{m} [cytology]
nucleoporinanucleoporin{f} [protein]
nucleoproteinanucleoprotein{f} [protein]
nucleosomanucleosome{m} [cytology]
nucleósidonucleoside{m} [biochemistry]
nucleótidonucleotide{m} [biochemistry]
nucléolonucleolus{m}
nudilloknuckle{m} [anatomy]
nudoknot{m}
nueradaughter-in-law{f}
nuestrafeminine form of nuestro Ours{pron}
nuestrasfeminine plural of nuestro Ours, our, to us{adj}
nuestrasfeminine plural of nuestro Ours{pron}
Nuestra Señora"Our Lady", the title for the Virgin Mary{prop}
nuestroOurs, our, to us{adj}
nuestroOurs{pron}
nuevanews, novelty{f}
Nueva CaledoniaNew Caledonia (overseas territory of France){prop}
Nueva DelhiNew Delhi{prop}
Nueva EscociaNova Scotia{prop}
Nueva Gales del SurNew South Wales (an Australian state){prop}
Nueva HampshireNew Hampshire{prop}
Nueva InglaterraNew England{prop}
Nueva JerseyNew Jersey{prop}
nuevamenteagain; newly{adv}
Nueva OrleansNew Orleans (city){prop}
Nueva SegoviaNueva Segovia{prop}
Nueva YorkNew York City{prop}
Nueva YorkNew York (US state){prop}
Nueva ZelandaNew Zealand{prop}
Nueva ZelandiaNew Zealand{prop}
nuevenine{cardinal num} [cardinal]
nueveThe digit or figure 9{f}
nuevonew{adj}
Nuevo LeónA state of Mexico{prop}
nuevoleonés(of a person) Of or from the Mexican state of Nuevo León{adj}
Nuevo MéxicoNew Mexico (US State){prop}
Nuevo TestamentoNew Testament (second half of the Christian Bible){prop}
nuezwalnut (nut){f}
nuez de AdánAdam's apple (the lump in the throat){f}
nuez moscadanutmeg (seed of the nutmeg tree){f}
nuez pecanapecan (nut){f}
nulonull, void, invalid{adj}
nulouseless, good-for-nothing{adj}
numenmuse (source of inspiration){m}
numennumen{m}
numeradornumerator{m} [mathematics]
numerarto calculate{v}
numerarto number{v}
numerosonumerous{adj}
numismáticafeminine form of numismático{f}
numismáticanumismatics{f}
numismáticonumismatic{adj}
numismáticonumismatist{m}
numériconumeric{adj}
nuncaever{adv}
nuncanever{adv}
nunca mucho cuesta poco'never much' costs little (or 'much never costs little';) you get what you pay for{phrase}
nuncionuncio{m} [Catholicism]
nunciomessenger{m}
nupcialnuptial (pertaining to wedding and marriage){adj}
nupciaswedding{fp}
Nuriafemale given name{prop}
náuseadisgust{f}
náuseanausea{f}
náuseasnausea, sickness, retching{fp}
náuseasrepugnance, disgust{fp}
náuticasailing{f}
náuticonautical{adj}
nutriaotter{f}
nutrianutria, coypu{f} [Spain]
nutriciónnutrition{f}
nutricionalnutritious{adj}
nutrientenutrient{m}
nutrimentonourishment{m}
nutrimentonutrient{m}
nutrirto nourish{v}
níveoniveous, snowy (of or resembling snow){adj} [poetic]
nynu; the Greek letter Ν, ν{f}
ñoñearto whine{v}
ñoñeríadotage{f}
ñoñosenile{adj}
ñoñowhiny{adj}
ñoquisgnocchi{mp}
ñorshort for señor{m} [colloquial]
ñugnu{m}
Ñuñoacity in central Chile{prop}