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NA US English

National Army

Na US English

The chemical element sodium

na US English

Scottish form of not, used after an auxiliary verb.

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

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

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)

NA English-Spanish

no corresponde

ña Spanish-English

shortened form of

ña in ño Spanish-English

abbreviation of

Na is the symbol for sodium in symbol English-Spanish

Na es el símbolo del sodio


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