601 Words That Start With NO

Word Definitions Synonyms
no referring to the degree to which a certain quality is present no more
no not in any degree or manner; not at all -
no used to express refusal or denial or disagreement etc or especially to emphasize a negative statement -
no (quantifier) used with either mass nouns or plural count nouns for indicating a complete or almost complete lack or zero quantity of -
no a negative -
nob informal term for an upper-class or wealthy person toff
nobble deprive of by deceit con, mulct, rook, hornswoggle, defraud, diddle, goldbrick, scam, short-change, swindle, victimize, bunco
nobble make off with belongings of others abstract, sneak, lift, hook, pilfer, pinch, purloin, snarf, swipe, cabbage, filch
nobble take away to an undisclosed location against their will and usually in order to extract a ransom kidnap, snatch, abduct
nobble disable by drugging -
nobelium a radioactive transuranic element synthesized by bombarding curium with carbon ions; 7 isotopes are known No, atomic number 102
nobility a privileged class holding hereditary titles aristocracy
nobility the quality of elevation of mind and exaltation of character or ideals or conduct nobleness, magnanimousness, grandeur
nobility the state of being of noble birth noblesse
noble of or belonging to or constituting the hereditary aristocracy especially as derived from feudal times -
noble having or showing or indicative of high or elevated character -
noble impressive in size, manner, or appearance imposing, stately, baronial
noble inert especially toward oxygen -
noble a titled peer of the realm nobleman, Lord
nobleman a titled peer of the realm noble, Lord
nobleness the quality of elevation of mind and exaltation of character or ideals or conduct nobility, magnanimousness, grandeur
noblesse the state of being of noble birth nobility
noblesse members of the nobility (especially of the French nobility) -
noblewoman a woman of the peerage in Britain peeress, Lady
nobly in a noble manner -
nobody a person of no influence nonentity, cipher, cypher
nocent having a tendency to cause harm -
nociceptive caused by or in response to pain -
nock make small marks into the surface of mark, score
noctambulation walking by a person who is asleep noctambulism, sleepwalking, somnambulation, somnambulism
noctambulism walking by a person who is asleep noctambulation, sleepwalking, somnambulation, somnambulism
noctambulist someone who walks about in their sleep sleepwalker, somnambulist
noctiluca large bioluminescent marine protozoan Noctiluca miliaris
noctilucent shining or glowing by night -
noctuid usually dull-colored medium-sized nocturnal moth; the usually smooth-bodied larvae are destructive agricultural pests noctuid moth, owlet moth
nocturia excessive urination at night; especially common in older men nycturia
nocturnal belonging to or active during the night -
nocturnal of or relating to or occurring in the night -
nocturnally at night -
nocturne a pensive lyrical piece of music (especially for the piano) notturno
nod express or signify by nodding -
nod lower and raise the head, as to indicate assent or agreement or confirmation -
nod let the head fall forward through drowsiness -
nod sway gently back and forth, as in a nodding motion -
nod be almost asleep -
nod a sign of assent or salutation or command -
nod the act of nodding the head -
nodding having branches or flower heads that bend downward drooping, pendulous, weeping, cernuous
noddle an informal British expression for head or mind -
node a connecting point at which several lines come together -
node any thickened enlargement thickening, knob
node (botany) the small swelling that is the part of a plant stem from which one or more leaves emerge leaf node
node (physics) the point of minimum displacement in a periodic system -
node (astronomy) a point where an orbit crosses a plane -
node the source of lymph and lymphocytes lymph gland, lymph node
node any bulge or swelling of an anatomical structure or part -
node (computer science) any computer that is hooked up to a computer network guest, client
nodular having nodules or occurring in the form of nodules nodulated, noduled
nodular relating to or characterized by or having nodules -
nodulated having nodules or occurring in the form of nodules nodular, noduled
nodule a small node -
nodule small rounded wartlike protuberance on a plant tubercle
nodule (mineralogy) a small rounded lump of mineral substance (usually harder than the surrounding rock or sediment) -
noduled having nodules or occurring in the form of nodules nodular, nodulated
nodulose having minute nodules -
noesis the psychological result of perception and learning and reasoning knowledge, cognition
noetic of or associated with or requiring the use of the mind rational, intellectual
nog a wooden pin pushed or driven into a surface peg
nog a wooden block built into a masonry wall so that joinery structure can be nailed to it -
noggin informal terms for a human head dome, attic, noodle, bean, bonce
nogging rough brick masonry used to fill in the gaps in a wooden frame -
nohow in no manner; in no way -
noise sound of any kind (especially unintelligible or dissonant sound) -
noise the auditory experience of sound that lacks musical quality; sound that is a disagreeable auditory experience racket, dissonance
noise electrical or acoustic activity that can disturb communication interference, disturbance
noise a loud outcry of protest or complaint -
noise incomprehensibility resulting from irrelevant information or meaningless facts or remarks -
noise the quality of lacking any predictable order or plan randomness, haphazardness, stochasticity
noise emit a noise resound, make noise
noiseless making no sound -
noiselessly without a sound soundlessly
noiselessness the property of making no noise -
noisemaker a device (such as a clapper or bell or horn) used to make a loud noise at a celebration -
noisily with much noise or loud and unpleasant sound -
noisiness the auditory effect characterized by loud and constant noise racketiness
noisome causing or able to cause nausea nauseating, nauseous, queasy, offensive, sickening, vile, loathsome
noisome offensively malodorous ill-scented, smelly, stinking, fetid, foetid, foul, foul-smelling, funky
noisomeness the quality of being noxious noxiousness, harmfulness
noisy full of or characterized by loud and nonmusical sounds -
noisy attracting attention by showiness or bright colors -
noma acute ulceration of the mucous membranes of the mouth or genitals; often seen in undernourished children -
nomad a member of a people who have no permanent home but move about according to the seasons -
nomadic migratory roving, mobile, peregrine, wandering
nomadism The way of life of people who, having no fixed home, move around seasonally in search of food, water and grazing etc. -
nombril the center point on a shield -
nomenclature a system of words used to name things in a particular discipline language, terminology
nomenklatura the system of patronage in communist countries; controlled by committees in the Communist Party -
nomia a genus of bee; some are important pollinators of legumes genus Nomia
nominal relating to or constituting or bearing or giving a name -
nominal pertaining to a noun or to a word group that functions as a noun -
nominal of, relating to, or characteristic of an amount that is not adjusted for inflation -
nominal insignificantly small; a matter of form only (`tokenish' is informal) token, tokenish
nominal named; bearing the name of a specific person nominative
nominal existing in name only titular
nominal a phrase that can function as the subject or object of a verb nominal phrase, noun phrase
nominalism (philosophy) the doctrine that the various objects labeled by the same term have nothing in common but their name -
nominalist a philosopher who has adopted the doctrine of nominalism -
nominalistic of or relating to nominalism -
nominally in name only -
nominate propose as a candidate for some honor put up, put forward
nominate put forward; nominate for appointment to an office or for an honor or position propose
nominate charge with a function; charge to be name, make
nominate create and charge with a task or function name, appoint, constitute
nominated appointed by nomination nominative
nomination the act of officially naming a candidate -
nomination the condition of having been proposed as a suitable candidate for appointment or election -
nomination an address (usually at a political convention) proposing the name of a candidate to run for election nominating address, nominating speech
nominative named; bearing the name of a specific person nominal
nominative appointed by nomination nominated
nominative serving as or indicating the subject of a verb and words identified with the subject of a copular verb -
nominative the category of nouns serving as the grammatical subject of a verb nominative case, subject case
nominator someone who proposes a candidate for appointment or election -
nominee a politician who is running for public office campaigner, candidate
nomogram a graphic representation of numerical relations nomograph
nomograph a graphic representation of numerical relations nomogram
nomothetic relating to or involving the search for abstract universal principles -
non negation of a word or group of words not
nonabsorbency the property of not being absorbent -
nonabsorbent not capable of absorbing or soaking up (liquids) nonabsorptive
nonabsorptive not capable of absorbing or soaking up (liquids) nonabsorbent
nonacceptance the act of refusing an offer turndown
nonaccomplishment an act that does not achieve its intended goal nonachievement
nonachievement an act that does not achieve its intended goal nonaccomplishment
nonachiever a student who does not perform as well as expected or as well as the IQ indicates underperformer, underachiever
nonadaptive (of a trait or condition) failing to serve an adjustive purpose dysfunctional
nonaddictive not causing or characterized by addiction -
nonadhesive not tending to adhere -
nonadjacent not adjacent; not next -
nonadsorbent lacking a capacity to adsorb or cause to accumulate on a surface nonadsorptive
nonadsorptive lacking a capacity to adsorb or cause to accumulate on a surface nonadsorbent
nonage any age prior to the legal age minority
nonaged not of legal age underage, minor
nonagenarian being from 90 to 99 years old -
nonagenarian someone whose age is in the nineties -
nonaggression a policy of not initiating hostilities -
nonaggressive not aggressive; not given to fighting or assertiveness unaggressive
nonagon a nine-sided polygon -
nonalcoholic characterized by the absence of alcohol -
nonaligned not affiliated with any faction, party, or cause -
nonalignment people (or countries) who are not aligned with other people (or countries) in a pact or treaty nonalinement
nonalinement people (or countries) who are not aligned with other people (or countries) in a pact or treaty nonalignment
nonallele genes that are not competitors at the same locus -
nonappearance failure to appear (especially as at court) -
nonappointive filled by popular election rather than by appointment -
nonarbitrable not appropriate for or subject to arbitration -