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na US English

Scottish form of not, used after an auxiliary verb.

Na US English

The chemical element sodium

NA US English

National Army

Na New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

the chemical element sodium

sodium US English

The chemical element of atomic number 11, a soft silver-white reactive metal of the alkali metal group

Na in sodium US English

The chemical element of atomic number 11, a soft silver-white reactive metal of the alkali metal group

sodium New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

chemical element of atomic number 11

Na-Dene US English

Relating to a postulated phylum of North American Indian languages including the Athabaskan family, Tlingit, and (in some classifications) Haida

Tir-na-nog US English

A land of perpetual youth, the Irish equivalent of Elysium

Tir-na-nog New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

Irish equivalent of Elysium

Sheela-na-gig US English

A medieval stone figure of a naked female with the legs wide apart and the hands emphasizing the genitals, found in Britain and Ireland

O'Brien, Flann US English

(1911–66), Irish novelist and journalist; pseudonym of Brian O’Nolan. Writing under the name Myles na Gopaleen, he contributed a satirical column to the Irish Times for nearly twenty years. Notable novels: At Swim-Two-Birds (1939); The Third Policeman (1967)

Myles na Gopaleen in O'Brien, Flann US English

(1911–66), Irish novelist and journalist; pseudonym of Brian O’Nolan. Writing under the name Myles na Gopaleen, he contributed a satirical column to the Irish Times for nearly twenty years. Notable novels: At Swim-Two-Birds (1939); The Third Policeman (1967)

Myles na Gopaleen in O'Brien New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

Flann (1911–66), Irish writer; pseudonym of Brian O'Nolan; wrote also as Myles na Gopaleen


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