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ñ {letter}  :: letter
Ñ {letter}  :: The 15th letter of the Spanish alphabet
ñaña {f} [colloquial, Andes, Colombia]  :: sister, especially a liked one
ñaña {f} [colloquial, colloquial, Argentina, Ecuador, Peru]  :: sister
ñaña {f} [Latin America, dated]  :: nursemaid, wet nurse
ñaña {f} [Spain, rare, colloquial, dated]  :: maternal grandmother
ñañita {f} [Latin America, colloquial]  :: little sister
ñañita {f} [Chile, colloquial]  :: brat, spoiled, coddled, sometimes a term of endearment
ñañita {f} [Chile, rare]  :: small bruise, specially on small children
ñam {interj}  :: yum
ñam ñam ñam {interj}  :: nom nom nom
ñame {m}  :: yam
ñandú {m}  :: American ostrich, rhea, nandu
ñango {adj}  :: alternative form of ñengo
ñaño {m}  :: older brother
ñapa {f}  :: Something that is added, especially something that a merchant gives to a buyer to complete the amount requested, or something extra given as a bonus; a gratuity, lagniappe
ñato {adj}  :: snub-nosed
ñau {interj}  :: meow, miaow
ñefle {m} [vulgar, Chile]  :: a penis, dick
ñema {f} [Costa Rica]  :: tip of the penis, glans
ñengo {adj} [colloquial, Mexico]  :: sickly, stunted, weak
ñeque {m} [Colombia]  :: agouti
ñew {interj} [Chile]  :: mew, meow, miaow
ñáñigo {adj}  :: referring to the members of the Abakuá, an Afro-Cuban men’s secret society
ñisñil {m}  :: cattail
n {letter}  :: letter
{pron}  :: eye dialect of nada
n. {m}  :: abbreviation of nombre
n.º {n}  :: abbreviation of número
N {letter}  :: The 14th letter of the Spanish alphabet
N {abbr}  :: abbreviation of norte; north
na {contraction} [obsolete]  :: en la
NA {abbr}  :: Nayarit (Mexican state)
naam {m}  :: naan (bread)
naba {f}  :: (botanical) rape, swede, rutabaga
nabaja {f}  :: obsolete spelling of navaja
nabal {adj}  :: Of, or pertaining to turnips
nabar {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to turnips
nabar {m}  :: Place where turnips are grown
nabo {m}  :: turnip
nabo {m}  :: any thick root
nabo {m} [nautical]  :: mast
nabo {m}  :: heart (of split wood)
nabo {m} [slang]  :: penis
naboriano {adj}  :: of or pertaining to Nabor, or Nabor and Felix, Christian martyrs
Nabucodonosor {prop}  :: Nebuchadnezzar (Biblical king)
nacarado {adj}  :: nacreous, pearly
nacarado {adj}  :: Decorated or laden with nacre
nacatamal {m} [Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua]  :: A tamale filled with pork or chicken, rice, potatoes, herbs, spices, and other ingredients
nacer {v}  :: to be born, to sprout, to begin to grow; to hatch (out)
nacer {v}  :: to grow; to rise, to have its source (river); to rise (sun); to have its roots
nacer con estrella {v} [idiomatic]  :: to be jammy (lucky)
nacho {m}  :: nacho
Nacho {prop} {m}  :: given name
Nacianzo {prop}  :: Nazianzus
nacido {adj}  :: born
nacido {adj}  :: natural, inborn, innate
nacido {m}  :: human being
nacido {m} [medicine]  :: growth, tumour
naciencia {f} [obsolete]  :: birth
naciente {adj}  :: nascent, new
nacimiento {m} [medicine]  :: birth (The act of being born)
nacimiento {m}  :: birth (beginning; start)
nacimiento {m}  :: crib (biblical eg. nativity)
nación {f}  :: nation
nacional {adj}  :: national (of or pertaining to a nation)
nacional {adj}  :: national (native to a nation)
nacional {m}  :: A member of the national militia
nacionalcatólico {adj}  :: nationalistic Catholic (relating to the National Catholicism ideology)
nacionalidad {f}  :: nationality
nacionalismo {m}  :: nationalism
nacionalista {mf}  :: nationalist
nacionalista {adj}  :: nationalist
nacionalización {f}  :: nationalization
nacionalizador {adj}  :: nationalizing, uniting
nacionalizar {v}  :: to nationalize
nacionalmente {adv}  :: nationally
nacionalsocialismo {m}  :: National Socialism; Nazism
nacionalsocialista {adj}  :: National Socialist; Nazi
nacionalsocialista {mf}  :: National Socialist; Nazi
Naciones Unidas {prop} {f}  :: United Nations
naco {adj} [Mexico, pejorative]  :: Indigenous; Indian
naco {adj} [Mexico, pejorative]  :: Uncultured; backwards; vulgar
nada {pron}  :: nothing, zero, zilch
nada {pron} [when used with a negative verb]  :: anything
nada {f}  :: nothingness
nada del otro mundo {phrase}  :: nothing special, nothing to write home about
nadadera {f} [swimming]  :: float
nadador {m}  :: swimmer
nadadora {f}  :: feminine noun of nadador
nadal {m} [dated]  :: Christmas day, Nativity day
nada más {pron}  :: nothing else
nada más {prep} [formal]  :: Just after, right after, upon
nadando {adj} [heraldry]  :: naiant
nadar {vi}  :: to swim
nadar {vi}  :: to be swimming in (used with "en")
nadar y tener la ropa {v} [idiomatic]  :: to have one's cake and eat it
nadie {pron}  :: no one, nobody; anyone, anybody
nadie es perfecto {phrase}  :: nobody's perfect
naíf {adj}  :: naive
nafa {f}  :: naphta
naúfraga {f}  :: feminine of naúfrago
naúfrago {adj}  :: shipwrecked
naúfrago {m}  :: One who is shipwrecked
nafta {f}  :: petroleum ether
nafta {f} [Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay]  :: petrol, gasoline, gas
naftalato {m} [chemistry]  :: naphthalate
naftaleno {m}  :: naphthalene
naftalina {f}  :: naphthalene
naftero {adj} [of a vehicle]  :: Powered with gasoline (not diesel)
naftilo {m} [organic chemistry]  :: naphthyl
Nagorno-Karabaj {prop} {m}  :: Nagorno-Karabakh (region in South Caucasus)
nagua {f}  :: skirt
nagual {m}  :: alternative form of nahual
naguatata {f}  :: feminine noun of naguatato
naguatato {m}  :: obsolete spelling of nahuatlato
naguatlata {f}  :: feminine noun of naguatlato
naguatlato {m}  :: alternative form of nahuatlato
Nahúm {prop} {m} [bible]  :: Nahum (the book of the Bible)
nahua {adj}  :: Nahua
nahua {mf}  :: Nahua
nahual {m} [Central America, Mexico]  :: sorcerer
nahual {m} [Central America, Mexico]  :: healer, witch doctor
nahual {m} [in Mesoamerican mythology]  :: nahual (animal form which a person may take)
nahual {m} [in Mesoamerican mythology]  :: nahual (person able to take animal form)
nahuatlato {m} [historical]  :: A person who spoke Nahuatl and Spanish and could serve as an interpreter
nahuatlato {m}  :: A person who speaks, studies or translates Nahuatl
nahuatlismo {m}  :: Nahuatlism
nahuizalqueña {f}  :: feminine noun of nahuizalqueño
nahuizalqueño {adj}  :: Of or from the municipality of Nahuizalco in El Salvador
nahuizalqueño {m}  :: An inhabitant of the municipality of Nahuizalco in El Salvador
naif {adj}  :: naive
nailon {m}  :: nylon
naipe {m}  :: playing card
naipe {m} [in plural]  :: deck of cards
Naipyidó {prop}  :: Naypyidaw
naira {f}  :: naira
Nairobi {prop}  :: Nairobi
Najicheván {prop}  :: Nakhichevan
Najodka {prop}  :: Nakhodka
naled {m}  :: naled (insecticide)
nalga {f}  :: buttock
nalgada {f}  :: spanking, a beating on the bottom
nalgada {f}  :: a hit given with the buttocks
nalgada {f} [archaic]  :: a pig's pernil
nalgatorio {m} [colloquial]  :: bottom, buttocks, posterior, behind, fanny
nalgatorio {m}  :: (Nicaragua) (colloquial) great butt
nalgón {adj}  :: having big buttocks
nalguear {vi}  :: to move the buttocks excessively while walking
nalguear {vt} [Costa Rica and Mexico]  :: to spank
nalguita {f}  :: diminutive of nalga
naloxona {f}  :: naloxone
namasté {interj}  :: namaste (an interjection)
Namibia {prop} {f}  :: Namibia
namibio {adj}  :: Namibian
namibio {m}  :: Namibian
Namur {prop} {m}  :: Namur (province)
Namur {prop} {m}  :: Namur (city)
Naún {prop} {m}  :: Nahum
nana {f} [Latin America]  :: nanny
nana {f} [colloquial]  :: granny, grandmother
nana {f}  :: lullaby
nanacate {m} [Mexico]  :: An edible or hallucinogenic mushroom
nance {m}  :: A fruit tree of the species Byrsonima crassifolia in the acerola family
nance {m}  :: The fruit of this tree
nance {m}  :: A kind of coffee grown in Costa Rica
nanómetro {m}  :: nanometre
nano- {prefix}  :: nano-
nano {m}  :: man, dude
nanocoulomb {m} [physics]  :: nanocoloumb
nanocápsula {f}  :: nanocapsule
nanoculombio {m} [physics]  :: nanocoulomb
nanofaradio {m} [physics]  :: nanofarad
nanofósil {m} [paleontology]  :: nanofossil
nanogramo {m}  :: nanogram
nanoherramienta {f}  :: nanotool
nanohilo {m}  :: nanowire
nanomáquina {f}  :: nanomachine
nanopartícula {f}  :: nanoparticle
nanorrobótica {f}  :: nanorobotics
nanoscópico {adj}  :: nanoscopic
nanosegundo {m}  :: nanosecond
nanotecnología {f}  :: nanotechnology
nanotransportador {m}  :: nanotransporter
nanotubo {m}  :: nanotube
nansú {m}  :: nainsook
napalm {m}  :: napalm
napias {fp}  :: nose
Napoleón {prop} {m}  :: Napoleon
napoleónico {adj}  :: Napoleonic
napolitana {f}  :: pain au chocolat
napolitana {f}  :: feminine of napolitano
napolitano {adj}  :: Neapolitan
napolitano {m}  :: Neapolitan (person)
napolitano {m}  :: Neapolitan (language)
naranja {adj}  :: orange (having orange color)
naranja {f}  :: orange (fruit)
naranja {m}  :: orange (color)
naranjada {f}  :: orangeade
naranjal {m}  :: orange grove
naranja sanguina {f}  :: blood orange
naranjero {adj}  :: Of or related to oranges or orange growing
naranjero {m}  :: Someone who grows or sells oranges
naranjero {m}  :: An orange tree
naranjilla {f}  :: A naranjilla (subtropical plant)
naranjilla {f}  :: A naranjilla (fruit)
naranjita {f}  :: diminutive of naranja
naranjiteña {f}  :: feminine noun of naranjiteño
naranjiteño {adj}  :: Of or from Naranjito
naranjiteño {m}  :: Someone from Naranjito
naranjo {m}  :: orange tree
naranjo chino {m}  :: a kumquat
naranjo enano {m}  :: a kumquat
narca {f}  :: feminine noun of narco
narcicismo {m}  :: narcissism
Narcisa {prop} {m}  :: given name, feminine form of Narciso. Name of a 19th century Peruvian saint
narcisismo {m}  :: narcissism
narcisista {adj}  :: narcissistic
narcisista {mf}  :: narcissist
narciso {m}  :: daffodil
Narciso {prop} {m} [Greek mythology]  :: Narcissus
Narciso {prop} {m}  :: given name, borne by several saints
narco {m}  :: drug dealer, drug lord
narco {m} [colloquial]  :: drug trafficking
narco- {prefix}  :: narco-
narcoactividad {f}  :: activity in the narcotics industry
narcoavioneta {f}  :: aircraft used in the narcotics industry
narcobarón {m}  :: narcotics baron
narcocorrido {m} [Mexico, music]  :: narcocorrido
narcocultivo {m}  :: drug cultivation
narcocultura {f}  :: The culture associated with the Latin American drug trade
narcocumbre {f}  :: A summit held by multiple drug cartels
narcodictadura {f}  :: narco-dictatorship
narcodólar {m} [usually plural]  :: narcodollar
narcoeconomía {f}  :: The narcoeconomy
narcoestado {m}  :: narcostate
narcofiesta {f}  :: A party held by a drug cartel
narcofosa {f}  :: A makeshift grave of someone killed by a drug cartel
narcogobierno {m}  :: A government run by a drug cartel
narcoguerrilla {f}  :: narcoguerrilla
narcoindulto {m}  :: pardoning of a narcotics criminal
narcoinvernadero {m}  :: greenhouse used to grow illegal drugs
narcolaboratorio {m}  :: drug lab
narcolancha {f}  :: speedboat used in the narcotics industry
narcolepsia {f}  :: narcolepsy
narcomansión {m}  :: A mansion owned by a druglord
narcomanta {m}  :: A message left by a drug cartel on a cloth banner, usually containing threats or explanations of criminal activity
narcomayoreo {m}  :: the sale of illegal drugs in large quantities; illegal drug trade
narcomensaje {m}  :: A message left by a drug cartel, usually containing threats or explanations of criminal activity
narcomenudeo {m}  :: the sale of illegal drugs in relatively small quantities
narcomenudista {mf} [Mexico]  :: A small-time drug dealer
narconovela {f}  :: A story of narcotics
narcoperiodismo {m}  :: journalism related to narcotics
narcopolítico {m}  :: A politician who works for the drug cartels
narcopolítico {adj}  :: Of or relating to the politics of drug dealing
narcosanta {f}  :: A saint worshipped in the religious practices associated with the drug cartels
narcosanto {m}  :: A saint worshipped in the religious practices associated with the drug cartels
narcosobrino {m}  :: Either of the two nephews of Nicolás Maduro, arrested for drug trafficking
narcoterapia {f}  :: narcotherapy
narcoterrorismo {m}  :: narcoterrorism
narcoterrorista {mf}  :: narcoterrorist
narcotest {m}  :: drug test
narcotiendita {f} [Mexico, slang]  :: A place where small quantities of drugs are sold on the street
narcotización {f}  :: narcotization
narcotizar {v}  :: to drug, to administer narcotics
narcotúnel {m}  :: a tunnel used by narcotics dealer
narcotraficante {mf}  :: drug trafficker
narcotráfico {m}  :: drug trafficking
narcozoológico {m}  :: A private zoo owned by a druglord
narcótico {adj}  :: narcotic
narcótico {m}  :: drug
nardo {m}  :: nard, spikenard (Nardostachys grandiflora or Nardostachys jatamansi)
narghile {m}  :: alternative form of narguile
narguile {m}  :: hookah (pipe)
Narian-Mar {prop}  :: Naryan-Mar
narices {adv}  :: the heck; on earth
naricilla {f}  :: diminutive of nariz
naricita {f}  :: diminutive of nariz, little nose
nariñense {adj}  :: Of or from Nariño Department
nariñense {mf}  :: Someone from Nariño Department
narigudo {adj}  :: big-nosed
narina {f}  :: nostril
nariz {f}  :: nose (organ on face)
nariz {f}  :: nose; smell (sense of smell)
narizón {adj}  :: Having a large nose
narración {f}  :: narration, story
narrador {m}  :: narrator, storyteller
narradora {f}  :: feminine noun of narrador
narrar {v}  :: to narrate
narrativa {f}  :: narrative
narrativa {f}  :: narration
narrativamente {adv}  :: narratively
narratividad {f}  :: narrativity
narrativo {adj}  :: narrative
Narvaez {prop}  :: surname
narval {m}  :: narwhal
nasa {f}  :: weir
nasa {f}  :: fish-trap
nasal {adj}  :: nasal
nasal {f}  :: nasal, nasal consonant
nasalidad {f}  :: nasality
nasalización {f}  :: nasalisation
nasofaríngeo {adj}  :: nasopharyngeal
nasogeniano {adj}  :: nasogenian
nasogástrico {adj}  :: nasogastric
nasserismo {m}  :: Nasserism
nastuerzo {m}  :: alternative spelling of mastuerzo
Nasáu {prop} {m}  :: Nassau
nata {f}  :: (dairy) cream
nata {f}  :: skin (on boiled milk)
nata {f}  :: elite
nata {f} [in plural]  :: whipped cream; custard
Nata {prop} {f}  :: A diminutive of the female given name Renata
natación {f}  :: swimming
natación sincronizada {f}  :: synchronized swimming
natal {adj}  :: natal
natal {adj}  :: native
natal {adj}  :: home
Natalia {prop} {f}  :: given name
natalicio {adj}  :: Of, or pertaining to someone's birthday
natalicio {m} [formal]  :: birth, birthday
natalidad {f}  :: birth rate
Natalio {prop} {m}  :: given name. The masculine form of Natalia
nata montada {f}  :: whipped cream
Natan {prop} {m}  :: given name, equivalent to Nathan
natatorio {adj}  :: swimming
Nati {prop} {f}  :: A diminutive of the female given name Natalia
natilla {f} [Costa Rica]  :: sour cream
nativa americana {f}  :: Native American
nativamente {adv}  :: natively
natividad {f}  :: nativity or birth
Natividad {prop} {f}  :: given name
nativismo {m}  :: nativism
nativo {adj}  :: native
nativo {m}  :: native of a place
nativo americano {m}  :: Native American
Natán {prop} {m}  :: given name, equivalent to Nathan
nato {adj}  :: born
natío {adj} [disuse]  :: native, natural
natío {m} [disuse]  :: birth
natío {m} [disuse]  :: nature (inherent features of something)
natriurético {adj}  :: natriuretic
natrón {m}  :: natron
natrolita {f}  :: natrolite
natura {f}  :: nature
natural {adj}  :: natural
naturaleza {f}  :: nature
naturaleza humana {f}  :: human nature
naturaleza muerta {f}  :: still life
naturalidad {f}  :: naturalness
naturalismo {m} [arts, philosophy]  :: naturalism
naturalista {adj}  :: naturalist (all senses)
naturalista {mf}  :: naturalist (all senses)
naturalización {f}  :: naturalization
naturalizado {adj}  :: naturalized
naturalizar {v}  :: to naturalize
naturalmente {adv}  :: naturally, of course
naturismo {m}  :: The belief in using natural products to protect health and treat illness
naturista {adj}  :: natural; healthful by means of natural products
naturista {mf}  :: A person who believes in the preservation of health by natural means
naturopatía {f}  :: naturopathy
naturópata {mf}  :: naturopathist
naufragar {v}  :: to be shipwrecked
naufragar {v}  :: to fail, founder
naufragar {v}  :: fall, go down (to be defeated)
naufragio {m}  :: shipwreck
Nauru {prop} {m}  :: Nauru
nauruana {f}  :: feminine noun of nauruano
nauruano {adj}  :: Nauruan
nauruano {m}  :: Nauruan
Nausícaa {prop} {f}  :: Nausicaa
nauseabundo {adj}  :: nauseating, sickening
nauta {mf}  :: seaman
-nauta {suffix}  :: -naut (forms nouns meaning a voyager)
nautilo {m}  :: nautilus
navaja {f}  :: razor
navaja {f}  :: penknife, jackknife
navaja {f}  :: razor shell, razor clam (edible clam of genus Ensis)
navaja de afeitar {f}  :: straight razor, cut-throat razor
navaja de Occam {f}  :: Occam's razor
navajazo {m}  :: stab with a knife
navajina {f}  :: diminutive of navaja
navajo {adj}  :: Navajo
navajo {m}  :: Navajo
naval {adj} [nautical]  :: naval (of or relating to a navy)
navarra {f}  :: feminine of navarro
Navarra {prop} {f}  :: Navarra (autonomous community/and/province)
Navarra {prop} {f}  :: The letter N in the Spanish phonetic alphabet
navarrismo {m}  :: Pro-Navarra feelings
navarro {adj}  :: Navarrese
navarro {m}  :: Navarrese
Navarro {prop}  :: surname
nave {f}  :: ship
nave {f} [architecture]  :: nave, aisle
navecilla {f}  :: diminutive of nave
navecita {f}  :: diminutive of nave
nave espacial {f}  :: spaceship, spacecraft
navegabilidad {f}  :: navigability
navegable {adj}  :: sailable, navigable
navegación {f}  :: navigation
navegación {f}  :: sailing
navegador {adj} [nautical]  :: navigating
navegador {m} [nautical]  :: navigator
navegador {m} [computing]  :: browser (software component capable of rendering HTML)
navegadora {f}  :: feminine noun of navegador
navegador GPS {m} [technology]  :: GPS receiver, satnav
navegador web {m} [computing]  :: browser (software component capable of rendering HTML)
navegante {mf}  :: navigator
navegante {mf}  :: mariner, sailor
navegar {v}  :: to navigate, to sail
navegar {v} [Internet]  :: to surf, to navigate
navicular {adj}  :: navicular
navicular {m}  :: navicular bone
navidad {f}  :: alternative letter-case form of Navidad
Navidad {prop} {f}  :: Nativity; the birth of Jesus Christ
Navidad {prop} {f}  :: Christmas; the feast day celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ
Navidad {prop} {f} [sometimes used in the plural]  :: Christmastide, Christmas time, Christmas season, the time between Christmas and Epiphany
Navidades {f}  :: The Christmas season; yuletide
navideño {adj}  :: related to Christmas
naviera {f}  :: shipowner
naviera {f}  :: shipping company
naviero {adj}  :: shipping
naviero {m}  :: ship operator
naviero {m}  :: shipowner
navío {m}  :: large ship
navy {m}  :: navy (marine forces)
Nayarit {prop} {m}  :: Nayarit (state)
nayarita {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the Mexican state of Nayarit
Nayeli {prop} {f} [Latin America]  :: given name
nazareno {adj}  :: Nazarene
nazareno {adj}  :: from Dos Hermanas, a city in Seville
nazareno {m}  :: Nazarene
nazareno {m}  :: Someone from Dos Hermanas, a city in Seville
Nazaret {prop} {m}  :: Nazaret (city)
nazi {mf}  :: Nazi
nazi {adj}  :: Nazi
nazismo {m}  :: Nazism
nazista {adj}  :: Nazi
nazista {mf}  :: Nazi
nébeda {f}  :: catnip
núbil {adj}  :: nubile
nácar {m}  :: nacre, mother of pearl
núcleo {m}  :: nucleus
núcleo atómico {m} [physics]  :: atomic nucleus
néctar {m}  :: nectar (all senses)
nódulo {m}  :: module
neandertal {m}  :: a neanderthal
neanderthal {adj}  :: neanderthal
neblina {f}  :: fog
neblina {f}  :: haze
neblinoso {adj}  :: misty, foggy
nebliselva {f}  :: cloud forest
Nebraska {prop} {f}  :: Nebraska
nebrediano {adj}  :: Made by, or in the style of, Vicente Nebrada, a Venezuelan dancer and choreographer
nebrina {f}  :: prickly juniper berry
nebulizador {m}  :: nebulizer
nebulosa planetaria {f}  :: planetary nebula
nebulosidad {f}  :: nebulosity
nebuloso {adj}  :: cloudy, overcast
nebuloso {adj}  :: unclear, uncertain
necaxista {adj} [attributive, football]  :: Club Necaxa
necaxista {mf} [football]  :: Someone associated with Club Necaxa, as a fan, player, coach etc
necedad {f}  :: foolishness, stupidity
necedad {f}  :: a foolish or stupid action
necedad {f}  :: stubbornness
necesariamente {adv}  :: necessarily
necesario {adj}  :: necessary
neceser {m}  :: washbag, toilet bag, sponge bag
necesidad {f}  :: need
necesidad {f}  :: necessity
necesidad {f}  :: neediness, state of being in need
necesitado {adj}  :: needy, in need (of)
necesitan ayuda {phrase} [polite, plural, Latin America]  :: do you need help?
necesitar {vt}  :: to need
necesitas ayuda {phrase} [familiar]  :: do you need help?
necesita usted ayuda {phrase} [polite]  :: do you need help?
necesitáis ayuda {phrase} [familiar, plural, Spain]  :: do you need help?
necesito papel higiénico {phrase}  :: I need toilet paper
necesito su ayuda {phrase} [polite]  :: I need your help
necesito tu ayuda {phrase} [familiar]  :: I need your help
necesito una bebida {phrase}  :: I need a drink
necesito una copa {phrase}  :: I need a drink (alcoholic)
necesito un condón {phrase}  :: I need a condom
necessario {adj}  :: obsolete spelling of necesario
necessidad {f}  :: obsolete spelling of necesidad
neciamente {adv}  :: foolishly
necio {adj}  :: stupid, ignorant
necio {adj}  :: stubborn
necio {m}  :: fool
necrófago {m} [biology]  :: necrophage (organism that eats dead or decaying flesh)
necrófago {adj} [biology]  :: necrophagous (that eats dead or decaying flesh)
necrófila {f}  :: necrophiliac (person who engages in necrophilia)
necrófilo {m}  :: necrophiliac (person who engages in necrophilia)
necro- {prefix}  :: necro-
necrodactilia {f}  :: The process of fingerprinting a corpse
necrofilia {f}  :: necrophilia
necrofílico {adj}  :: necrophilic
necrofílico {m}  :: necrophile, necrophiliac
necrofobia {f}  :: necrophobia
necrológico {adj}  :: obituary
necrológico {adj}  :: necrological
necrología {f}  :: necrology
necromancía {f}  :: alternative form of necromancia
necromancia {f}  :: necromancy
necropsia {f}  :: necropsy, autopsy
necrosis {f}  :: necrosis
necrotizante {adj}  :: necrotizing (causing necrosis)
necrópolis {f}  :: necropolis
nectarina {f}  :: nectarine
nectario {m} [botany]  :: nectary
nectarívoro {m}  :: nectarivore
necton {m} [biology]  :: nekton
nectáreo {adj}  :: nectarous; nectareous
neerlandesa {f}  :: feminine noun of neerlandés
Neerlandia {prop} {f}  :: Holland
neerlandés {adj}  :: Dutch, Netherlandish (from or native to the Netherlands)
neerlandés {adj}  :: Dutch, Netherlandish (pertaining to the Netherlands)
neerlandés {m}  :: a Dutchman
neerlandés {m}  :: the Dutch (Netherlandish) language (including Flemish)
nefando {adj}  :: vile; nefarious
nefasto {adj}  :: ill-omened, ominous
nefasto {adj}  :: disgraceful, loathsome
nefelina {f} [mineral]  :: nepheline
neófita {f}  :: feminine of neófito
neófito {m}  :: neophyte, novice
nefología {f}  :: nephology
nefridio {m}  :: nephridium
nefrita {f} [mineral]  :: nephrite
nefritis {f}  :: nephritis
nefróloga {f}  :: feminine noun of nefrólogo
nefrólogo {m}  :: nephrologist
nefroesclerótico {adj}  :: nephrosclerotic
nefrológico {adj}  :: nephrological
nefrología {f}  :: nephrology
nefrona {f}  :: nephron
nefropatía {f}  :: nephropathy
nefrosclerosis {f}  :: nephrosclerosis
nefrítico {adj}  :: nephritic
negación {f}  :: denial
negacionismo {m}  :: denial (especially on a large scale)
negacionista {adj}  :: denialist (relating to denial in a controversial debate)
negacionista {mf}  :: denialist (one who denies an assertion in a controversial debate)
negado {adj}  :: incompetent, hopeless
negador {adj}  :: denying; refuting
negadísimo {adj}  :: superlative of negado
negar {v}  :: to deny
negar {vr}  :: to refuse
negativa {f}  :: refusal, denial
negativamente {adv}  :: negatively
negatividad {f}  :: negativity
negativo {adj}  :: negative
negativo {m}  :: minus sign
negativo {m}  :: negative (photographic)
negligencia {f}  :: neglect
negligencia {f}  :: malpractice
negligente {adj}  :: negligent, careless
negligentemente {adv}  :: negligently
negligir {v}  :: to neglect
negociable {adj}  :: negotiable
negociación {f}  :: negotiation
negociador {m}  :: negotiator
negociadora {f}  :: feminine noun of negociador
negociante {mf}  :: a businessman
negociar {v}  :: to negotiate
negociazo {m}  :: augmentative of negocio
negocio {m}  :: business, enterprise (commercial enterprise or establishment)
negocio {m}  :: deal (a particular instance of buying or selling, a transaction)
negocio {m}  :: deal (agreement between parties)
negocio {m}  :: shop
negra {f}  :: feminine noun of negro
negra {f}  :: black woman, negress
negra {f} [music]  :: crotchet, quarter note
negra {f} [chess]  :: black piece
negra {f}  :: bad luck
negrecer {v}  :: to turn black, become black
negrero {m}  :: slaver (especially of black slaves)
negrero {adj}  :: tyrannical
negriazul {adj}  :: black and blue
negrificar {v}  :: to blackify
negrillo {m}  :: diminutive of negro
negrita {f} [typography]  :: boldface, bold type
negrita {f} [slang]  :: darling, sweetheart
negrita {f} [slang]  :: black woman, black girl
negrito {m}  :: A person of African descent
negritud {f}  :: negritude
negro {m}  :: the black colour
negro {m}  :: the black ethnicity
negro {m}  :: ghost writer
negro {adj}  :: black (color)
negro {adj}  :: dirty
negro {adj}  :: sad
negro {adj}  :: clandestine
negro {adj} [Spain]  :: angry
negro de la uña {m} [archaic, idiom]  :: iota; tad; inkling
negrofobia {f}  :: Negrophobia
negroide {m}  :: negroid
negrísimo {adj}  :: superlative of negro
negrura {f}  :: blackness
negrura {f}  :: darkness
negruzco {adj}  :: blackish
Nehemías {prop} {m} [bible]  :: Nehemiah (the book of the Bible)
nejayote {m}  :: The limewater used in nixtamalization
nelore {m}  :: Nelore (cow breed)
nematocisto {m} [zoology]  :: nematocyst
nematodo {m}  :: nematode, roundworm
nematología {f}  :: nematology
nematomorfo {m} [zoology]  :: nematomorph
nemertino {m}  :: nemertean
nemotecnia {f}  :: mnemonic (memory device)
Nemrod {prop}  :: Nimrod
neón {m}  :: neon
neón {m} [colloquial]  :: neon light, fluorescent lamp
nené {m} [colloquial]  :: kid, kiddo
nena {f}  :: baby girl. feminine noun of nene
nena {f} [slang]  :: term of endearment to a woman or girl. babe, dear
nenaza {f} [colloquial]  :: chicken, yellow belly
nene {m}  :: baby
nenúfar {m}  :: water lily, white waterlily
nenita {f} [Argentina]  :: diminutive of nena; sistergirl, homegirl, girlfriend, honey
nenito {m}  :: diminutive of nene
nenuca {f}  :: little girl
neo- {prefix}  :: neo-
neoandino {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to a modern style of architecture from the Andes
neobarroco {adj}  :: Neo-Baroque
neobizantino {adj}  :: Neo-Byzantine
neocaledonio {adj}  :: New Caledonian
neocaledonio {m}  :: New Caledonian
neocelandés {adj}  :: of, or relating to, New Zealand
neocelandés {m}  :: New Zealander
neocentralista {m}  :: neocentralist
neoclasicismo {m}  :: neoclassicism
neoclásica {f}  :: feminine noun of neoclásico
neoclásico {adj}  :: neoclassical
neoclásico {m}  :: neoclassicist
neococina {f}  :: nouvelle cuisine
neocolonia {f}  :: neo-colony
neocolonial {adj}  :: neocolonial
neocolonialista {adj}  :: neocolonialist
neocolonialista {mf}  :: neocolonialist
neocon {m}  :: neocon
neoconcretismo {m}  :: neoconcretism
neoconservador {adj}  :: neoconservative
neoconservadurismo {m}  :: New Conservatism
neocórtex {m}  :: neocortex
neodictadura {f}  :: neodictatorship
neodimio {m}  :: neodymium
neoescocés {adj}  :: Nova Scotian
neoescocés {m}  :: Nova Scotian
neofascismo {m}  :: neofascism
neofascista {adj}  :: neofascist
neofascista {mf}  :: neofascist
neofiguración {f}  :: neo-figurative art
neoflavonoide {m} [organic chemistry]  :: neoflavonoid
neofobia {f} [psychology]  :: neophobia
neognato {m}  :: neognath
neogranadino {adj}  :: Of or from New Granada
neogranadino {m}  :: Someone from New Granada
neogótico {adj}  :: neogothic
neohablante {mf}  :: A person in a new generation who speaks a minority language
neoimperialista {adj}  :: neoimperialist
neoimperialista {mf}  :: neoimperialist
neokeynesiano {adj}  :: Neo-Keynesian
neolengua {f}  :: newspeak
neoleonés {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the Mexican state of Nuevo León
neoliberal {adj}  :: neoliberal
neoliberalismo {m}  :: neoliberalism
neologismo {m}  :: neologism (all senses)
neolítico {adj}  :: neolithic
neomachismo {m}  :: neomasculinity
neomercantilista {mf}  :: neomercantilist
neomodernismo {m}  :: neomodernism
neonacionalismo {m}  :: neonationalism
neonacionalista {mf}  :: neo-Nazi
neonata {f}  :: feminine noun of neonato
neonatal {adj}  :: neonatal
neonatóloga {f}  :: neonatologist
neonatólogo {m}  :: neonatologist
neonato {m}  :: newborn
neonatología {f}  :: neonatology
neonazi {adj}  :: neo-Nazi
neonazi {mf}  :: neo-Nazi
neonazista {adj}  :: neo-Nazi
neonazista {mf}  :: neo-Nazi
neontología {f}  :: neontology
neopalladiano {adj}  :: neo-Palladian
neopentecostal {adj}  :: neo-Pentecostal
neopitagórico {adj}  :: neopythagorean
neoplasia {f}  :: neoplasia
neoplasia {f}  :: neoplasm
neoplatónico {adj}  :: Neoplatonic
neoplástico {adj}  :: neoplastic
neopopulismo {m}  :: neopopulism
neopreno {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: neoprene
neopreno {m}  :: wetsuit
neoprogresista {adj}  :: neo-progressive
neorrealismo {m}  :: neorealism
neorrealista {adj}  :: neorealist
neorrealista {mf}  :: neorealist
neorrenacentista {adj} [attributive]  :: Renaissance Revival
neorromántico {adj}  :: neo-romantic
neotaberna {f}  :: wine bar
neotipo {m}  :: neotype
neotérico {adj}  :: neoteric
neotropical {adj}  :: neotropical
neoumbilicoplastia {f} [surgery]  :: neoumbilicoplasty
neovanguardista {adj}  :: neo-avant-garde
neovasco {adj}  :: neo-Basque
neoyorkino {adj}  :: alternative spelling of neoyorquino
neoyorkino {m}  :: alternative spelling of neoyorquino
neoyorquino {adj}  :: Of or relating to New York
neoyorquino {m}  :: A New Yorker; somebody from New York
neozelandesa {f}  :: feminine noun of neozelandés
neozelandés {adj}  :: of, or relating to, New Zealand
neozelandés {m}  :: New Zealander (a person from New Zealand or of New Zealand descent)
nepalí {m}  :: alternative spelling of nepalés
Nepal {prop} {m}  :: Nepal
nepalesa {f}  :: feminine noun of nepalés
nepalés {adj}  :: Nepali
nepalés {m}  :: Nepali
Nephtalí {prop}  :: Naphtali (Biblical character and tribe)
nepotismo {m}  :: nepotism
nepotista {adj}  :: nepotistic
nepotista {mf}  :: nepotist
neptunio {m}  :: neptunium
Neptuno {prop} {m}  :: Neptune
nerca {f} [vesre]  :: meat
nerd {mf}  :: nerd
nerda {f}  :: feminine noun of nerdo
nerdaco {m}  :: nerd, geek
nerdo {m} [slang]  :: nerd
Nerea {prop} {f}  :: given name
nereida {f}  :: nereid
Nerón {prop} {m}  :: Nero (Roman emperor)
neroniano {adj}  :: Neronian (of or pertaining to the emperor Nero)
neroniano {adj}  :: ruthless, cruel
nerítico {adj}  :: neritic
nervado {adj}  :: nervate; nerved
nervadura {f} [botany]  :: midrib, nerve (of a plant leaf)
nervadura {f} [architecture]  :: rib (of a building, especially a vault)
nerviación {f} [botany]  :: nerve
nervio {m}  :: nerve
nervio ciático {m}  :: sciatic nerve
nervio craneal {m} [anatomy]  :: cranial nerve
nervio facial {m}  :: facial nerve
nervio óptico {m} [anatomy]  :: optic nerve
nerviosamente {adv}  :: nervously
nerviosidad {f}  :: nervousness
nerviosismo {m}  :: nervousness
nervioso {adj}  :: nervous
nerviosísimo {adj}  :: superlative of nervioso
nervio trigémino {m}  :: trigeminal nerve
nervudo {adj} [of a person]  :: wiry, sinewy
nervudo {adj}  :: tough, robust
nesga {f} [fabric]  :: gore
nesosilicato {m}  :: nesosilicate
nestorianismo {m}  :: Nestorianism
netamente {adv}  :: solely, genuinely
netbook {m}  :: netbook
neto {adj}  :: net (remaining after deductions)
networking {m}  :: networking (meeting new people)
neuma {m} [music]  :: neume (sign used in early musical notation)
neumóloga {f}  :: feminine noun of neumólogo
neumólogo {m}  :: pulmonologist
neumocócico {adj}  :: pneumococcal
neumococo {m}  :: pneumococcus (bacterium)
neumológico {adj}  :: pulmonological
neumología {f}  :: pneumology
neumonía {f}  :: pneumonia
neumotórax {m} [medical]  :: pneumothorax
neumópata {adj}  :: suffering from lung disease
neumático {adj}  :: pneumatic
neumático {m}  :: tyre (of an automobile)
neumático liso {m} [auto racing]  :: slick (tire with a smooth surface instead of a tread pattern)
neuquino {adj}  :: of or from Neuquén
neuquino {m}  :: Someone from Neuqén
neural {adj}  :: neural
neuralgia {f} [pathology, neurology]  :: neuralgia
neuraminato {m}  :: neuraminate
neuraminidasa {f} [enzyme]  :: neuraminidase
neuramínico {adj}  :: neuraminic
neurastenia {f} [psychiatry]  :: neurasthenia (condition characterized by lassitude, fatigue, headache and irritability)
neuritis {f}  :: neuritis
neurálgico {adj}  :: neuralgic
neurálgico {adj}  :: central or decisive to a situation, problem, etc
neurólogo {m}  :: neurologist
neuro- {prefix}  :: neuro-
neuroactivo {adj}  :: neuroactive
neuroanatomista {mf}  :: neuroanatomist
neurobióloga {f}  :: neurobiologist
neurobiólogo {m}  :: neurobiologist
neurobiología {f}  :: neurobiology
neurociencia {f}  :: neuroscience
neurocientífico {adj}  :: neuroscientific
neurocirugía {f} [surgery]  :: neurosurgery
neurocirujana {f}  :: feminine noun of neurocirujano
neurocirujano {m}  :: neurosurgeon
neurocognitivo {adj}  :: neurocognitive
neurocomportamiento {m}  :: neurobehavior
neurodegeneración {f}  :: neurodegeneration
neurodegenerativo {adj}  :: neurodegenerative
neurodermatitis {f} [dermatology]  :: neurodermatitis
neurodermitis {f}  :: alt form neurodermatitis
neurodesarrollo {m}  :: neurodevelopment
neuroendocrino {adj}  :: neuroendocrine
neuroestética {f}  :: neuroesthetics
neuroetología {f}  :: neuroethology
neurofibrilar {adj}  :: neurofibrillary
neurofibromatosis {f} [medicine]  :: neurofibromatosis
neurofisióloga {f}  :: neurophysiologist
neurofisiólogo {m}  :: neurophysiologist
neurofisiológico {adj}  :: neurophysiological
neurofisiología {f}  :: neurophysiology
neurogénesis {f}  :: neurogenesis
neurogénico {adj}  :: neurogenic
neuroide {adj}  :: neuroid, neuroidal
neuroimagen {f}  :: neuroimage
neurológico {adj}  :: neurological
neurolingüística {f}  :: neurolinguistics
neurología {f}  :: neurology
neuroma {m}  :: neuroma
neuromielitis {f}  :: neuromyelitis
neuromuscular {adj}  :: neuromuscular
neurona {f}  :: neuron; nerve cell
neuronal {adj}  :: neuronal
neuropatía {f} [pathology]  :: neuropathy
neuropatología {f}  :: neuropathology
neuroplasticidad {f}  :: neuroplasticity
neuropéptido {m}  :: neuropeptide
neuroprotección {f}  :: neuroprotection
neuroprotector {m}  :: neuroprotector
neuroprótesis {f}  :: neuroprosthesis
neuropsicológico {adj}  :: neuropsychological
neuropsiquiatra {mf}  :: neuropsychiatrist
neuropsiquiatría {f}  :: neuropsychiatry
neuropsiquiátrico {adj}  :: neuropsychiatric
neuropático {adj}  :: neuropathic
neurosicología {f}  :: neuropsychology
neurosis {f}  :: neurosis
neurosporaxantina {f} [organic compound]  :: neurosporaxanthin
neuroticismo {m}  :: neuroticism
neurotípico {adj}  :: neurotypical
neurotransmisión {f}  :: neurotransmission
neurotransmisor {m}  :: neurotransmitter
neuróptero {m}  :: neuropteran
neurótica {f}  :: feminine noun of neurótico
neurótico {adj}  :: neurotic
neurótico {m}  :: neurotic
neurótomo {m}  :: neurotome
neuston {m}  :: neuston
neutle {m} [Mexico]  :: pulque
neutral {adj}  :: neutral
neutralidad {f}  :: neutrality
neutralización {f}  :: neutralization
neutralizar {v}  :: to neutralise (UK), to neutralize (US)
neutrófilo {adj} [biology, medicine]  :: neutrophil (easily stained by neutral dyes)
neutrófilo {m} [biology, medicine]  :: neutrophil (a cell that is easily stained by neutral dyes)
neutrino {m}  :: neutrino
neutrino electrónico {m}  :: electron neutrino
neutrino muónico {m}  :: muon neutrino
neutrino tauónico {m}  :: tauon neutrino
neutrón {m}  :: neutron
neutro {adj}  :: neuter (neither the one thing nor the other)
neutro {adj} [grammar]  :: neuter
neutro {adj}  :: neutral
neutro {adj} [chemistry, physics]  :: neutral pH, neutral electrical charge
neutro {adj}  :: Lacking sexual organs; neutered
neutronización {f}  :: neutronization
nevada {f}  :: snowfall
nevada {f}  :: snow storm
Nevada {prop} {f}  :: Nevada
nevado {adj}  :: snowy
nevado {adj}  :: white as snow
nevar {vi} [impersonal]  :: to snow
nevasca {f}  :: blizzard, snowstorm (bad weather involving blowing winds and snow)
nevazón {m}  :: blizzard
nevera {f}  :: refrigerator
nevería {f} [Mexico]  :: ice cream shop
nevero {m}  :: névé
nevero {m}  :: A location with continuous snow throughout the year
nevisca {f}  :: light snow
neviscar {vi} [impersonal]  :: to sleet
neviscar {vi} [impersonal]  :: to snow lightly
newton {m}  :: newton
newtoniano {adj} [physics]  :: Newtonian
nexo {m}  :: link, nexus
Neymar {prop} {m}  :: given name
Núñez {prop}  :: surname
Níger {prop} {m}  :: Niger (country)
Níger {prop} {m}  :: Niger (river)
nguemista {m}  :: A supporter of Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, president of Equatorial Guinea
nguemista {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, president of Equatorial Guinea, or his politics
náhuatl {prop} {m}  :: Nahuatl; Classical Nahuatl
náhuatl {prop} {m}  :: Nahuatl, any of several modern languages and dialects of the Nahuan (or Aztecan) language family
náhuatl {adj}  :: Nahuatl (attributive)
náhuatl clásico {m}  :: Classical Nahuatl
ni {conj} [coordinating]  :: neither... nor
ni {conj}  :: nor, or
ni {adv}  :: not even, even
ni {f}  :: nu; the Greek letter Ν, ν
niña {f}  :: feminine noun of niño, girl
niña bonita {f} [Spain, colloquial]  :: The number fifteen in some Spanish card games
niacina {f}  :: niacin
ni a la de tres {adv} [idiom]  :: no way; over my dead body
Niamey {prop}  :: Niamey
niña probeta {f}  :: feminine noun of niño probeta
niñato {adj} [colloquial, pejorative]  :: childish
niñato {m} [colloquial, pejorative]  :: kid
ni bien {adv} [idiomatic]  :: as soon as
nica {adj} [slang]  :: Nicaraguan
nica {mf} [slang]  :: A Nicaraguan
nicaragüense {adj}  :: Nicaraguan
nicaragüense {mf}  :: Nicaraguan
nicaragüeño {m}  :: Nicaraguan
Nicaragua {prop} {f}  :: Nicaragua
niceno {adj}  :: Nicene, Nicaean
ni chicha ni limonada {phrase} [idiomatic]  :: neither fish nor fowl; not easily conforming to categorization. (Said of something that is unknown or unclear)
nicho {m}  :: niche
nicho {m} [ecology]  :: niche
nicho {m}  :: burial niche
Nico {prop} {m}  :: given name
Nicolás {prop} {m}  :: given name, cognate to Nicholas
Nicomedia {prop} {f}  :: Nicomedia
ni come, ni deja comer {phrase}  :: dog in the manger
Nicosia {prop}  :: Nicosia
nicotina {f}  :: nicotine
nicotinamida {f}  :: nicotinamide
nicotínico {adj}  :: nicotinic
Nicópolis {prop} {m}  :: Nicopolis
nictalopía {f} [medicine]  :: nyctalopia
nictitante {adj}  :: nictating
nictálope {adj} [medicine]  :: nyctalopic
nidada {f}  :: clutch (of eggs)
nidada {f}  :: brood (of chicks)
nidificación {f}  :: nesting, nidification
nidificante {adj}  :: nesting (of wildlife)
nidificar {v}  :: to nidify; to build a nest
nidito {m}  :: diminutive of nido
nido {m}  :: nest
niebla {f}  :: fog
ni en sueños {adv} [idiom]  :: over someone's dead body; in one's dreams
niñera {f}  :: baby-sitter
niñería {f}  :: childishness
niñería {f} [archaic]  :: trifle; triviality
niñero {m}  :: baby-sitter
nieta {f}  :: granddaughter
nietastro {m}  :: stepgrandson
nietecita {f}  :: diminutive of nieta
nietecito {m}  :: diminutive of nieto
nieto {m}  :: grandchild; grandson
Nieto {prop}  :: surname
nietzscheano {adj}  :: Nietzschean
nietzscheano {m}  :: Nietzschean
nieve {f}  :: snow
nieve {f} [Mexico]  :: ice cream
Nieves {prop} {f}  :: given name
Nieves {prop} {f}  :: surname derived from the given name, or from a nickname for someone with white hair
niñez {f}  :: childhood
ni fu ni fa {adj}  :: so-so
ni fu ni fa {adj} [idiomatic]  :: OK, nothing special
ni fu ni fa {interj}  :: whatever
Nigeria {prop} {f}  :: Nigeria
nigeriana {f}  :: feminine of nigeriano
nigeriano {adj}  :: Nigerian
nigeriano {m}  :: Nigerian
nigerino {adj}  :: Nigerien
nigerino {m}  :: Nigerien
nightclub {m}  :: nightclub
nigiri {m}  :: nigiri
nigromante {m}  :: necromancer
ni hablar {phrase}  :: no way, don't go there
ni harto de vino {adv} [idiomatic]  :: no way, by no means
nihilismo {m}  :: nihilism
nihilista {adj}  :: nihilistic
nihilista {mf}  :: nihilist
nihil obstat {m}  :: nihil obstat
ni idea {interj}  :: no idea
ni ir ni venir {v} [impersonal, idiomatic]  :: to be neither here nor there; to have nothing to do with it
niñita {f}  :: diminutive of niña
niñita {f}  :: girlyman, pussy, (effeminate boy) girl
niñito {m}  :: diminutive of niño small child
nikkei {mf}  :: nikkei
Nilda {prop} {f}  :: given name
nilgó {m}  :: nilgai
Nilo {prop} {m}  :: Nile
nimbado {adj}  :: decorated
nimbo {m}  :: halo, aureola
nimbo {m}  :: nimbus (cloud)
Nimega {prop}  :: Nimega (city)
nimiamente {adv}  :: trivially
nimiedad {f}  :: trifle, triviality
nimiedad {f}  :: excess
nimio {adj}  :: insignificant, trivial
nimio {adj}  :: meticulous, thorough
nimio {adj}  :: excessive, exaggerated
nimrávido {m}  :: nimravid
ni muerto {phrase}  :: no way, not a chance
ninfa {f}  :: nymph
ninfea {f}  :: water lily
ninfómana {f}  :: nymphomaniac
ninfómano {m}  :: nymphomaniac
ninfomanía {f}  :: nymphomania
ningún nacido {m}  :: nobody
ninguna {pron}  :: feminine singular of ninguno
ningunear {v}  :: to ignore, forget
ningunear {v}  :: to disrespect, belittle
ninguno {adj}  :: no; none
ninguno {pron}  :: nobody; no one
ninguno {pron}  :: none; neither, any
nini {mf} [colloquial]  :: neet, NEET
ninja {mf} [martial arts, historical]  :: ninja (person trained in stealth, espionage, assassination and ninjutsu)
niño {m}  :: child; boy, girl
niobio {m}  :: niobium
niño probeta {m}  :: test tube baby
niño soldado {m}  :: child soldier
nipón {adj} [educated]  :: Nipponese
nipón {m} [educated]  :: Nipponese
nipo- {prefix}  :: Nippo-
nipofilia {f} [usually uncountable]  :: Japanophilia (strong interest in Japan)
nipofilo {m}  :: Japanophile
niponización {f}  :: Japanification
ni por asomo {adv} [idiom]  :: by no means
niqab {m}  :: niqab
ni que {conj} [followed by a subjunctive clause]  :: It's as if; anyone would have thought (that)
nirvana {m}  :: nirvana
ni siquiera {adv}  :: not even
nitidez {f}  :: clarity
Nito {prop} {m}  :: A male pet name
nitración {f} [chemistry]  :: nitration
nitrato {m}  :: nitrate
nitrería {f}  :: nitrary
nitrógeno {m}  :: nitrogen
nitrificador {m}  :: something that nitrifies
nitrificador {adj}  :: nitrifying
nitrificar {v}  :: to nitrify
nitrilo {m} [organic compound]  :: nitrile
nitrito {m} [chemistry]  :: nitrite
nitro- {prefix}  :: nitro-
nitroareno {m} [organic chemistry]  :: nitroarene
nitrobenceno {m} [organic compound]  :: nitrobenzene
nitrofurano {m} [organic compound]  :: nitrofuran
nitrogenado {adj}  :: nitrogenous
nitrogenasa {f} [protein]  :: nitrogenase
nitronio {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: nitronium
nitrosación {f} [organic chemistry]  :: nitrosation
nitrosamina {f} [organic chemistry]  :: nitrosamine
nitroso {adj} [chemistry]  :: nitrous
nitroxilo {m} [chemistry]  :: nitroxyl
nitruración {f}  :: nitriding
nitruro {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: nitride
nitróxido {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: nitroxide
nivariense {adj}  :: Of or from Santa Cruz de Tenerife
nivariense {mf}  :: Someone from Santa Cruz de Tenerife
nivel {m}  :: level, height (distance relative to a given reference elevation)
nivel {m}  :: level (degree or amount)
nivel {m}  :: level (tool for finding whether a surface is level)
nivelación {f}  :: levelling, flattening
nivelador {adj}  :: levelling
nivelador {m}  :: level (tool)
nivelador {m}  :: leveller
nivelar {v}  :: to level out, to make even
nivelar {v}  :: to balance
nivelar {v}  :: to survey
nivelar {vr}  :: to level out, to become even
nivel de agua {m}  :: water level
nivel del agua {m}  :: water level
nivel del mar {m}  :: sea level
nivel energético {m}  :: energy level
nixtamal {m}  :: hominy, nixtamal
nixtamalización {f}  :: nixtamalization
nixtamalizar {v}  :: to nixtamalize
Niza {prop} {f}  :: Niza (city)
nizardo {adj}  :: Niçois
nizardo {m}  :: Someone from Nice, France
nizatidina {f} [organic compound]  :: nizatidine
NL {abbr}  :: Nuevo León (Mexican state)
Nálchik {prop}  :: Nalchik
NLE {abbr}  :: Nuevo León, a state of Mexico
núm. {m}  :: No., number
nómada {adj}  :: nomadic
nómada {mf}  :: nomad
NMC {initialism} [internet slang]  :: no me chingues ("don't fuck with me")
número {m}  :: number (counting)
número {m}  :: musical number
número {m} [grammar]  :: number
número {m} [colloquial]  :: spectacle
número {m} [military]  :: man, soldier
número arábigo {m}  :: Arabic numeral
número atómico {m} [physics, chemistry]  :: atomic number
número cardinal {m}  :: cardinal number
número complejo {m}  :: complex number (number of the form a + bi)
número de Avogadro {m} [chemistry]  :: Avogadro's number
número de teléfono {m}  :: telephone number
número entero {m}  :: A whole number
número imaginario {m}  :: imaginary number (number of the form ai)
número impar {m}  :: odd number
número irracional {m} [mathematics]  :: irrational number
número natural {m} [mathematics]  :: natural number
número par {m}  :: even number
número primo {m}  :: prime number (natural number)
número racional {m} [mathematics]  :: rational number
número real {m}  :: real number
número romano {m}  :: Roman numeral (number of a system using the letters I, V, X, L, C, D and M)
Números {prop} {mp} [bible]  :: Numbers (the book of the Bible)
némesis {f}  :: punishment
númido {adj}  :: Numidian
nómina {f}  :: salary
Nínive {prop} {f}  :: Nínive (ancient city)
no {adv}  :: no
no {adv}  :: not
no {m}  :: no
no {abbr}  :: number
Noé {prop} {m}  :: Noah [biblical character]
nobel {m}  :: Nobel Prize
nobelio {m}  :: nobelium
nobiliario {adj}  :: noble
nobilísimo {adj}  :: superlative of noble
noble {adj}  :: noble
noblemente {adv}  :: nobly
nobleza {f}  :: nobility
noblote {adj}  :: noble
no callarse ni bajo el agua {v} [idiomatic]  :: to never shut up; to be a chatterbox
nocaut {m} [boxing]  :: knockout
nocharniego {adj}  :: nocturnal
noche {f}  :: night (time)
Nochebuena {prop} {f}  :: Christmas Eve
noche cerrada {f}  :: dead of night
nochecita {f}  :: diminutive of noche
noche de perros {f} [idiom]  :: awful night; night from hell
Nochevieja {prop} {f}  :: New Year's Eve
nocicepción {f}  :: nociception
noción {f}  :: notion
nocividad {f}  :: harmfulness
nocivo {adj}  :: noxious
nocivo {adj}  :: harmful
no comprendo {phrase}  :: I don't understand
noctámbulo {adj}  :: Tending to be awake or up and about at night
noctámbulo {m}  :: One who is awake at night; a night owl
nocturnidad {f}  :: nocturnality
nocturno {adj}  :: of or relating to night
nocturno {adj}  :: nocturnal
nocturno {m}  :: nocturne (composition)
noctívago {m}  :: sleepwalker
noctívago {adj}  :: sleepwalking
noctívago {adj}  :: nocturnal (active at night)
nodal {adj}  :: nodal
no dar una a derechas {v} [idiomatic]  :: to not get anything right, get it all wrong
no dar un palo al agua {v} [idiomatic]  :: to not lift a finger
no decir ni pío {v} [idiomatic]  :: to be mums; to not say a word
no decir pío {v} [idiomatic]  :: to be mums; to not say a word
no dejar títere con cabeza {v} [idiomatic]  :: to smash up everything in sight
no dejar títere con cabeza {v} [idiomatic]  :: to do away with everything
nodo {m}  :: node
nodosáurido {m}  :: nodosaur
no doy {phrase} [colloquial]  :: well duh! no shit; no shit, Sherlock
nodriza {f}  :: wet nurse
noduloso {adj}  :: nodulose
Noe {prop} {f}  :: given name
Noelia {prop} {f}  :: given name, cognate to English Noelle and French Noëlle
Noemí {prop} {f}  :: Naomi (Biblical figure)
Noemí {prop} {f}  :: given name
no entiendo {phrase}  :: I don't understand
no es oro todo lo que reluce {proverb}  :: all that glitters is not gold
no faltaba más {phrase} [idiomatic]  :: don't mention it; you're welcome
nogal {m}  :: walnut tree
nogal {m}  :: walnut wood
nogayo {adj}  :: Nogai
nogayo {m}  :: Nogai
nogayo {m}  :: Nogai (language)
no, gracias {phrase}  :: no thanks
noguera {f}  :: walnut (tree)
Noguera {prop}  :: surname
no haber color {v} [idiomatic]  :: there be no comparison
no haber inventado la pólvora {v} [idiomatic]  :: to be nothing special; to not be especially smart
no hablo español {phrase}  :: I don't speak Spanish
no hablo inglés {phrase}  :: I don't speak English
no hay de qué {phrase}  :: don't mention it; used as you're welcome in the sense of no problem
no hay derecho {phrase}  :: no fair; it's not fair
no hay mal que por bien no venga {proverb}  :: every cloud has a silver lining
no hay moros en la costa {phrase}  :: the coast is clear
no hay problema {interj}  :: No problem!
no jodas {phrase} [colloquial]  :: no way; fuck off (expression of disbelief (often used ironically))
Nolasco {prop} {m}  :: given name
Nolasco {prop} {m}  :: surname
no llegar el sangre al río {v} [idiom]  :: to not be a big deal, to not escalate, to have no blood shed
no lo sé {phrase}  :: I don't know
noluntad {f}  :: unwillingness, resistance
NOM {f}  :: initialism of w:Norma Oficial Mexicana (Official Mexican Standard), each of a series of official, compulsory standards and regulations for diverse activities in Mexico
nomadismo {m}  :: nomadism
no mames {phrase} [colloquial, Mexico]  :: no way!; are you fucking kidding?; gimme a break
nombradía {f}  :: fame; renown
nombramiento {m}  :: appointment (to a position)
nombrar {v}  :: to name
nombre {m}  :: name
nombre {m} [grammar]  :: noun (sensu lato)
nombrecito {m}  :: diminutive of nombre
nombre colectivo {m}  :: collective noun
nombre común {m}  :: common noun
nombre completo {m}  :: full name
nombre de agente {m} [grammar]  :: agent noun
nombre de pila {m}  :: given name
nombre de soltera {m}  :: maiden name
nombre incontable {m}  :: uncountable noun; mass noun
nombre numeral {m} [grammar]  :: noun numeral, a noun that represents a number
nombre propio {m}  :: proper noun
nombre propio {m}  :: given name
no me digas {phrase}  :: no kidding
nomenclatura {f}  :: nomenclature
nomenclatura binominal {f}  :: binomial nomenclature
nomenclátor {m}  :: name catalogue; binder of names
nomeolvides {mf}  :: forget-me-not (flower)
nomina {f}  :: payroll
nominación {f}  :: nomination
nominado {adj}  :: nominated
nominado {m}  :: nominee
nominador {adj}  :: nominating
nominal {adj}  :: nominal
nominalización {f} [grammar]  :: nominalization
nominalizar {v}  :: to nominalize
nominalmente {adv}  :: nominally
nominar {v}  :: to nominate
nominativo {adj}  :: nominative (giving a name, naming; designating)
nominativo {adj}  :: nominative (grammar)
nominativo {m}  :: nominative case
nomo {m}  :: alternative form of gnomo
nomofobia {f}  :: nomophobia
nomología {f}  :: nomology
Nom Pen {prop}  :: Phnom Penh
nomás {adv} [Latin America]  :: only, just
nonada {f}  :: A thing or event of little or no importance or value
nonadecágono {m} [geometry]  :: enneadecagon
nonaflato {m} [organic chemistry]  :: nonaflate
nonagenaria {f}  :: feminine of nonagenario
nonagenario {adj}  :: nonagenarian
nonagenario {m}  :: nonagenarian
nonagonal {adj}  :: nonagonal
nonagésima {f}  :: feminine noun of nonagésimo
nonagésimo {adj}  :: ninetieth
nonagésimo {m}  :: ninetieth
nonbre {m}  :: obsolete spelling of nombre
nones {adv}  :: absolutely not; no way
noneto {m}  :: nonet
nonágono {adj}  :: nonagonal
nonágono {m}  :: nonagon
noni {f}  :: noni (fruit)
nonillón {num}  :: 1054
noningentésimo {adj}  :: nine hundredth
nono {adj} [unusual]  :: ninth
no obstante {conj}  :: notwithstanding; albeit
no obstante {conj}  :: nevertheless
no obstante {conj}  :: however
no obstante {conj}  :: yet
noodle {m}  :: noodle (food)
nop {interj} [colloquial, neologism]  :: nope
nopal {m}  :: nopal (plant)
nopaleda {f}  :: Terrain abundant in nopal plants
nopalera {f}  :: Terrain abundant in nopal plants
no pasa nada {phrase}  :: it doesn't matter
no pasarán {phrase}  :: they shall not pass
no poder hacer carrera {v} [idiom]  :: to not get anywhere with
no por mucho madrugar, amanece más temprano {proverb}  :: things will happen at their own time, you can't rush art
noquear {v}  :: to knock out
noradrenalina {f} [hormone]  :: noradrenaline
norafricana {f}  :: feminine noun of norafricano
norafricano {adj}  :: North African
norafricano {m}  :: North African
noray {m} [nautical]  :: bollard
norbornano {m} [organic chemistry]  :: norbornane
norcentral {adj}  :: north-central
norcoreana {f}  :: feminine noun of norcoreano
nor-coreana {f}  :: feminine noun of nor-coreano
norcoreano {adj}  :: North Korean
norcoreano {m}  :: North Korean
nor-coreano {adj}  :: North Korean
nor-coreano {m}  :: North Korean
nordeste {m}  :: northeast
Nordeste de Inglaterra {prop}  :: North East England
nordestino {adj}  :: northeastern
nordista {mf}  :: northerner
nordista {mf}  :: Northerner
norepinefrina {f} [hormone]  :: norepinephrine, noradrenaline
noreste {m}  :: northeast
noreuropeo {adj}  :: Northern European
noria {f}  :: noria
noria {f}  :: Ferris wheel
Noriega {prop} {m}  :: surname, most associated with Panaman president and dictator Manuel Noriega
norirlandés {adj}  :: Northern Irish
norma {f}  :: rule, norm, standard, touchstone
normal {adj}  :: normal, standard, regular
normal {adj} [geometry]  :: perpendicular
normal {f} [education]  :: a school for becoming a teacher
normalidad {f}  :: normality
normalista {mf}  :: student teacher
normalización {f}  :: normalization
normalización {f}  :: standardization
normalizar {v}  :: to normalize
normalmente {adv}  :: normally; usually; most of the time; customarily
normalísimo {adj}  :: superlative of normal
normal y corriente {adj} [idiomatic]  :: run-of-the-mill, meat and potatoes, regular
Normandía {prop} {f}  :: Normandía (region)
normar {v}  :: to norm
normar {v}  :: to normalize, standardize
normativa {f}  :: rules, regulations
normativamente {adv}  :: normatively
normatividad {f}  :: regulation
normativismo {m}  :: normativism
normativo {adj}  :: normative
nornoroeste {adj}  :: north-northwest
noroccidental {adj}  :: northwestern, northwesterly
noroeste {m}  :: northwest
Noroeste Pacífico {m}  :: Pacific Northwest
nororiental {adj}  :: northeast, northeastern
nororiente {adj}  :: northeast
norovirus {m} [virology]  :: norovirus
norponiente {adj}  :: northwest
nortamericana {f}  :: feminine noun of nortamericano
norte {adj}  :: north, northern
norte {m} [uncountable]  :: north (compass point)
norte {m} [uncountable]  :: north wind
norte {m} [countable]  :: guide, inspiration
norte {m} [countable]  :: goal, objective
norteña {f}  :: feminine noun of norteño
norteafricano {adj}  :: North African
norteamericano {m}  :: Born in, belonging or relative to the United States
norteamericano {m}  :: American [of the United States]
norteamericano {adj}  :: Born in, belonging or relative to the United States
norteamericano {adj}  :: American [of the United States]
Norteamérica {prop} {f}  :: North America
norteño {adj}  :: northern
norteño {m}  :: northerner
nortesantandereana {f}  :: feminine noun of nortesantandereano
nortesantandereano {adj}  :: Of or from the department of Norte de Santander Department in Colombia
nortesantandereano {m}  :: An inhabitant of the department of Norte de Santander Department in Colombia
Northumbria {prop} {f}  :: alternative form of Nortumbria
nortina {f}  :: feminine noun of nortino
nortino {adj}  :: of or pertaining to Club Sport Norte América
nortino {m}  :: Someone connected to Club Sport Norte América, as a player, coach, fan etc
Nortumbria {prop} {f}  :: Northumbria
nortumbrio {m}  :: Northumbrian
nortumbrio {adj}  :: Northumbrian
noruega {f}  :: feminine noun of noruego
Noruega {prop} {f}  :: Norway
noruego {adj}  :: Norwegian (from or native to Norway)
noruego {adj}  :: Norwegian (pertaining to Norway or the Norwegian language)
noruego {m}  :: a Norwegian
noruego {m}  :: the Norwegian language
norvietnamita {adj}  :: North Vietnamese
norvietnamita {mf}  :: North Vietnamese
no sé {phrase}  :: I don't know
nos {pron}  :: us (dative and accusative form of nosotros and nosotras)
no saber a qué carta quedarse {v} [idiomatic]  :: to be in two minds; to be undecided
no saber hacer la o con un canuto {v} [idiomatic]  :: to not know one's head from a hole in the ground
no se ganó Zamora en una hora {proverb} [idiomatic]  :: It takes a long time to do something complicated or impressive. (Rome wasn't built in a day)
no ser moco de pavo {v} [idiomatic]  :: to be nothing to sneeze at
nosocomial {adj}  :: nosocomial
nosocomio {m} [Latin America]  :: hospital
no soltar prenda {v} [idiomatic]  :: to keep one's mouth shut, to not utter a single word
nosotras {pron}  :: we (feminine plural)
nosotros {pron}  :: we (masculine plural)
no sé qué y no sé cuánto {phrase} [idiom]  :: blah blah blah, this and that
nostalgia {m}  :: nostalgia
nostálgico {adj}  :: nostalgic
nos van a dar las uvas {phrase}  :: get a move on; hurry up; chop chop
nos vemos {interj}  :: see you later! (literally, we see each other)
nos vemos {interj}  :: cheers, goodbye
nota {f}  :: note, memo
nota {f} [music]  :: note
nota {f}  :: mark, academic score
nota bene {phrase}  :: nota bene (used to add an aside or warning to a text)
notabilidad {f}  :: notability, noteworthiness
notabilísimo {adj}  :: superlative of notable
notable {adj}  :: notable
notablemente {adv}  :: notably
notación {f}  :: notation
notación algebraica {f} [chess]  :: algebraic notation
notación musical {f}  :: musical notation
notar {vt}  :: to note (make a written record of and/or purposefully commit to memory)
notaría {f}  :: office of a notary
nota reversal {f}  :: A kind of diplomatic agreement between two or more parties
notaria {f}  :: feminine of notario
notariado {m}  :: lawyers
notarial {adj}  :: notarial
notario {m}  :: notary, lawyer, solicitor, counsel, attorney, barrister
notarizar {v}  :: to notarize
notarse {v}  :: reflexive of notar
no te acostarás sin saber una cosa más {proverb}  :: you learn something new every day, every day is a school day
notebook {m} [computing]  :: notebook
no tener dos dedos de frente {v} [idiomatic]  :: to be an idiot, to be thick as a plank
no tener ni para pipas {v} [idiomatic, colloquial, Spain]  :: to be skint, to be broke; to not have a pot to piss in
no tener ni pies ni cabeza {v} [idiom]  :: to make no sense
no tener pelos en la lengua {v} [idiomatic]  :: to not mince one's words, to speak one's mind
no tener un pelo de tonto {v} [idiomatic]  :: to be a brainbox; to be no fool
no te preocupes {phrase} [colloquial]  :: don't worry
notera {f}  :: feminine of notero
notero {m} [Latin America]  :: journalist
noética {f} [philosophy]  :: noetics
noticia {f}  :: message
noticia {f}  :: communication
noticia {f}  :: news, piece of news
noticiable {adj}  :: newsworthy
noticiario {m}  :: news program
noticiera {f}  :: female newsman, reporter
noticiero {m}  :: newsman, reporter
noticiero {m}  :: news
noticiero {m}  :: newsreel
notición {f}  :: heads-up (call for attention)
noticioso {adj}  :: newsworthy
noético {adj} [philosophy]  :: noetic
notificación {f}  :: notification
notificar {v}  :: to notify, announce, inform, intimate, make known
notocorda {f} [anatomy, zoology]  :: notochord
notocuerda {f}  :: alternative form of notocorda
notoriamente {adv}  :: notoriously
notoriedad {f}  :: notoriety
notorio {adj}  :: well-known
notorio {adj}  :: clear, apparent, obvious
novación {f} [legal]  :: novation
novar {v} [legal]  :: to novate
novatada {f}  :: student prank, rag, ragging, haze, hazing
novatada {f}  :: blunder, newbie error, rookie mistake
novato {adj}  :: newbie
novato {m}  :: beginner, newbie
novecientas {num}  :: feminine of novecientos
novecientos {num}  :: nine hundred
novedad {f}  :: novelty
novedoso {adj}  :: novel, new
novel {adj}  :: novel, new
novel {mf}  :: newbie, green
novela {f}  :: novel
novelable {adj}  :: Apt to putting into a novel, novelworthy
novelado {adj}  :: fictional
novela gráfica {f}  :: graphic novel
novelar {v}  :: to novelize; to make a novel out of
novelería {f}  :: obsession with new things
novelería {f}  :: fantasy; living in a fantasy world
novelería {f}  :: banal news
novelesco {adj}  :: fictional, fictitious, storybook
novelista {mf}  :: novelist
novelita {f}  :: novelette
novelización {f}  :: novelization, fictionalization
novelón {m}  :: augmentative of novelo, great novel
novelón {m}  :: pejorative of novelo, pulp novel
novelístico {adj}  :: novelistic
novena {f} [Roman Catholicism]  :: novena
novenario {m} [Catholicism]  :: novena
no vender una escoba {v} [idiomatic]  :: to be a dead loss
noveno {adj}  :: ninth
noveno {m}  :: ninth
noventa {num} [cardinal]  :: ninety
noventas {mp}  :: nineties; 90s (1990s)
noventa y cinco {num}  :: ninety-five
noventa y cuatro {num}  :: ninety-four
noventa y dos {num}  :: ninety-two
noventa y nueve {num}  :: ninety-nine
noventayochismo {m} [literature]  :: The style of the Generation of '98 (a Spanish literary group at the end of the 19th century)
noventayochista {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to (the style of) the Generation of '98 (Spanish literary group of the end of the 19th century)
noventayochista {mf}  :: A member of the Generation of '98 (Spanish literary group of the end of the 19th century)
noventa y ocho {num}  :: ninety-eight
noventa y seis {num}  :: ninety-six
noventa y siete {num}  :: ninety-seven
noventa y tres {num}  :: ninety-three
noventa y uno {num}  :: ninety-one
noventero {adj} [attributive]  :: 1990s
noventero {m}  :: Someone born in the 1990s
noventista {adj} [attributive]  :: nineties (relating to the 1990s, 1890s etc.)
novia {f}  :: feminine noun of novio, girlfriend, fiancée
novia {f} [wedding]  :: feminine noun of novio, bride
noviar {v} [Argentina, Chile, Uruguay]  :: to date; go steady with
noviazgo {m}  :: engagement, betrothal (period of time when marriage is planned or promised)
noviazgo {m}  :: relationship (the time when a couple was together)
novicia {f}  :: feminine noun of novicio
noviciado {m} [Christianity]  :: novitiate
novicio {m}  :: novice
noviecita {f}  :: diminutive of novia
noviecito {m}  :: diminutive of novio
noviembre {m}  :: November
novieta {f}  :: girlfriend, other half
noviete {m}  :: boyfriend, other half
novillada {f} [bullfighting]  :: novillada
novilleril {adj} [bullfighting]  :: of or pertaining to novillos or novilleros
novillero {m} [bullfighting]  :: young trainee bullfighter (who fight against novillos)
novillo {m}  :: young ox, young bull
novilunio {m}  :: new moon
novio {m}  :: boyfriend; fiancé; romantic partner
novio {m} [wedding]  :: groom
novohispano {m}  :: Someone from Nueva España
novohispano {adj}  :: Of or from Nueva España
novoprogresista {adj}  :: Of or from the New Progressive Party of Puerto Rico
novoprogresista {mf}  :: a member or supporter of the New Progressive Party of Puerto Rico
novísimo {adj}  :: superlative of nuevo
Nápoles {prop} {f}  :: Nápoles (city)
níquel {m}  :: nickel
nórdico {adj}  :: Norse (from or native to the Nordic lands)
nórdico {adj}  :: Nordic (pertaining to Nordic languages)
nórdico {m}  :: the Nordic group of languages
nórdico antiguo {m}  :: Old Norse
Núremberg {prop} {m}  :: Nuremberg
níspero {m}  :: medlar (Mespilus germanica, now Crataegus germanics)
níspero {m}  :: loquat (Eriobotrya japonica)
níspero {m}  :: sapodilla (Manilkara zapota and Manilkara huberi)
níspero {m}  :: great burnet (Sanguisorba officinalis)
níspero europeo {m}  :: The medlar
níspero japonés {m}  :: The loquat (tree & fruit)
Néstor {prop}  :: Nestor
-nte {suffix}  :: alternative form of -ante
nítidamente {adv}  :: clearly, distinctly
nítido {adj}  :: pure, clear, clean
nítido {adj}  :: clear, distinct
nítrico {adj}  :: nitric
Nuakchot {prop}  :: Nuakchot (city)
nubarrón {m}  :: storm cloud
nube {f}  :: cloud
nube {f}  :: multitude, or crowd, of people
nubecilla {f}  :: diminutive of nube: small cloud
nubecita {f}  :: marshmallow
nube de electrones {f}  :: electron cloud
nube de hongo {f}  :: mushroom cloud
nube de Oort {f}  :: Oort cloud
nublado {adj}  :: cloudy
nublar {v}  :: to cloud
nublar {vr}  :: to become cloudy
nublo {adj} [Latin America]  :: cloudy
nubloso {adj}  :: cloudy
nubosidad {f}  :: cloudiness
nuboso {adj}  :: cloudy
nuca {f} [anatomy]  :: nape, back of the neck
nucal {adj}  :: nuchal
nucela {f}  :: nucellus
nucleación {f}  :: nucleation
nuclear {adj}  :: nuclear
nuclear {v}  :: to join up; unite
nuclearmente {adv}  :: in a nuclear way; related to a nucleus or to nuclear power; nuclearly
nucleasa {f} [enzyme]  :: nuclease
nucleófilo {m} [chemistry]  :: nucleophile
nucleico {adj}  :: nucleic
nucleido {m}  :: nuclide
nucleón {m}  :: nucleon
nucleína {f} [biochemistry]  :: nuclein
nucleoenergético {adj} [attributive]  :: nuclear energy
nucleogénico {adj}  :: nucleogenic
nucleolar {adj}  :: nucleolar
nucleoplasma {m} [cytology]  :: nucleoplasm
nucleoporina {f} [protein]  :: nucleoporin
nucleoproteína {f} [protein]  :: nucleoprotein
nucleosintético {adj}  :: nucleosynthetic
nucleosoma {m} [cytology]  :: nucleosome
nucleósido {m} [biochemistry]  :: nucleoside
nucleótido {m} [biochemistry]  :: nucleotide
nucléolo {m}  :: nucleolus
nudibranquio {m}  :: nudibranch
nudillista {mf} [baseball]  :: knuckleballer
nudillo {m} [anatomy]  :: knuckle
nudismo {m}  :: nudism
nudista {adj}  :: nudist
nudista {mf}  :: nudist
nudo {m}  :: knot
nudo {m}  :: knot (nautical unit of speed)
nudo corredizo {m}  :: slipknot
nudo de ocho {m}  :: figure-of-eight
nudo de rizo {m}  :: reef knot
nudo gordiano {m}  :: Gordian knot
nudo llano {m}  :: reef knot
nudoso {adj}  :: knotty, knotted
nudrir {v}  :: alternative form of nutrir
nuer {mf}  :: Nuer
nuer {m}  :: Nuer (language)
nuera {f}  :: daughter-in-law
nueso {adj} [obsolete]  :: our
nuestra {pron}  :: feminine singular of nuestro
nuestras {pron}  :: feminine plural of nuestro Ours
Nuestra Señora {prop} {f}  :: "Our Lady", the title for the Virgin Mary
nuestro {pron}  :: Ours
nuestro {adj}  :: Our, ours, to us
nuestros {pron}  :: plural of nuestro: Ours
nueva {f}  :: news, novelty
Nueva {adj}  :: New
Nueva {prop} {f}  :: A village in the north-east of Asturias, Spain
Nueva Caledonia {prop} {f}  :: New Caledonia (overseas territory of France)
Nueva Delhi {prop} {f}  :: New Delhi
Nueva Escocia {prop} {f}  :: Nova Scotia
Nueva Gales del Sur {prop} {f}  :: Nueva Gales del Sur (state)
Nueva Granada {prop} {f}  :: New Granada
Nueva Guinea {prop} {f}  :: New Guinea
Nueva Hampshire {prop} {f}  :: New Hampshire
Nueva Inglaterra {prop} {f}  :: New England
Nueva Jersey {prop} {f}  :: New Jersey
nuevamente {adv}  :: again
nuevamente {adv}  :: newly
Nueva Orleans {prop} {f}  :: Nueva Orleans (city)
Nueva Segovia {prop} {f}  :: Nueva Segovia (department)
Nueva York {prop} {f}  :: Nueva York (state)
Nueva York {prop} {f}  :: Nueva York (city)
Nueva Zelanda {prop} {f}  :: New Zealand
Nueva Zelandia {prop} {f}  :: New Zealand
Nueva Zembla {prop} {f}  :: Novaya Zemlya
nueve {num} [cardinal]  :: nine
nueve {f}  :: The digit or figure 9
nuevo {adj}  :: new
Nuevo {prop}  :: surname
Nuevo Brunswick {prop} {m}  :: New Brunswick
Nuevo León {prop} {m}  :: Nuevo León (state)
nuevoleonés {adj}  :: (of a person) Of or from the Mexican state of Nuevo León
Nuevo Mundo {prop} {m}  :: New World
Nuevo México {prop} {m}  :: New Mexico (US State)
Nuevo Testamento {prop} {m}  :: New Testament (second half of the Christian Bible)
nuevísimo {adj}  :: superlative of nuevo
nuez {f}  :: walnut (nut)
nuez de Adán {f}  :: Adam's apple (the lump in the throat)
nuez de areca {f}  :: betel nut
nuez moscada {f}  :: nutmeg (seed of the nutmeg tree)
nuez pecana {f}  :: pecan (nut)
náufrago {m}  :: shipwrecked person
nuégado {m}  :: nougat
nukear {v} [internet]  :: to nuke
nulidad {f}  :: nullity, void
nulidad {f}  :: inept person
nulo {adj}  :: null, void, invalid
nulo {adj}  :: useless, good-for-nothing
numantina {f}  :: feminine of numantino
numantino {adj}  :: heroic
numantino {adj} [historical]  :: Numantian (of or from the city of Numantia)
numantino {m}  :: Numantian (inhabitant of Numantia)
numen {m}  :: numen
numen {m}  :: muse (source of inspiration)
numeración {f}  :: numbering
numerado {adj}  :: numbered
numerador {m} [mathematics]  :: numerator
numeral {m} [linguistics]  :: numeral
numerar {v}  :: to number
numerar {v}  :: to calculate
numerario {adj}  :: numerary
numerario {m}  :: cash; loose cash
numerito {m}  :: diminutive of número
numerónimo {m}  :: numeronym
numerosidad {f}  :: numerousness
numeroso {adj}  :: numerous
numerosísimo {adj}  :: superlative of numeroso
numismática {f}  :: feminine noun of numismático
numismática {f}  :: numismatics
numismático {adj}  :: numismatic
numismático {m}  :: numismatist
numéricamente {adv}  :: numerically
numérico {adj}  :: numeric
nunca {adv}  :: never
nunca {adv}  :: ever
nunca es tarde si la dicha es buena {phrase}  :: better late than never
nunca jamás {adv}  :: never ever
nunca mejor dicho {phrase}  :: you said it; I couldn't have said it better myself; damn straight (used to agree wholeheartedly with a statement)
nunca mucho cuesta poco {phrase}  :: you get what you pay for; literally: much never costs little
nunciatura {f}  :: nunciature
nuncio {m}  :: messenger
nuncio {m} [Catholicism]  :: nuncio
nupcial {adj}  :: nuptial (pertaining to wedding and marriage)
nupcias {fp}  :: wedding, nuptials
Nuria {prop} {f}  :: given name
néurula {f}  :: neurula
náusea {f}  :: nausea
náusea {f}  :: repugnance, disgust
nutación {f}  :: nutation
nutela {f}  :: chocolate spread
nutella {m}  :: Nutella
nutella {m}  :: Any chocolate spread
náutica {f}  :: sailing
náutico {adj}  :: nautical
nutria {f}  :: otter
nutria {f} [Spain]  :: nutria, coypu
nutria gigante {f}  :: giant otter
nutrición {f}  :: nutrition
nutricional {adj}  :: nutritious
nutricionalmente {adv}  :: nutritionally
nutricionista {mf}  :: nutritionist
nutrido {adj}  :: well-stocked
nutrido {adj}  :: decent, large, great (number of things)
nutriente {m}  :: nutrient
nutrióloga {f}  :: nutritionist
nutriólogo {m}  :: nutritionist
nutrimental {adj}  :: nutritious
nutrimento {m}  :: nourishment
nutrimento {m}  :: nutrient
nutrir {v}  :: to nourish
nutritivo {adj}  :: nutritious
Nuuk {prop}  :: Nuuk
nóvel {adj}  :: fresh, new
nóvel {adj}  :: newbie, newcomer
níveo {adj} [poetic]  :: niveous, snowy (of or resembling snow)
Nóvgorod {prop} {m}  :: Nóvgorod (city)
ny {f}  :: nu; the Greek letter Ν, ν
náyade {f} [Greek mythology]  :: naiad (female deity)
náyade {f}  :: naiad (aquatic larva)
nylon {m}  :: nylon
ñoba {m} [vesre]  :: bathroom
ñoñear {v}  :: to whine
ñoñería {f}  :: dotage
ñoño {adj}  :: senile
ñoño {adj}  :: whiny
ñoño {adj}  :: pathetic
ñoño {adj}  :: fussy
ñoño {adj}  :: characterless
ñoño {adj}  :: The letter Ñ in the Spanish phonetic alphabet
ñoqui {m}  :: dumpling, gnocchi
ñoquis {mp}  :: gnocchi
ñor {m} [colloquial]  :: clipping of señor
ñu {m}  :: gnu, wildebeest
ñublo {m} [obsolete]  :: cloud
ñubloso {adj} [obsolete]  :: cloudy
Ñuñoa {prop}  :: Ñuñoa (city)