- a gold coin worth twenty francs issued by Napoleon I; a twenty-franc coin
- 1891: We had occasion some months ago to strengthen our resources, and borrowed, for that purpose, thirty thousand napoleons from the Bank of France. " Arthur Conan Doyle, "The Red-Headed League" (Norton 2005 p.67)
- (given name, male, ) of Biblical origin; diminutive Nate
- an Old Testament prophet
- A group of people sharing aspects of language, culture and/or ethnicity.
- The Roma are a without a country.
- A historically constituted, stable community of people, formed on the basis of a common language, territory, economic life, and psychological make-up manifested in a common culture
- The Kurdish people constitute a in the Middle East
- (international law) A sovereign state.
- Though legally single nations, many states comprise several distinct cultural or ethnic groups.
- (chiefly dialect) extremely, Extremely; very
- I'm sorry for you. -- Mark Twain
- (cricket) a score of 111, sometimes considered to be unlucky (supposedly from the belief that Lord Nelson had one eye, one arm and one leg (disputed))
- a wrestling hold in which a wrestler's arm is locked behind his back
- A unit of attenuation used in transmission line theory; equivalent to 8.686 dB.
- A male given name.
- A city in northeastern England.
- A city in New South Wales, Australia, situated at the mouth of the Hunter River.
- A town in Northern Ireland.
- A town located in Lincoln County, Maine.
- A village located in Dixon County, Nebraska.
- A town located in McClain? County, Oklahoma.
- A town located in Young County, Texas.
- A town located in King County, Washington.
- A town located in Weston County, Wyoming.
- a surname
noun , (plural: Newton)
- newton (unit of measure)
- The name of many English places, from the Old English new settlement
- An English habitational surname for someone from any of these places
- w:Isaac Newton, Sir Isaac Newton, English physicist, mathematician, astronomer, alchemist, and natural philosopher
proper noun (plural Nicholases)
- (given name, male, from Greek). Best known for a legendary St. Nicholas, associated with Father Christmas.
- A European singing bird, Luscinia megarhynchos in the family Turdidae.
- (misspelling of, noble)
- Of or pertaining to a Nobel Prize.
- A male given name', meaning From the north.''
proper noun the North
- The Union during the American Civil War.
- The northern states of the United States.
- The northern part of any region.
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- Any of many placenames from words meaning north and enclosure
- An English habitational surname from any of these places
- A British motorcycle manufacturer
- French astrologer and author of prophecies
- Nunavut (Canadian territory)
- Nuoro (Italian city in Sardegna)
- (present participle of, nut)