N - Letter N - Words that begin with the Letter N

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Upper Case Capital Letter N 

Lower Case Letter  n

Speak Letter - Mouse over the Letter N (en)

Hand Write Letter - Mouse over diagram on right >

Sound Phonics: a, e, i, o, u, and sometimes y

The Letter N is the 14th letter of the English Alphabet. Word Class.

Important Words that begin with the Letter N

Number is a mathematical value expressed by a word, symbol, or figure, that is used to count, measure, represent a particular quantity, label or identify, or to make calculations. Units 1 (one) through 9 (nine) and 0 (zero). 2 (two) / 3 (three) / 4 (four) / 5 (five) / 6 (six) / 7 (seven) / 8 (eight) / 10 (ten) / 100 (One Hundred) / 1,000 (One thousand / 100,000 (One hundred Thousand) / 1,000,000 (One Million) / 1,000,000,000 (One Billion).

Need is something that is necessary to live, things like clean air, water, food and shelter. There are also many other needs that people require in order to live peacefully, things like security, freedom, human rights, and love. When peoples needs are not available or not provided, then people will suffer, and when important needs are unavailable, then people could die. A need is not the same as a want.

Necessary is something very important that is needed, something essential or vital.

Necessity is the condition of being essential or indispensable, like water, food, shelter, energy or emergency services and so on.

Nurture is to help someone develop, mature and grow and provide them with care and nourishment during childhood or other circumstances. 

Nourish is to provide someone with nutritious food and drink that helps them maintain a healthy body and mind and also helps them to grow and to develop normally.

Natural is something found in nature that is not artificial, not man made, or something that has not been altered or modified. Natural can also mean something that is healthy and does not contain chemicals that harmful to humans.

Normal is a standard that follows scientific laws of nature. Something that is determined to be natural and functioning properly within average parameters.

Nature is the physical world that includes plants, organisms and animals and non-living matter. Nature is a complex system of regenerative processes that provides life to all living things on earth.

New is something that has just been made or recently acquired, or something that has just happened a short time ago. Something is new when it's not old or has not been used often and shows some damaged.
Now is the present moment in time, not the past or the future, but happening at this moment.

No is to refuse something or not welcome something or not agree with something. To say no is to say not now, or that you want something to stop. No is the opposite of yes.

Never is something that did not ever happen at any time in the past, present or future. Not at all and certainly not, or not in any circumstances. (As far as I know it never happened before.)

Not is to show something to be false, negative or not true. Not is also a proposition that is true if and only if another proposition is false. (What you said is not true.)

Negative is something harmful or unpleasant. Negative can also mean something that is less than zero and not positive. Negative can also mean something that has a negative charge and not a positive charge.

Neither means that both things are not expectable, or when two alternatives are not true and did not happen.

Nor is not or neither.

Nothing is something that has no importance or value, or something that is perceived to be empty or does not contain anything.

Near is something that is close and not far away in distance, time, space, degree or circumstances.

Nice is something pleasant, pleasing or agreeable. Something that you approve of and like.

Negotiate is to discuss the terms of an arrangement or to reach an agreement by talking about each others needs.

Narrator is someone who tells a story.

Non-fiction is content (sometimes, in the form of a story) whose creator, in good faith, assumes responsibility for the truth or accuracy of the events, people, or information presented either objectively or subjectively.

Notice is to become aware of something or determine the existence, presence, or fact of something. Perceiving and paying attention to something. Notice can also mean an announcement or document containing information about an event.

Note is a brief written record with a comment, instructions or a short personal letter that mentions something important. A note can also mean a notation representing the pitch and duration of a musical sound. A tone of voice that shows what the speaker is feeling.

Nuance is a subtle difference in or shade of meaning, expression, or sound.

Nail is a hardened and tough protective bony outgrowth made of fibrous structural proteins called keratin that grows on the finger tips and also from the tips of the toes on the feet. Nail can also mean a slim metal spike with a flat head on one side and a point on the other side that can be hammered into wood to attach it firmly to another piece of wood.

Neck is part of body that connects the head to the rest of the body.

Nose is part of the human face between the eyes that is used for breathing and the sense of smell.

Nostrils is either one of the two external openings to the nasal cavity in the nose.

Nasal Cavity is either of the two cavities lying between the floor of the cranium and the roof of the mouth and extending from the face to the pharynx.

Nap is a short time spent sleeping. When someone is tired and cannot stay awake they usually take a nap. A nap can be use to help rejuvenate or rest someone who will need to stay awake at a later time. 

Nation is a country where citizens live. Nation also means a federation of tribes especially Native American tribes.

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