N.N.

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See also: nn, nn., nN, NN, n̄ʻn̄, and -nn

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Latin nōmen nesciō

Proper noun[edit]

N.N.

  1. Used as a substitute for an unknown name or one that the writer wishes not to reveal.

Swedish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin nomen nescio (I do not know the name).

Initialism[edit]

N.N.

  1. An anonymous person, or a person of unknown name; John Doe