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ñ {adv} :: Shorthand for não
n {letter} :: letter
n {adv} [Internet slang, text messaging] :: abbreviation of não
n {m} [Internet slang, text messaging] :: abbreviation of não
n {interj} [Internet slang, text messaging] :: abbreviation of não
{m} :: abbreviation of número
{contraction} [colloquial, interrogatory] /nɛ/ :: contraction of não é Used as a tag question to ask for someone's opinion: isn't it (so); innit; right
{contraction} [colloquial, often interrogatory] :: Expresses that something is obvious: duh; obviously
{interj} :: eye dialect of não
{adj} :: obsolete spelling of nu
{adj} :: obsolete spelling of nu, now a common misspelling
{m} /ˈnɔ/ :: knot
-n- {interfix} /n/ :: used to connect a word that ends in a nasal vowel or nasal diphthong to a suffix
{interj} :: eye dialect of não
nẽ {adv} [obsolete] :: abbreviation of nem
N {letter} :: letter
N {m} :: abbreviation of norte
na {contraction} /ˈnɐ/ :: contraction of em a
na {pron} :: alternative form of a
naõ {adv} :: obsolete spelling of não
naõ {interj} :: obsolete spelling of não
nũa {contraction} :: obsolete form of numa
naan {m} :: naan (Asian type of flat bread)
nabo {m} [botany, culinary] /ˈna.bu/ :: turnip (Brassica rapa or its root)
nabo {m} [colloquial, idiomatic] :: idiot
nabo da Suécia {m} [rare] :: rutabaga (Brassica napus, a plant with an edible root)
nabos em saco {mp} [idiomatic] :: pig in a poke (something whose true value is concealed or unknown)
Nabuchodonosor {prop} {m} :: obsolete spelling of Nabucodonosor
Nabucodonosor {prop} {m} /na.ˌbu.ko.ˌˈzoʁ/ :: historical given name
na cara {adj} [colloquial] :: obvious (easily discovered)
na cara {adj} :: See: na cara
nacarado {adj} :: nacreous, pearly
nacarado {adj} :: Decorated or laden with nacre
na cara dura {adv} [Brazil, colloquial] :: barefacedly, brazenly (in a shameless and undisguised way)
na cara dura {adv} :: See: na cara dura
nachos {mp} /ˈna.t͡ʃus/ :: nachos (Mexican dish of tortilla chips)
nacimento {m} :: obsolete spelling of nascimento
nacional {adj} /nɐ.sju.ˈnaɫ/ :: national
nacionalidade {f} /nɐ.sju.nɐ.li.ˈða.ðɨ/ :: nationality
nacionalismo {m} :: nationalism (support for one’s country)
nacionalista {adj} :: Of or relating to nationalism; nationalist
nacionalização {f} :: nationalisation (the act of taking private assets into state ownership)
nacionalizar {vt} [politics] :: to nationalize (to make a private asset public)
nacionalmente {adv} :: nationally
nacional-socialismo {m} :: National Socialism (the ideology and political movement of Adolf Hitler)
nacional-socialista {mf} [historical] :: National Socialist (member or supporter of the Nazi party)
nacional-socialista {adj} [historical] :: National Socialist (relating to Nazism)
Nacip Raydan {prop} :: Nacip Raydan (placename)
naco {m} :: piece (especially of food)
nada {pron} [indefinite] /ˈnaðɐ/ :: nothing (not any thing; no thing)
nada {adv} :: to no extent; in no way; not at all
nada {adv} [familiar] :: emphasises that a statement is false
nada {m} :: nothingness (the state of not existing)
nada {m} :: the void (the vacuum of space)
nada {m} :: a very small amount
nada a ver {interj} :: nonsense; bollocks
nada a ver {adj} [idiomatic] :: nonsensical; absurd
nadadeira {f} :: fin (appendage of a fish)
nadadeira anal {f} [ichthyology] :: anal fin (fin on the underside of a fish)
nadador {m} /nɐ.ðɐ.ˈðoɾ/ :: swimmer (one who swims)
nadador-salvador {m} [chiefly Portugal] /nɐ.ðɐ.ˈðoɾ saɫ.vɐ.ˈðoɾ/ :: lifeguard (attendant employed to save swimmers)
nada mau {phrase} [idiomatic] :: not bad
nada nessa mão {phrase} :: A phrase commonly associated with shows of magic, where the performer assures that his hand is empty, therefore he is not holding any tools to aid his tricks
nadar {v} /nɐˈðaɾ/ :: to swim
nadar de peito {v} :: to breaststroke (to swim using breaststroke)
nada se cria; tudo se copia {proverb} :: It is impossible for artists and authors to be genuinely original
nadavê {interj} [Brazil, internet slang] :: eye dialect of nada a ver
nadir {m} :: nadir (point of the celestial sphere directly under the place where the observer stands)
nadir {m} [figuratively] :: nadir (the lowest point)
nadiral {adj} :: nadiral (pertaining to or situated at a nadir)
nado {adj} /ˈna.ðu/ :: born
nado {m} :: swim, swimming
nado borboleta {m} :: butterfly stroke (type of swimming stroke)
nado de costas {m} [swimming] :: backstroke (a swimming stroke swum on one’s back)
nado de peito {m} :: breaststroke (type of swimming stroke)
nado sincronizado {m} :: synchronised swimming
na dúvida {adv} :: See: na dúvida
na dúvida {adv} :: just to be safe (it should be done even though it may not be necessary)
Nações Unidas {prop} {fp} [geopolitics] :: United Nations (an international coalition)
na frente de {prep} :: in front of (at or near the front part of)
nafta {f} :: naphtha
naftênico {adj} [organic chemistry] :: naphthenic
nagô {mf} [Brazil] :: someone of Yoruba descent, especially a descendant of slaves brought to Brazil
nagô {m} [Brazil] :: Yoruba (a Niger-Congo language spoken in western Africa)
naga {f} [Indian mythology] :: nāga (semi-divine creature taking the form of a giant snake)
Nagaland {prop} {f} :: Nagaland (state)
Nagalândia {prop} {f} :: rare form of Nagaland
Nagano {prop} {f} :: Nagano (city/and/prefecture)
Nagasaki {prop} {f} /ˌna.ɡa.ˈ :: Nagasaki (city)
Nagasáqui {prop} {f} :: alternative form of Nagasaki
na gente {contraction} /o(w)ˈvĩdu/ :: contraction of em a gente
Nagorno-Karabakh {prop} {m} :: Nagorno-Karabakh (traditional region/breakaway country/and/former soviet republic)
na guerra e no amor vale tudo {proverb} :: all's fair in love and war (unpleasant conduct is acceptable during love and conflict)
Nagykanizsa {prop} {f} :: Nagykanizsa (town)
Naha {prop} {f} :: Naha (city)
na hora {adv} [idiomatic] :: In the right moment
nahuatl {m} :: alternative form of nauatle
nahuatl {mf} :: alternative form of nauatle
naipe {m} [card games] /ˈnaj.pɨ/ :: suit (card game category)
naipe {m} [by extension] :: group, set
naipe {m} [by extension, music] :: section (of a band or orchestra)
Nairóbi {prop} {f} :: alternative form of Nairobi
Nairobi {prop} {f} /naj.ˈɾɔ.bi/ :: Nairobi (capital city)
naja {f} /ˈna.ʒa/ :: cobra
Nakhichevan {prop} {m} :: Nakhichevan (autonomous republic/and/exclave)
Nakhichevan {prop} {m} :: Nakhichevan (city/regional capital)
Nakhodka {prop} {f} :: Nakhodka (city)
na lata {adv} [idiom, in response to a question] :: quickly; directly; without much deliberation
na lata {adv} :: See: na lata
Nalchik {prop} {f} :: Nalchik (city/regional capital)
nalgum {contraction} :: contraction of em algum
nam {adv} :: obsolete spelling of não
na manga {adj} :: See: na manga
na manga {adj} [idiomatic] :: up one’s sleeve (hidden, in reserve)
na marra {adv} [idiomatic] :: forcibly
namastê {interj} :: namaste (a greeting)
namaste {interj} :: alternative form of namastê
Namíbia {prop} {f} :: Namíbia (country)
namíbio {adj} :: Namibian (of, from or pertaining to Namibia)
namíbio {m} :: Namibian (person from Namibia)
nambu {m} :: alternative form of inambu
namespace {m} [programming] /ˌnejm.ˈspejs/ :: namespace (abstract space of keywords)
namibiano {adj} :: Namibian (of, from or pertaining to Namibia)
namibiano {m} :: Namibian (person from Namibia)
namibiense {adj} :: Namibian (of, from or pertaining to Namibia)
namibiense {mf} :: Namibian (person from Namibia)
na minha opinião {phrase} :: in my opinion (according to my opinion)
na moda {adj} :: in fashion; fashionable
namorada {n} :: girlfriend (female romantic partner)
namoradinho {m} :: diminutive of namorado. (boyfriend)
namorado {m} /ˌˈɾ :: boyfriend (male romantic partner)
namorado {m} [Brazil, fish] :: type of marine fish – either Pseudopercis numida or Pseudopercis semifasciata, Brazilian sand perch species
namorador {m} :: someone who enjoys having romantic partners
namorador {adj} :: who enjoys having romantic partners
namorar {vt} :: To endeavor to gain (someone's) affection; to woo; to court
namorar {v} [com] :: To be in a romantic relationship; to be dating someone
namorar {vt} :: To treat (someone) as expected between lovers: to kiss him or her, to hug him or her, and so on
namorar {vt} :: To look (something) upon with pleasure; to admire
namorico {m} :: flirtation
namoro {m} /na.ˈmo.ɾu/ :: amorous relationship
namoro {m} :: dalliance; flirting
na mosca {adv} :: See: na mosca
na mosca {adv} [idiomatic] :: precisely; exactly
nana {f} :: nap; a quick or little sleep
nananinanão {interj} [childish] :: no
nanar {v} [hypocoristic, usually, childish] :: to sleep
nandu {m} :: rhea (any of the American flightless birds of the genus Rhea)
nanico {adj} :: dwarfish (very small)
nanico {m} :: a very short person
nanismo {m} [medicine] :: dwarfism (condition of being a dwarf)
nanômetro {m} :: nanometer / nanometre
nanocircuito {m} :: nanocircuit
nanocomposto {m} :: synonym of nanocompósito
nanocompósito {m} [materials chemistry] :: nanocomposite (any composite material one or more of whose components is a nanoparticle)
nanoespuma {f} :: nanofoam
nanossegundo {m} :: nanosecond (one billionth of a second)
nanotecnologia {f} :: nanotechnology (the manipulation of matter on the molecular level)
nanotubo {m} :: nanotube
Nanquim {prop} {f} /nɐ̃.ˈkĩ/ :: Nanquim (city)
Nantes {prop} {f} :: Nantes (city)
Nantes {prop} {f} :: Nantes (placename)
Nanuque {prop} :: Nanuque (placename)
nao {f} :: obsolete spelling of nau
nação {f} /nɐ.ˈsɐ̃w̃/ :: nation (group of people sharing aspects of language, culture and/or ethnicity)
nação {f} :: nation (country)
napalm {m} :: napalm (inflammable, viscous substance used in warfare)
na época {adv} :: back then; at the time (at some point in the distant past)
Napoleão {prop} {m} :: Napoleon (Napoleon Bonaparte)
Napoleão {prop} {m} :: given name
napolitano {m} /ˌˈtɐ.nu/ :: Neapolitan (inhabitant or resident of Naples)
napolitano {m} [uncountable] :: Neapolitan (language)
napolitano {adj} :: Neapolitan (pertaining to Naples)
na ponta da língua {phrase} [idiomatic] :: known by heart, completely
na prática {adv} :: in practice (considering real-world effects)
naq̃lle {contraction} [obsolete] :: abbreviation of naquele
Naque {prop} :: Naque (placename)
naquela {contraction} /nɐ.ˈkɛ.lɐ/ :: contraction of em + aquela
naquelas {contraction} /nɐ.ˈkɛ.lɐʃ/ :: contraction of em + aquelas
naquele {contraction} /nɐ.ˈke.lɨ/ :: contraction of em + aquele
n'aquele {contraction} :: archaic spelling of naquele
naqueles {contraction} /nɐ.ˈke.lɨʃ/ :: contraction of em + aqueles
n'aquelle {contraction} :: obsolete spelling of naquele
naquelle {contraction} :: obsolete spelling of naquele
naquilo {contraction} /nɐ.ˈ :: contraction of em + aquilo
naquêle {contraction} :: obsolete spelling of naquele
naquêlle {contraction} :: obsolete spelling of naquele
Nara {prop} :: given name
Nara {prop} :: Nara (city)
Narandiba {prop} :: Narandiba (placename)
narceja {f} :: snipe (bird of the family Scolopacidae)
narcisismo {m} :: narcissism (excessive love of oneself)
narcisista {adj} :: narcissistic
narciso {m} :: narcissus; daffodil (any of several bulbous flowering plants of the genus Narcissus)
narcolepsia {f} [pathology] :: narcolepsy (disorder characterised by sudden, brief attacks of deep sleep)
narcoléptico {adj} :: narcoleptic (pertaining to or suffering from narcolepsy)
narcoléptico {m} :: narcoleptic (one who suffers from narcolepsy)
narcotráfico {m} :: drug trafficking
narcótico {m} :: narcotic (numbing drug)
narcótico {m} :: narcotic (illegal drug)
narcótico {adj} :: which numbs
na realidade {adv} [modal] :: actually; as a matter of fact
nareba {f} [anatomy, familiar, colloquial] :: nose
narguilé {m} :: hookah; narghile (Oriental tobacco pipe wherein the smoke is drawn through water)
narigão {m} :: augmentative of nariz
narigudo {adj} /nɐɾiˈɣuðu/ :: Having a big or long nose
narina {f} /na.ˈɾ :: nostril (either of the two orifices located on the nose)
nariz {m} /nɐˈɾiʃ/ :: nose (the organ of the face used to smell things)
nariz empinado {m} [idiomatic] :: pride (unreasonable conceit of one’s own superiority)
narrado {v} :: past participle of narrar
narrador {m} [narratology] :: narrator (person or the voice whose viewpoint is used in telling a story)
narrador {m} :: someone who narrates events as they occur or are shown, such as a documentary narrator or sportscaster
narrador {m} :: storyteller (person who relates stories to an audience)
narradora {f} :: feminine noun of narrador
narrador não confiável {m} :: alternative spelling of narrador não-confiável
narrador não-confiável {m} [literary theory] :: unreliable narrator (narrator who provides questionable information)
narrando {v} :: gerund of narrar
narração {f} :: narration, narrative
narrar {v} :: to narrate, tell, describe
narrativa {f} /ˌna.ʁa.ˈt͡ʃ :: narrative (systematic recitation of an event)
narrativa {f} :: tale; story
narrativa {f} :: one’s manner of narrating
narrativa {f} :: literary works or style peculiar to a specific person, location or time
narrativo {adj} :: narrative
narratologia {f} :: narratology (the study of narrative structure)
Narses {prop} {m} :: historical given name
Narva {prop} {f} :: Narva (city)
narval {m} /naɾˈval/ :: narwhal
nas {contraction} /ˈnɐʃ/ :: em + as
nas {pron} :: alternative form of a
nasal {adj} /nɐˈzaɫ/ :: nasal
nasal {f} :: nasal consonant
nasal {m} :: nasal bone
nasalar {v} :: to nasalize
nasalidade {f} :: nasality; nasalness (state or quality of being nasal)
nasalização {f} [phonetics] :: nasalisation (articulation such that air flows through the nose and mouth)
nasca {m} :: alternative spelling of nazca
Nasca {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Nazca
nascença {f} /na.ˈsẽ.sɐ/ :: birth (the action of being born)
nascendo {v} :: gerund of nascer
nascente {f} /nɐʃ.ˈsẽ.tɨ/ :: source; spring (place where water emerges from the ground)
nascente {m} :: the point in the horizon where the sun rises
nascente {adj} :: coming into existence
nascer {v} /nɐʃ.ˈseɾ]/ :: to be born
nascer de novo {v} :: See: nascer de novo
nascer de novo {v} [chiefly religion, idiomatic] :: to be reborn (revived in one's beliefs)
nascer de novo {v} [idiomatic] :: to survive a great tragedy
nascer do sol {m} :: daybreak; dawn; sunrise
nascer em berço de ouro {v} [idiomatic] :: to be born with a silver spoon in one's mouth (born rich or in a wealthy family)
nascer virado para a lua {v} [idiom] :: to be very lucky (usually used in the past tense)
nascido {adj} /nɐʃ.ˈsi.ðu/ :: born
nascimento {m} /nɐʃ.si.ˈmẽ.tu/ :: birth
nascituro {adj} :: unborn
nas costas {adj} :: See: nas costas
nas costas {adj} [idiomatic] :: under one's belt (within one's life experience)
na sequência de {prep} :: in the wake of; following
nas mangas {adj} :: alternative form of na manga
nas mãos de {prep} :: controlled or owned by
nas mãos de {prep} :: on one's hands (being one's liability or responsibility)
nasossinusal {adj} :: nasosinusal
nas portas da morte {adj} :: alternative form of às portas da morte
Nassau {prop} {f} /na.ˈsaw/ :: Nassau (city)
Nassau {prop} {f} :: Nassau (capital city)
Nassau {prop} {m} :: any member of the House of Nassau
Natã {prop} {m} /na.ˈtɐ̃/ :: given name
Natã {prop} {m} [biblical character] :: Nathan (an Old Testament prophet)
nata {f} /ˈna.ta/ :: cream (oily part of milk)
nata {f} [figurative] :: cream of the crop (the best of something)
nata {f} :: the elite; high society
Natacha {prop} {f} :: given name, alternative form of Natasha
natal {adj} :: natal (of or relating to birth)
natal {adj} :: native (relating to the place where one was born)
Natal {prop} {m} /nɐ.ˈtaɫ/ :: Christmas (festival observed on December 25 commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ)
Natal {prop} {m} :: Natal (placename)
Natal {prop} {m} :: Natal (former colony)
natalício {adj} [attributive] :: birthday
natalício {adj} :: festive; Christmassy (of or relating to Christmas)
Natalia {prop} {f} :: given name, a spelling variant of Natália
natalidade {f} :: natality
Natalândia {prop} :: Natalândia (placename)
Natan {prop} {m} :: given name; alternative form of Natã
natação {m} /nɐ.tɐ.ˈsɐ̃w̃/ :: swimming
natação sincronizada {f} :: synchronised swimming (event where competitors swim in a ballet-like manner)
Natasha {prop} {f} /na.ˈta.ʃɐ/ :: given name
na terra dos cegos quem tem um olho é rei {proverb} :: in the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king
Nathalia {prop} {f} :: given name, a spelling variant of Natália
Nathan {prop} {m} :: given name, a spelling variant of Natã
Nathália {prop} {f} :: given name, a spelling variant of Natália
natimorto {adj} :: stillborn (born dead)
natimorto {m} :: a stillborn baby
Natividade {prop} :: given name
Natividade {prop} :: Natividade (placename)
Natividade da Serra {prop} :: Natividade da Serra (placename)
nativo {adj} /na.ˈt͡ʃ :: nativo (belonging or relating to someone by birth)
nativo {adj} :: native (relating to the people who originally inhabited a region)
nativo {adj} [computing] :: native (written to run on a particular processor)
nativo {m} :: native (person who is native to a place)
Natália {prop} {f} /na.ˈta.ljɐ/ :: given name
nato {adj} :: alternative form of nado
Natércia {prop} :: Natércia (placename)
natta {f} :: obsolete spelling of nata
natto {m} :: natto (Japanese food made from fermented soybeans)
natural {adj} /nɐ.tu.ˈɾaɫ/ :: natural
natural {adj} :: native of, from
natural {adj} :: room-temperature (of liquids)
naturalidade {f} [uncountable] /nɐ.tu.ɾɐ.li.ˈða.ðɨ/ :: naturalness (state or quality of being natural)
naturalidade {f} :: place of birth, as described by an adjective
naturalismo {m} [arts, philosophy] :: naturalism
naturalista {adj} :: naturalist (all senses)
naturalista {mf} :: naturalist (all senses)
naturalmente {adv} /nɐ.tu.ɾaɫ.ˈmẽ.tɨ]/ :: naturally
natureza {f} /nɐ.tu.ˈɾe.zɐ/ :: nature (natural world)
natureza {f} :: nature, character, distinguishing features
natureza morta {f} :: alternative form of natureza-morta
natureza-morta {f} :: still life (work of art)
naturismo {m} :: naturism (the practice of social nudity)
naturismo {m} :: the belief that anything that is natural has better therapeutic value
nau {f} /ˈnaw/ :: A three or four-masted sailing ship used all along the 15th century and early 16th
nau {f} :: vessel
nau {f} :: carrack
nauatle {m} :: Nahuatl (polysynthetic language native to Mexico)
nauatle {mf} :: one of the Nahuatl (people indigenous to central Mexico)
nau capitânia {f} :: flagship (ship occupied by a fleet’s commander)
naufragado {v} :: past participle of naufragar
naufragando {v} :: gerund of naufragar
naufragar {v} [nautical] :: To founder; to sink
naufrágio {m} /nɐuˈfraʒju/ :: shipwreck
naufrágio {m} :: tragedy, calamity
naufrágio {m} :: complete ruin
naum {adv} :: informal form of não (no, not)
naumaquia {f} :: naumachia (recreation of sea battles for entertainment in Ancient Rome)
naumaquia {f} :: naumachia (flooded amphitheatre or artificial lake used to recreate sea battles)
Naupacto {prop} {f} :: alternative form of Naupactus
Naupactos {prop} {f} :: rare spelling of Naupactus
Naupactus {prop} {f} :: Naupactus (town)
Naupaktos {prop} {f} :: rare spelling of Naupactus
Nauru {prop} {m} :: Nauru (island/and/country)
nauruano {adj} :: Nauruan (of, from or relating to Nauru)
nauruano {m} :: Nauruan (person from Nauru)
nauruano {prop} {m} [uncountable] :: Nauruan (an Oceanic language spoken in Nauru)
Nausícaa {prop} {f} [Greek mythology] :: Nausicaa (princess in the Odyssey)
nauseante {adj} :: nauseating (which causes nausea)
nauseante {adj} [by extension] :: very disgusting; repulsive
Nausica {prop} {f} :: alternative form of Nausícaa
Nausicaa {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Nausícaa
-nauta {suffix} :: -naut (forms nouns meaning a voyager)
navajo {mf} :: one of the Navajo (indigenous people of southwestern United States)
navajo {m} :: Navajo (native language of the Navajo people)
navajo {adj} :: relating or belonging to the Navajo people
navajo {adj} :: relating to the Navajo language
naval {adj} :: naval
navalha {f} /nɐ.ˈva.ʎɐ/ :: straight razor
navalha {f} [idiomatic] :: One who cannot drive cars well
navalhada {f} :: slash (blow from a razor)
navalha de Occam {f} [science] :: Occam’s razor (principle of preferring the simpler of two competing theories)
navalheira {f} :: razor shell
navalheira {f} :: velvet crab (Necora puber)
Navarra {prop} {f} :: Navarra (autonomous community)
navarro {adj} :: Navarrese (of, from or relating to Navarre, Spain)
navarro {m} :: Navarrese (someone from Navarre)
navarrês {adj} :: Navarrese (of, from or relating to Navarre, Spain)
navarrês {m} :: Navarrese (someone from Navarre)
nave {f} :: ship
nave {f} [architecture] :: nave, aisle
nave espacial {f} :: spaceship, spacecraft
navegador {adj} [nautical] /nɐ.vɨ.ɣɐ.ˈðoɾ/ :: navigating
navegador {m} [nautical] :: navigator; sailor
navegador {m} [computing] :: browser (software component capable of rendering HTML)
navegadora {f} :: feminine noun of navegador
navegante {mf} :: seafarer; navigator (one who travels by sea)
Navegantes {prop} :: Navegantes (placename)
navegação {f} /nɐvɨɣɐˈsɐ̃w̃/ :: navigation
navegação estimada {f} :: dead reckoning (method of estimating the position of a craft based on its direction and speed)
navegar {v} /nɐvɨˈɣaɾ/ :: to navigate, sail
navegar {v} [Internet] :: to surf, navigate
na verdade {adv} :: In fact, actually
naveta {f} :: shuttle (part of a loom)
naveta {f} :: incense boat (vessel that holds incense before it is put into a censer)
navicular {m} [skeleton] :: navicular bone
navio {m} /nɐ.ˈviu/ :: ship (large water vessel)
navio almirante {m} :: alternative spelling of navio-almirante
navio-almirante {m} :: flagship (ship occupied by the fleet’s commander)
Navio Argo {prop} {m} [constellation] :: Argo Navis (former constellation of the southern sky)
navio-tanque {m} :: tanker (watercraft used to transport large quantities of liquid)
Naxos {prop} {f} /ˈnaksus/ :: Naxos (island/and/town)
Naypyidaw {prop} {f} :: Naypyidaw (capital city)
Nazaré {prop} {f} /nɐzɐˈɾɛ/ :: the letter N in the Portuguese radio alphabet
Nazaré {prop} {f} :: Nazaré (village/and/municipality)
Nazaré {prop} {f} :: Nazaré (placename)
Nazaré {prop} {f} :: Nazaré (city)
Nazaré {prop} {f} :: given name
Nazareno {prop} :: Nazareno (placename)
Nazaré Paulista {prop} :: Nazaré Paulista (placename)
nazca {m} :: a member of the Nazca people of ancient Peru
Nazca {prop} {f} /ˈnas.kɐ/ :: Nazca (province)
Nazca {prop} {f} :: Nazca (city/provincial capital)
nazi {mf} [Portugal, historical] /na.ˈzi/ :: Nazi (member of the Nazi party)
nazi {adj} [Portugal, historical] :: Nazi (relating to Nazis, the Nazi party or Nazi Germany)
Nazianzo {prop} {f} [historical] :: Nazianzo (ancient town)
nazifascismo {m} :: Nazi-Fascism
nazi-fascismo {m} :: alternative spelling of nazifascismo
nazismo {m} /na.ˈziʒ.mu/ :: Nazism (the ideology of Adolf Hitler’s NSDAP)
nazista {mf} [Brazil, historical] :: Nazi (member of the Nazi party)
nazista {mf} [figurative] :: Nazi (a person showing (neo-)Nazi or xenophobic behaviour)
nazista {adj} [Brazil, historical] :: Nazi (relating to Nazis, the Nazi party or Nazi Germany)
nazista {adj} [figurative] :: Nazi (somewhat resembling (neo-)Nazi behaviour); xenophobic; hateful
Núbia {prop} {f} :: Núbia (ancient kingdom)
nácar {m} :: nacre (pearly substance on the interior of mollusk shells)
núcleo {m} :: nucleus (core, central part of something)
núcleo {m} :: nucleus (initial part which will receive additions)
núcleo {m} [chemistry, physics] :: nucleus (massive, positively charged core of an atom)
núcleo {m} [cytology] :: nucleus (large organelle found in cells)
núcleo {m} [linguistics] :: nucleus (centre of a syllable)
núcleo atómico {m} [European orthography, physics] :: atomic nucleus (the core of an atom, consisting of protons and neutrons)
núcleo atômico {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of núcleo atómico
núcleon {m} [physics] :: nucleon
néctar {m} [mythology] /ˈnɛk.taɾ/ :: the drink of the gods
néctar {m} [by extension] :: any drink considered extremely good
néctar {m} [botany] :: nectar (sweet liquid secreted by flowers)
néctar dos deuses {m} [Greek mythology] :: nectar (drink of the gods)
néctar dos deuses {m} [by extension] :: nectar (any delicious drink)
nádega {f} [anatomy, usually plural] :: buttock
Nádia {prop} {f} /ˈna.d͡ʒjɐ/ :: given name
n-ádico {adj} [chemistry] :: n-adic (having a valency of n)
nédio {adj} :: silky, sleek, glossy
N'Djamena {prop} {f} :: N'Djamena (capital city)
nódoa {f} :: stain (patch of irregular colour on a surface)
nódulo {m} :: nodule
nódulo {m} :: node
NE {m} :: abbreviation of nordeste
neandertal {mf} /ne.ˌɐ̃.deʁ.ˈtaw/ :: Neanderthal (Homo neanderthalensis, an extinct hominid)
neandertal {mf} [derogatory] :: neanderthal (primitive or stupid person)
neandertal {adj} :: Neanderthal (relating to the Neanderthals)
neblina {f} /nɨ.ˈβli.nɐ/ :: fog, mist (water or other liquid finely suspended in air)
Nebrasca {prop} {m} :: Nebrasca (state)
nebulosa {f} :: a nebula
nebulosa planetária {f} [astronomy] :: planetary nebula (nebulosity surrounding a dying star)
nebuloso {adj} /nɨ.βu.ˈlo.zu/ :: cloudy; overcast (covered with clouds)
nebuloso {adj} :: cloudy; uncertain; unclear
neca {pron} [coloquial] :: nothing
neca de pitibiriba {pron} :: alternative form of necas de pitibiribas
necas de pitibiribas {pron} [colloquial, slang] :: nothing; absolutely nothing
necatoríase {f} :: ancylostomiasis (hookworm infection)
necedade {f} /nɨ.sɨ.ˈda.dɨ/ :: alternative form of nescidade
necessariamente {adv} :: necessarily (such that it must happen or definitely happens)
necessario {adj} :: obsolete spelling of necessário
necessidade {f} /nɨ.sɨ.si.ˈða.ðɨ/ :: need
necessitado {adj} :: needy (in need; poor)
necessitando {v} :: gerund of necessitar
necessitar {v} /nɨ.sɨ.si.ˈtaɾ/ :: to need
necessário {adj} /nɨsɨˈsaɾju/ :: necessary
necrófago {m} [biology] :: necrophage (organism that eats dead or decaying flesh)
necrófago {adj} [biology] :: necrophagous (that eats dead or decaying flesh)
necrófilo {m} :: necrophiliac (person who engages in necrophilia)
necro- {prefix} :: necro- (relating to death)
necrocracia {f} :: necrocracy (government that still operates under the rules of a former, dead leader)
necrofagia {f} [biology] :: necrophagy (consumption of dead or decaying animal flesh)
necrofilia {f} :: necrophilia
necrofobia {f} :: necrophobia
necromancia {f} :: necromancy (divination involving the dead)
necromancia {f} :: necromancy (sorcery involving reanimating the dead)
necromante {mf} :: necromancer (person who practices necromancy)
necromântico {adj} :: necromantic (involving or relating to necromancy)
necrose {f} [pathology] :: necrosis (localised death of cells or tissue)
necrópole {f} /ne.ˈkɾɔ.po.le/ :: necropolis (large cemetery)
necrósico {adj} :: alternative form of necrótico
necrótico {adj} [pathology] :: necrotic
nectarina {f} /nɛktɐˈɾinɐ/ :: nectarine
Nederlândia {prop} {f} [rare] :: obsolete form of Neerlândia
Neemias {prop} {m} [biblical] :: Nehemiah (book of the Bible)
Neemias {prop} {m} [biblical character] :: Nehemiah (governor of Judea who rebuilt the walls of Israel)
neerlandês {m} :: Dutch (the Dutch language)
neerlandês {m} :: Dutch (person from the Netherlands)
Neerlândia {prop} {f} /ˌne.eʁ.ˈlɐ̃.d͡ʒjɐ/ :: Neerlândia (country)
nefando {adj} :: vile, nefarious
nefasto {adj} :: nocive, unfortunate, harmful, injurious
nefasto {adj} :: nefarious, malefic, malign
nefelíbata {mf} :: rare form of nefelibata
nefelíbata {adj} :: rare form of nefelibata
nefelibata {mf} /ˈba.tɐ/ :: daydreamer
nefelibata {mf} [literature] :: writer who does not follow the usual conventions
nefelibata {adj} :: related to daydreaming
nefelibata {adj} [literature] :: unconventional; unorthodox
neófito {m} :: neophyte
neófito {m} :: novice
nefrólito {m} [medicine] :: kidney stone (calculus in the kidney)
nefrocalcinose {f} [pathology] :: nephrocalcinosis
nefrolitíase {f} [pathology] :: nephrolithiasis
nefrologia {f} [medicine] :: nephrology (branch of medicine that deals with the kidneys)
nefrologista {mf} :: nephrologist (physician specialising in the kidneys)
nefrotoxicidade {f} [pathology] :: nephrotoxicity
nega {f} /ˈne.ɡɐ/ :: feminine noun of nego
nega {f} [endearing, nonstandard] :: female lover
nega {f} [colloquial, nonstandard] :: woman (uncommon)
negacionista {adj} :: denialist (relating to denial in a controversial debate)
negacionista {mf} :: denialist (one who denies an assertion in a controversial debate)
negação {f} :: denial; negation
negação {f} :: negation (the act of negating something)
negação {f} [logic] :: negation (proposition which is the contradictory of another proposition)
negar {v} /nɨ.ˈɣaɾ/ :: to deny (to not allow)
negar {v} :: to deny (to assert that something is not true)
negar {v} :: to contest (to call into question)
negar {v} [card games] :: to refuse to let go of a card
negativamente {adv} /nɨ.ɣɐ.ti.vɐ.ˈmẽ.tɨ/ :: negatively
negativar {v} [Internet] :: dislike
negativo {adj} /nɨ.ɣɐ.ˈ :: negative
negativo {m} :: negative (photographic)
negativo {m} :: minus sign
negativo duplo {m} [linguistics] :: double negative (the use of two negative words to express negativity)
negócio {m} /nɨ.ˈɣɔ.sju/ :: affair (that which is done or is to be done)
negócio {m} :: business, enterprise
negócio {m} [Brazil] :: thing
Negeb {prop} {m} [uncommon] :: alternative form of Neguev
Negebe {prop} {m} [uncommon] :: alternative form of Neguev
Negev {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Neguev
Negeve {prop} {m} [uncommon] :: alternative form of Neguev
negligenciar {v} :: to neglect (to fail to care for or attend to something)
negligenciável {adj} /ne.ɡli.ʒẽ.si.ˈa.vew/ :: negligible (able to be ignored or excluded from consideration)
negligente {adj} :: negligent (without appropriate or sufficient attention)
negligência {f} :: negligence
nego {m} [affectionate or mildly, derogatory, nonstandard] /ˈne.ɡu/ :: nigga (black person)
nego {m} [endearing, nonstandard] :: male lover
nego {m} [colloquial, nonstandard] :: guy; bloke (unspecified person)
negociado {v} :: past participle of negociar
negocial {adj} :: negotiating
negociando {v} :: gerund of negociar
negociante {mf} :: businessman (someone who works at a commercial institution)
negociação {f} :: negotiation (process of achieving agreement)
negociar {v} /nɨɣuˈsjaɾ/ :: to negotiate
negociar {v} :: to bargain
negocio {m} :: obsolete spelling of negócio
negreiro {adj} :: Of black slaves
negrice {f} :: the condition of being a black person
negrice {f} [offensive] :: inappropriate or lazy behaviour
negridão {f} :: blackness (the condition of being black in colour, or dark)
negridão {f} :: blackness (the condition of being a black, having African ancestry)
negrinha {f} :: scoter
negrinha {f} :: wheatear
negrinha {f} :: diminutive of negra
negrinha {f} :: tufted duck (a species of duck, Aythya fuligula)
negrito {m} [typography] :: bold typeface
negritude {f} :: negritude (the characteristic of being of black African descent)
negritude {f} :: blackness (the characteristic of being black in colour)
negro {m} /ˈne.ɡɾu/ :: black (the darkest colour)
negro {m} :: black; negro (dark-skinned person)
negro {adj} :: black in colour
negro {adj} :: black; dark-skinned
negro {adj} [literary] :: dark (associated with evil)
negro de fumo {m} [chemistry] :: carbon black (fine black powder of amorphous carbon)
Negroponte {prop} {f} :: former name of Eubeia
negror {m} :: blackness (the condition of being black in colour, or dark)
negrura {f} :: blackness (the condition of being black in colour, or dark)
Negueb {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Neguev
Neguebe {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Neguev
Neguev {prop} {m} :: Neguev (desert)
negus {m} [historical] :: Negus (supreme Ethiopian ruler)
negável {adj} /nɨ.ˈɣa.vɛɫ/ :: deniable
Nehemias {prop} {m} :: alternative spelling of Neemias
nela {contraction} /ˈnɛ.lɐ/ :: contraction of em ela (in her), feminine of nele
Nelas {prop} {f} /ˈnɛlɐʃ / :: Nelas (village/and/municipality)
nele {contraction} /ˈne.lɨ/ :: contraction of em ele (in him)
neles {contraction} /ˈne.lɨʃ/ :: contraction of em eles (in them (masculine)). Plural of nele
nella {contraction} :: obsolete spelling of nela
Nelson {prop} {m} /ˈnɛw.sõ/ :: given name
nem {adv} /nɐ̃j̃/ :: not even (introduces an emphatic negation)
nem {adv} :: do not even (introduces an emphatic negative command)
nem {adv} :: neithernor
nem {conj} :: nor; and not (introduces a further negative statement)
nem {conj} :: nor (introducing each except the first term of a series, indicating none of them is true)
nem {interj} [slang] :: nah, no
nem aí {adj} [Brazil, idiom] :: not worried, not caring, indifferent
nem a pau {adv} [idiomatic] :: Definitely not; by no means
nem aqui, nem na China {adv} [idiomatic] :: nowhere (not anywhere)
nematódeo {m} :: nematode; roundworm (any of the worms of the phylum Nematoda)
nematologia {f} :: nematology
nem carne nem peixe {phrase} [idiomatic] :: neither fish nor fowl (not easily categorised)
nem de longe {adv} [idiom] :: not at all, absolutely not
nem de longe {adv} :: See: nem de longe
nem fodendo {adv} [vulgar] :: no way (under no circumstances)
nemigalha {adv} [archaic] :: absolutely nothing
nem Jesus Cristo conseguiu agradar a todos {proverb} :: there is no pleasing some (one should not try to please everybody, since it would be impossible)
nem mas, nem meio mas {phrase} [idiomatic] :: "absolutely not!", "but me no buts", as a response and means of interrupting another person who started a phrase with mas (but)
nem me fala {phrase} :: tell me about it (expresses agreement with the previous speaker’s statement)
nem me fale {phrase} :: alternative form of nem me fala
nem mesmo {adv} :: Not even, not ... at least
nem morto {adv} [idiomatic, of a person] :: Definitely would not do (an action, a decision, a thought, etc.)
nem pensar {interj} [idiomatic] :: no way; don't even think about it (emphatic negative answer)
nem pensar {interj} :: See: nem pensar
nem que a vaca tussa {adv} [idiomatic] /nẽj̃ ki a ˈvakɐ ˈtusɐ/ :: Definitely not; by no means; not in a million years
nem sequer {adv} :: not even (introduces an emphatic negation)
nem sonhando {adv} [idiomatic] :: there is no way; in your dreams (indicates impossibility)
nem tudo que reluz é ouro {proverb} :: all that glitters is not gold (things that appear valuable or worthwhile might not actually be so)
nenê {m} :: alternative form of neném
nenenzinho {m} /ne.nẽj̃ˈzi.ɲu/ :: diminutive of neném
nenets {m} [usually plural] :: one of the Nenets (people of northwestern Russia)
nenets {m} [uncountable] :: Nenets (Samoyedic language spoken by the Nenets)
nenúfar {m} :: nenuphar; water lily
nenhũa {pron} :: obsolete form of nenhuma
nenhum {pron} /nɨˈɲũ/ :: no, none
nenhuma {pron} /nɨ.ˈɲu.mɐ/ :: feminine singular of nenhum
nenhures {adv} /nɨ.ˈɲu.ɾɨʃ/ :: nowhere (in no place)
neónio {m} [European orthography] /ˈnjɔ.nju/ :: neon
neônio {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of neónio
neném {m} {mf} [Brazil, familiar] /neˈnẽj̃/ :: baby (very young person)
neo- {prefix} :: neo- (indicates novelty, newness)
neo- {prefix} :: forms demonyms corresponding to placenames that contain novo or nova (new)
neoclassicismo {m} :: neoclassicism (art movements inspired by Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome)
neocolonial {adj} [geopolitics] :: neocolonial (of or pertaining to, or based on, neocolonialism)
neocolonialismo {m} :: neocolonialism (control of other countries by the use of economic, political and cultural dominance)
neodímio {m} /ˌne.o.ˈd͡ʒi.mi.o/ :: neodymium (chemical element)
neodymio {m} :: obsolete spelling of neodímio
neofascismo {m} :: neofascism (right-wing political movement inspired by fascism)
neofascista {adj} :: neofascist (of or relating to neofascism)
neofascista {mf} :: neofascist (a follower of neofascism)
neoliberalismo {m} [politics] :: neoliberalism (a political movement that espouses economic liberalism)
neologismo {m} [linguistics] :: neologism
neolítico {m} [archaeology] :: Neolithic (the last period of the Stone Age)
neolítico {adj} [archaeology] :: Neolithic (of or relating to the Neolithic Age)
neomexicano {adj} :: New Mexican (of, from or relating to New Mexico)
neomexicano {m} :: New Mexican (an inhabitant of New Mexico)
neon {m} :: alternative form of néon
neonatal {adj} :: neonatal
neonazi {mf} [Portugal] :: neo-Nazi (a believer in neo-Nazism)
neonazi {adj} [Portugal] :: neo-Nazi (relating to neo-Nazism)
neo-nazi {mf} :: superseded spelling of neonazi
neo-nazi {adj} :: superseded spelling of neonazi
neonazismo {m} :: neo-Nazism (post-Third Reich Nazism)
neo-nazismo {m} :: alternative spelling of neonazismo
neonazista {mf} [Brazil] :: neo-Nazi (a believer in neo-Nazism)
neonazista {adj} [Brazil] :: neo-Nazi (relating to neo-Nazism)
neo-nazista {mf} [Brazil] :: superseded spelling of neonazista
neo-nazista {adj} [Brazil] :: superseded spelling of neonazista
neoprene {m} :: neoprene (a synthetic rubber)
neopreno {m} :: alternative form of neoprene
Neotrópico {prop} {m} [biogeography] :: Neotropic (ecozone covering South America, Central America and the Caribbean)
neozelandês {m} /ˌnɛw.ˌze.lɐ̃.ˈde(j)s/ :: New Zealander (person from New Zealand)
neozelandês {adj} :: New Zealander (of, from or relating to New Zealand)
Nepal {prop} {m} /ne.ˈpaw/ :: Nepal (country)
nepali {m} :: Nepali (Indo-Aryan language spoken in Nepal)
nepalês {adj} :: Nepali (of, from or relating to Nepal)
nepalês {m} :: Nepali (person)
nepalês {m} [uncountable] :: Nepali (Indo-Aryan language spoken in Nepal)
Nepomuceno {prop} :: Nepomuceno (placename)
nepotismo {m} [historical] /ˌne.po.ˈt͡ʃ :: the practice of popes appointing nephews as cardinals
nepotismo {m} :: nepotism (favoring of relatives or personal friends)
neptúnio {m} [European orthography] :: neptunium
Neptuno {prop} {f} [European orthography, Roman god] /nɛpˈtunu/ :: Neptune (god of the sea)
Neptuno {prop} {f} [European orthography, astronomy] :: Neptune (eighth planet of the Solar System)
nerd {mf} /ˈnɛʁd͡ʒ/ :: nerd (intellectual, introverted and quirky person)
nerd {adj} :: nerdy (who is a nerd)
Neri {prop} /ne.ˈɾi/ :: given name
Nero {prop} {m} /ˈnɛ.ɾu/ :: Nero (Roman emperor)
Nero {m} :: an excessively opulent or cruel statesman
Neártico {prop} {m} [biogeography] :: Nearctic (ecozone covering most of the North American continent)
nervo {m} /ˈneɾ.vu/ :: nerve (bundle of neurons)
nervo {m} :: nerve; stamina
nervo abducente {m} [anatomy] :: abducens nerve (eye nerve that controls the lateral rectus muscle)
nervo óptico {m} [neuroanatomy] :: optic nerve (nerve that carries visual information from the retina to the brain)
nervosamente {adv} :: nervously
nervosia {f} :: nervousness (state or quality of being nervous)
nervosismo {m} :: nervousness (state or quality of being nervous)
nervoso {adj} [of a person] /neʁ.ˈvo.zu/ :: nervous (easily agitated)
nervoso {adj} [of a person] :: nervous; anxious
nervoso {adj} [anatomy] :: nervous (relating to the nerves)
nervoso {adj} [colloquial, of a person] :: needlessly angry
nervoso {m} :: a person who is often nervous
nervoso {m} [colloquial] :: a person who is often needlessly angry
nervoso {m} [colloquial] :: a nervous feeling
nervo ótico {m} :: alternative form of nervo óptico
nervura {f} [biology, architecture] :: vein (vein-like salience on a surface)
nescidade {f} /nɨʃ.si.ˈda.dɨ/ :: foolishness, stupidity
nescidade {f} :: a foolish or stupid action
nespereira {f} :: Either of two trees which produce a fruit known as the nêspera:
nespereira {f} [archaic] :: The medlar tree
nespereira {f} :: The loquat tree
nessa {contraction} /ˈnɛ.sɐ/ :: contraction of em essa
nessas {contraction} /ˈnɛ.sɐʃ/ :: contraction of em essas
nesse {contraction} /ˈnesɨ/ :: contraction of em esse
nesses {contraction} /ˈne.sɨʃ/ :: contraction of em esses
nesta {contraction} /ˈnɛʃ.tɐ/ :: contraction of em esta
nestas {contraction} /ˈnɛʃ.tɐʃ/ :: contraction of em estas
neste {pron} /ˈneʃ.tɨ/ :: in this; a contraction of em + este, see em
nestes {contraction} :: contraction of em estes
nestoriana {f} :: feminine noun of nestoriano
nestoriano {adj} [historical, Christianity] :: Nestorian (relating to the teachings of Nestorius)
nestoriano {m} :: Nestorian (a follower of Nestorian Christianity)
net {f} :: Net; the Internet
neta {f} /ˈnɛ.tɐ/ :: granddaughter, female grandchild
netball {m} :: netball (a sport)
netiqueta {f} [Internet] :: netiquette (appropriate conduct online)
netúnio {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of neptúnio
neto {m} /ˈnɛ.tu/ :: grandson, male grandchild
netsuke {m} :: netsuke (miniature Japanese sculptures)
Netuno {prop} {m} [Brazilian orthography] /ne.ˈ :: alternative form of Neptuno
neuma {m} [music] :: neume (sign used in early musical notation)
neura {adj} [colloquial] :: irritated, depressed (in a bad mood)
neura {f} [colloquial] :: irritation, depression
neural {adj} [anatomy] :: neural (relating to nerves)
neuralgia {f} :: alternative form of nevralgia
neurastenia {f} [psychiatry] :: neurasthenia (condition characterized by lassitude, fatigue, headache and irritability)
neurólogo {m} :: neurologist (doctor who specialises in neurology)
neurónico {adj} [European orthography, neuroanatomy] :: neuronal (relating to neurons)
neurônico {adj} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of neurónico
neurónio {m} /new.ˈɾ :: neuron (a cell of the nervous system)
neurônio {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of neurónio
neuro- {prefix} [anatomy] :: neuro- (relating to nerves or the nervous system)
neuroblastoma {m} [oncology] :: neuroblastoma (cancer affecting the ganglia)
neurociência {f} :: neuroscience (scientific study of the nervous system)
neurocirurgia {f} [neurology, surgery] /ˌnew.ɾo.ˌsi.ɾuʁ.ˈʒi.ɐ/ :: neurosurgery (surgery of the nervous system, especially brain)
neuroepitelial {adj} :: neuroepithelial (relating to the neuroepithelium)
neurológico {adj} /new.ɾo.ˈlɔ.ʒi.ku/ :: neurological (relating to the nervous system)
neurológico {adj} :: neurological (relating to neurology)
neurolingüística {f} :: obsolete spelling of neurolinguística
neurolinguística {f} [linguistics, neurology] :: neurolinguistics (study of the brain mechanisms underlying language use)
neurologia {f} :: neurology (branch of medicine that deals with the nervous system)
neurologista {mf} :: neurologist (doctor who specialises in neurology)
neuronal {adj} :: neuronal (relating to neurons)
neuronial {adj} :: alternative form of neuronal
neuropatogénico {adj} :: neuropathogenic
neuropsicológico {adj} :: neuropsychological
neurose {f} [pathology] :: neurosis (mental disorder marked by anxiety or fear)
neurotoxina {f} :: neurotoxin
neurotransmissor {m} :: neurotransmitter
neurotóxico {adj} :: neurotoxic
neurotóxico {m} :: neurotoxin
neurótica {f} :: feminine noun of neurótico
neurótico {m} :: neurotic (person who has neurosis)
neurótico {adj} :: neurotic (affected with neurosis)
neustriano {adj} :: Neustrian (of, from or relating to Neustria)
neustriano {m} :: Neustrian (someone from Neustria)
neutralidade {f} :: neutrality
neutralização {f} :: neutralization (all senses)
neutralizar {v} :: to neutralise (to make inactive or ineffective)
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 (en elementary particle with extremely small mass and no electric charge)
neutrônico {adj} :: neutron (attributive)
neutrónico {adj} :: neutron (attributive)
neutro {adj} :: neutral (not taking sides in a conflict such as war)
neutro {adj} [grammar] :: neuter
neutrão {m} [physics] :: neutron
nevada {f} :: snowfall (instance of falling of snow)
Nevada {prop} {f} :: Nevada (state)
nevado {adj} :: snowy (covered with snow)
nevar {v} /nɨˈvaɾ/ :: to snow (to have snow fall from the sky)
nevasca {f} :: snowstorm (bad weather involving blowing winds and snow)
neve {f} /ˈnɛ.vɨ/ :: snow
Neves Paulista {prop} :: Neves Paulista (placename)
nevezinha {f} :: diminutive of neve
nevóide {adj} :: obsolete spelling of nevoide
nevo {m} [anatomy] :: naevus (pigmented, raised or otherwise abnormal area on the skin)
nevão {m} [Portugal] /nɨˈvɐ̃w̃/ :: snowstorm, blizzard
nevoeiro {m} /nɨ.ˈvwɐj.ɾu/ :: fog, haze, mist
nevoide {adj} [pathology] :: naevoid (resembling a naevus)
nevoso {adj} :: snowy (covered with snow)
nevralgia {f} [pathology, neurology] :: neuralgia (nerve pain)
newari {m} :: Newari (a Tibeto-Burman language spoken in Nepal, India and Bhutan)
New Brunswick {prop} {f} :: New Brunswick (province)
Newcastle {prop} {f} /ˌniw.ˈkɛ.sow/ :: Newcastle (city)
Newcastle {prop} {f} :: Newcastle (city)
newton {m} :: newton (derived unit of force)
nexo {m} /ˈnɛ.ksu/ :: nexus, connection
nexo {m} :: sense, coherence
ney {m} :: ney (a type of flute)
NF {f} :: initialism of nota fiscal (receipt)
Níger {prop} {m} :: Níger (river)
Níger {prop} {m} :: Níger (country)
ngm {pron} [internet slang] :: abbreviation of ninguém
nêgo {m} :: obsolete spelling of nego
nó górdio {m} [Greek mythology] :: Gordian knot (legendary knot in ancient Phrygia)
nó górdio {m} [by extension] :: Gordian knot (intricate problem)
nhé {interj} :: onomatopoeia of a baby’s cry
nhé {interj} :: a stand-in for petty complaining
nhaca {f} [Brazil, slang] /ˈɲa.ka/ :: a very bad or unpleasable smell, often resulting from a combination of multiple bad smells
nhaca {f} [Brazil, slang] :: lack of will or motivation
nhaca {f} [Brazil, slang] :: something poorly made or prepared, especially food
nham {interj} :: The sound of eating, especially when related to tasty food
nhambu {m} :: alternative form of inambu
nhamussoro {m} [Mozambique] :: A medium; one who can communicate with the spirits of the dead
Nhandeara {prop} :: Nhandeara (placename)
nhandu {m} :: alternative form of nandu
nhanha {f} [slang] :: sperm
nhanhado {v} :: past participle of nhanhar
nhanhando {v} :: gerund of nhanhar
nhanhanhã {m} [colloquial, derrogatory] /ɲɐ.ɲɐ.ˈɲɐ̃/ :: muttering (words, specially complaints, uttered roughly or incompletely)
nhanhar {v} :: to have sexual intercourse, to copulate
nheengatu {m} :: Nheengatu (Tupian language spoken as a lingua franca in colonial Brazil)
nhoc {interj} :: The sound of chewing food
nhoque {m} :: gnocchi
náhuatl clássico {m} :: Classical Nahuatl (Nahuatl as spoken at the time of the Spanish conquest)
ni {f} :: nu (the thirteenth letter of the Greek alphabet)
náiada {f} :: alternative form of náiade
náiade {f} [Greek mythology] /ˈnaj.ɐ.ðɨ/ :: naiad
Niamei {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Niamey
Niamey {prop} {f} :: Niamey (capital city)
nibble {m} [computing] :: nibble (half a byte)
nibelungo {m} [Germanic mythology] :: Nibelung (member of an underground, treasure-guarding race)
nióbico {adj} [inorganic chemistry] :: niobic
nicaraguense {adj} :: Nicaraguan (of, from or relating to Nicaragua)
nicaraguense {mf} :: Nicaraguan (person from Nicaragua)
Nicarágua {prop} {f} /ˌni.ka.ˈɾa.ɡwɐ/ :: Nicarágua (country)
Nicarágua {prop} {f} :: Nicarágua (lake)
Nice {prop} {f} [Greek god] :: Nike (goddess of victory)
Nice {prop} {f} :: Nice (city)
Niceia {prop} {f} :: Niceia (ancient city)
nicho {m} /ˈni.ʃu/ :: niche
Nicéia {prop} {f} :: obsolete spelling of Niceia
Nicolau {prop} {m} :: given name
Nicolau Vergueiro {prop} :: Nicolau Vergueiro (placename)
nicotina {f} [chemistry] :: nicotine (addictive alkaloid derived from tobacco)
Nicósia {prop} {f} :: Nicósia (capital city)
nict- {prefix} :: nyct- (relating to night or darkness)
nictemeral {adj} :: nictemeral (varying regularly with a day-night cycle)
nictémero {m} [European orthography] :: nychthemeron (one day and one night)
nictêmero {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of nictémero
nidação {f} [embryology] :: nidation (implantation of the early embryo in the uterus)
nigeriano {adj} :: Nigerian (of, from or relating to Nigeria)
nigeriano {m} :: Nigerian (a person from Nigeria)
night {f} /ˈnajt͡ʃ/ :: nightlife (nocturnal entertainment activities, especially parties and shows)
Nigéria {prop} {f} :: Nigéria (country)
nigromancia {f} :: necromancy (divination involving the dead)
nigérrimo {adj} /ni.ˈʒɛ.ʁ :: superlative of negro
niilismo {m} [philosophy] :: nihilism (philosophical doctrine grounded on the negation of meaningful aspects of life)
niilista {adj} [philosophy] :: nihilistic (relating or subscribing to nihilism)
niilista {mf} [philosophy] :: nihilist (person who subscribes to nihilism)
Nijmegen {prop} {f} :: Nijmegen (city)
Nijni Novgorod {prop} {f} :: Nijni Novgorod (oblast)
Nijni Novgorod {prop} {f} :: Nijni Novgorod (city/regional capital)
Nijni-Novgorod {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Níjni-Novgorod
nilgó {m} :: nilgai (large antelope of northern India)
Nilo {prop} {m} /ˈ :: Nilo (river)
Nilo {prop} {m} :: given name
náilon {m} :: alternative spelling of nylon
Nilo Peçanha {prop} :: Nilo Peçanha (placename)
Nilópolis {prop} :: Nilópolis (placename)
nim {m} /ˈnĩ/ :: neem (Azadirachta indica, an evergreen tree of India)
nim {adv} [humorous, neologism] :: yes and no
nim {m} [humorous, neologism] :: yes and no
nimbo {m} [art] /ˈnĩ.bu/ :: nimbus (luminous disc around the heads of saints)
nimbo {m} [meteorology] :: nimbus (grey rain cloud)
Nimega {prop} {f} :: dated form of Nijmegen
Nimegue {prop} {f} :: dated form of Nijmegen
nimigalha {adv} :: alternative form of nemigalha
Nina {prop} {f} /ˈni.nɐ/ :: given name
ninfa {f} /ˈnĩ.fɐ/ :: nymph
ninfeia {f} :: water lily (any plant of the family Nymphaeaceae)
ninféia {f} :: obsolete spelling of ninfeia
ninfomania {f} :: nymphomania (excess of sexual behaviour or desire in women)
ninguém {pron} /nĩ.ˈɡɐ̃j̃/ :: no one; nobody (not one person)
ninguém {m} :: nobody (someone who is not important or well-known)
ninguém é de ferro {phrase} [idiom] :: Expresses the belief that sometimes, or to some extent, it's normal or understandable succumbing to temptations
ninguém é perfeito {proverb} :: nobody’s perfect (a person’s imperfections should naturally be accepted or forgiven)
Ningxia {prop} {f} :: Ningxia (autonomous region)
ninhada {f} [collective] :: brood (the young of any egg-laying creature)
ninharia {f} :: trifle; triviality (thing of little importance or worth)
ninharia {f} :: an insignificant amount of money
Ninheira {prop} :: Ninheira (placename)
ninho {m} [ornithology] /ˈni.ɲu/ :: nest (bird-built structure)
ninho {m} [by extension] :: nest (place used by any animal for depositing eggs and hatching young)
ninho {m} [figurative] :: one’s home viewed affectionately
ninho de cobra {m} [idiom] :: A place with very unpleasant people
ninho de geada {m} [agriculture, regional, Paraná, São Paulo state] /ˈni.ɲu.d͡ʒi.ʒe.ˈa.da/ :: A place where destructive frosts occur frequently
ninidrina {f} [organic compound] :: ninhydrin (2,2-dihydroxyindane-1,3-dione)
ninja {mf} [martial arts, historical] :: ninja (person trained in stealth, espionage, assassination and ninjutsu)
ninjete {f} :: ninjette, kunoichi (female ninja)
ninjutsu {m} [martial arts] :: ninjutsu (Japanese martial art used for espionage)
Nintendinho {prop} [colloquial, video games] :: NES (Nintendo Entertainment System, a brand of consoles)
Nintendinho {m} [colloquial, video games] :: A NES console
niobita {f} [mineral] :: niobite
nipófilo {m} /ni.ˈpɔ :: Japanophile
nipónico {adj} [European orthography] :: Japanese (of, from or relating to Japan)
nipônico {adj} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of nipónico
Nipoã {prop} :: Nipoã (placename)
nipofilia {f} :: Japanophilia (strong interest in Japan)
niponizar {v} :: to Nipponize
niqab {m} :: niqab; yashmak (face-covering veil worn by Muslim women)
niquelar {vt} :: to nickel (to plate with nickel)
niquelina {f} [mineral] :: nickeline
nirvana {m} [Buddhism] :: nirvana (complete cessation of suffering)
nóis {pron} :: eye dialect of nós
Nisa {prop} {f} /ˈnizɐ/ :: Nisa (village/and/municipality)
nisso {contraction} /ˈ :: in that
nisto {contraction} /ˈniʃ.tu/ :: contraction of em isto (in this)
Niterói {prop} :: Niterói (placename)
nitidez {f} :: definition (clarity of visual presentation)
nitrato {m} [chemistry] :: nitrate (any salt or ester of nitric acid)
nitrato de prata {m} [inorganic compound] :: silver nitrate (silver salt of nitric acid, AgNO3)
nitreira {f} :: nitrary (place where potassium nitrate is produced)
nitreno {m} [organic chemistry] :: nitrene (any univalent nitrogen equivalent of a carbene)
nitretação {f} :: nitriding (method of hardening steel)
nitreto {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: nitride
nitrificação {f} :: nitrification
nitrila {f} [organic chemistry] :: nitrile
nitrilo {m} :: alternative form of nitrila
nitrogenoso {adj} :: nitrogenous (containing nitrogen)
nitroglicerina {f} [organic compound] :: nitroglycerine (a heavy, colourless, oily, explosive liquid)
nitrogénio {m} [European orthography] :: nitrogen
nitrogênio {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of nitrogénio
Niue {prop} {f} :: Niue (island/and/dependency)
nivelado {adj} :: level (same height at all places)
nivelar {v} :: to level (to adjust so as to make level)
Nix {prop} {f} [Greek god] /ˈniks/ :: Nyx (the primordial goddess of night)
Nix {prop} {f} [astronomy] :: Nix (moon of Pluto)
Nizhni Novgorod {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Nijni Novgorod
Nizhny Novgorod {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Nijni Novgorod
Níjni Novgorod {prop} {f} [rare] :: alternative spelling of Nijni Novgorod
Níjni-Novgorod {prop} {f} [rare] :: alternative spelling of Nijni Novgorod
Níjni-Novogorod {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Níjni Novgorod
Nélson {prop} {m} :: given name
nómada {mf} [European orthography] :: alternative form of nómade
nómada {adj} [European orthography] :: alternative form of nómade
nômada {mf} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of nómade
nômada {adj} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of nómade
nómade {mf} [European orthography] :: nomad (a member of a group of people who move around seasonally)
nómade {adj} [European orthography] :: nomadic (leading a wandering life with no fixed abode)
nômade {mf} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of nómade
nômade {adj} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of nómade
número {m} /ˈnu.mɨ.ɾu/ :: number [counting]
número {m} :: issue [of a magazine]
número {m} :: size [in shoes]
número {m} :: number; act [entertainment]
número amigo {m} [number theory] :: amicable number (one of a pair of numbers having the property that the sum of the divisors of each, excluding itself, is equal to the other number)
número amigável {m} [number theory] :: amicable number (one of a pair of numbers having the property that the sum of the divisors of each, excluding itself, is equal to the other number)
número atômico {m} [chemistry] :: atomic number (number of protons)
número atómico {m} [European orthography] :: alternative form of número atômico
número cardinal {m} :: cardinal number
número complexo {m} [complex analysis] :: complex number
número da besta {m} [Christianity] :: Number of the Beast (the number 666)
número da Besta {m} :: alternative spelling of número da besta
número de Avogadro {m} [chemistry] :: Avogadro's number (the number of atoms present in 0.012 kilograms of isotopically pure Carbon-12)
número de Erdös {m} [mathematics] :: Erdős number (degree of collaboration between a mathematician and Paul Erdős)
número de Mach {m} [physics] :: Mach number (ratio of the velocity of a body to that of sound in the surrounding medium)
número de Reynolds {f} [physics] :: Reynolds number (dimensionless parameter of flow)
número de série {m} :: serial number (unique number assigned to a product)
número imaginário {m} [complex analysis] :: imaginary number
número irracional {m} [mathematics] :: irrational number
número Mach {m} :: alternative form of número de Mach
número natural {m} [mathematics] :: natural number
número primo {m} [mathematics] :: prime number (natural number)
número puramente imaginário {m} [complex analysis, rare] :: imaginary number
número racional {m} [mathematics] :: rational number
número real {m} [mathematics] :: real number (limit of a convergent sequence of rational numbers)
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 {prop} {f} [European orthography, Greek god] :: Nemesis (goddess of vengeance)
Nêmesis {prop} {f} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of Némesis
NMHO {phrase} :: alternative form of EMHO; abbreviation of na minha humilde opinião
númmero {m} [rare] :: obsolete spelling of número
nn {adv} [Internet slang, text messaging] :: alternative form of n
nn {m} [Internet slang, text messaging] :: alternative form of n
nn {interj} [Internet slang, text messaging] :: alternative form of n
núncio {m} :: nuncio (title used for Catholic clerics)
nénia {f} [European orthography] :: dirge; nenia (a mournful poem or song)
nênia {f} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative spelling of nénia
nónio {m} [European orthography] :: nonius (device for adjusting the accuracy of mathematical instruments)
nônio {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of nónio
Nínive {prop} {f} :: Nínive (ancient city)
não {adv} /nɐ̃w̃/ :: [preceding verbs or adverbs] not; do not; have not (negates the meaning of the verb or adverb)
não {adv} :: [preceding verbs] used in sentences containing a negative pronoun as the object; see double negative
não {adv} :: [colloquial, following verb phrases] used to emphasise sentences containing a negative pronoun as the subject or already containing não
não {adv} :: [beginning questions] isn't (used to ask whether a person agrees with the proposition, rather than to ask for an unknown fact)
não {adv} :: [preceding adjectives, usually hyphenated] non- (forms antonyms of adjectives)
não {adv} :: [as a sentence-final parenthesis] isn't it? right? (tag question)
não {interj} :: no (used to show disagreement or negation)
não {interj} :: no (used to show agreement with a negative question)
não {m} :: no (a negative answer)
no {contraction} /nu/ :: contraction of em o
no {pron} :: alternative form of o
não é {interj} :: See: não é
não é {interj} [colloquial, interrogatory] :: isn't it (so); innit; right (used as a tag question to ask for someone's opinion)
não é {interj} [colloquial, often interrogatory] :: duh; obviously (expresses that something is obvious)
Noé {prop} {m} [biblical character] /no.ˈɛ/ :: Noah (man whose family survived the Deluge)
NO {m} :: abbreviation of noroeste
no ano da Hégira {adv} :: Anno Hegirae (as counted by the Islamic calendar)
no ar {adj} [broadcasting] :: on air, live (transmitting live)
no ar {adj} [figuratively, of a feeling] :: susceptible to perception and senses, present in the atmosphere
no ar {adj} [colloquial] :: fuzzy (not clearly defined or stated)
no ar {adj} :: See: no ar
nobilitado {v} :: past participle of nobilitar
nobilitando {v} :: gerund of nobilitar
nobilitar {v} :: to ennoble
noblesse oblige {mf} /nuˌβlɛs(ɨ) uˈβliʒɨ/ :: noblesse oblige (the honourable obligation that is the responsibility of those of high rank)
nobélio {m} /nu.ˈβɛ.lju/ :: nobelium (chemical element)
nobre {adj} /ˈnɔ.βɾɨ/ :: noble (pertaining to nobility)
nobre {adj} :: noble; honorable; virtuous (morally good)
nobre {adj} :: high-end; high-quality; prized (having exceptionally high quality)
nobre {adj} [carpentry, of wood] :: dense and resistant
nobre {adj} [gastronomy, of fish] :: having few or no bones in its meat
nobre {mf} :: noble; aristocrat
nobreza {f} /nu.ˈβɾe.zɐ/ :: nobility
não brinca {phrase} :: no kidding (exclamation of amazement)
nocaute {m} :: knockout (act of making someone unconscious in a fight)
nocautear {vt} :: to knock out (render someone unconscious in a fight)
nocividade {f} :: harmfulness (the characteristic of being harmful)
nocivo {adj} :: harmful; noxious
noctâmbulo {m} :: night owl (one who stays up late at night)
noctâmbulo {adj} :: who stays up late at night
nocturno {adj} :: obsolete spelling of noturno
noctívago {m} :: night owl (one who stays up late at night)
noctívago {adj} :: who stays up late at night
não custa nada {phrase} [idiom] :: Said to justify doing something that is (or would be) easy to be done, especially when one is reluctant or doubtful about doing it
nodal {adj} :: nodal (relating to nodes)
não deu outra {phrase} [idiomatic] :: Phrase used when a situation previously expected as undesirable actually occurs
no Dia de São Nunca {adv} [idiomatic] :: when pigs fly (never)
no Dia de São Nunca à tarde {adv} [idiomatic] :: when pigs fly (never)
não diga {phrase} :: alternative form of não me diga
nodo {m} [graph theory] :: node (vertex of a graph)
no duro {adv} [idiomatic] :: As a fact; really; truthfully
Noemi {prop} {f} /ˌno.e.ˈmi/ :: given name
Noemi {prop} {f} [biblical character] :: Naomi (Ruth’s mother-in-law in the Book of Ruth)
no entanto {adv} /nwẽ.ˈtɐ̃.tu/ :: nevertheless, nonetheless (in spite of what preceded)
não estar com nada {v} :: to be worthless, useless
não estar com nada {v} :: to be uncool
não existe almoço de graça {proverb} :: alternative form of não existe almoço grátis
não existe almoço grátis {proverb} :: there's no such thing as a free lunch (everything has a cost)
no fim das contas {adv} [idiomatic] :: at the end of the day; ultimately; after all
no final das contas {adv} [idiomatic] :: all things considered; all in all; at the end of the day
nogado {m} :: nougat (a confection of honey and roasted nuts)
nogai {m} :: Nogai (member of a Turkic ethnic group who live in southern European Russia)
no geral {adv} [colloquial] :: by and large (generally; with few exceptions)
nogueira {f} :: walnut (tree)
nogueira pecã {f} :: alternative spelling of nogueira-pecã
nogueira-pecã {f} :: pecan (Carya illinoinensis, a deciduous tree)
não há de quê {phrase} :: you're welcome (reply to thanks)
não há fumaça sem fogo {proverb} :: no smoke without fire (gossip or accusations are often substantiated by fact)
não há lugar como nosso lar {proverb} :: there's no place like home (one’s home is the best place)
não há lugar como o nosso lar {phrase} :: alternative form of não há lugar como nosso lar
não há mal que não venha por bem {proverb} :: every cloud has a silver lining (in every bad situation there is an element of good)
não há regra sem exceção {proverb} :: synonym of toda regra tem exceção
noia {adj} [Brazil, slang] :: (often excessively) drug-addicted
noia {adj} [Brazil, slang] :: stoned; doped
noia {adj} [Brazil, slang, sometimes pejorative] :: crazy; mad
noia {adj} [Brazil, slang, pejorative] :: stupid; fool
noia {mf} [Brazil, slang] :: a drug-addicted person
noia {mf} [Brazil, slang] :: a person under the effects of one or more drugs
noia {mf} [Brazil, slang] :: a crazy or mad person
noia {mf} [Brazil, slang] :: a stupid, foolish or uncivilized person
não ir com a cara de {v} [idiomatic] :: to dislike (someone)
noitada {f} :: night (night spent at a particular activity)
noitada {f} [colloquial] :: all-nighter
noite {f} /ˈnoj.tɨ/ :: night (period between sunset and sunrise)
Noite de Guy Fawkes {prop} {f} :: Guy Fawkes Night (November 5th celebration of the arresting of Guy Fawkes)
noite de santa Valburga {f} :: Walpurgis night (a feast of witchcraft in German folklore)
noite de São Silvestre {prop} {f} :: New Year's Eve (the night of December 31st)
noite de Walpurgis {f} :: Walpurgis night (a feast of witchcraft in German folklore)
noite morta {f} [idiomatic] :: dead of night (the middle of the night)
noitibó {m} :: nightjar (nocturnal bird of the family Caprimulgidae)
noitinha {f} :: evening (time between dusk and night)
noiturno {adj} [archaic, hypercorrect] /nojˈtuɾ.nu/ :: alternative form of noturno
noiva {n} /ˈnoj.vɐ/ :: bride (feminine noun of noivo)
noiva {n} :: fiancée (a engaged woman about to marry)
noivado {m} :: engagement, betrothal
noivinha {f} /noj.ˈvi.ɲɐ/ :: diminutive of noiva
noivo {m} /ˈ :: fiancé
noivo {m} :: groom, bridegroom
nojento {adj} :: disgusting; gross
nojo {m} /ˈno.ʒu/ :: disgust
nojo {m} :: repugnance
nojo {m} :: mourning, sadness
no limiar de {adv} :: In context of being about to happen, occur or take place; about to; imminently
nom {adv} [dated, dialectal] /ˈnõ/ :: alternative form of não
noma {f} [disease] :: noma (gangrenous disease of the mouth and cheeks)
no mais {adv} :: otherwise (in all other respects)
nomádico {adj} :: nomadic (of, or relating to nomads)
nomádico {adj} :: nomadic (leading a wandering life with no fixed abode)
nome {m} /ˈno.mɨ/ :: name (word or phrase which identifies an individual person, place, class, or thing)
nome {m} :: name (what somebody is known for)
nome {m} [grammar] :: noun
nomeadamente {adv} :: namely; specifically
nomeação {f} /numjɐˈsɐ̃w̃/ :: appointment, nomination, preferment
nomear {v} /ˌnu.mi.ˈaɾ/ :: to name (give a name to)
nomear {v} :: to nominate (name someone as a candidate for a particular role or position)
nomear {v} :: to entitle (give a title to)
nomear {v} :: to elect (choose a candidate in an election)
nomear {v} :: to name (publicly implicate)
nome botânico {m} [botany] :: botanical name (scientific name of a plant)
nome científico {m} [taxonomy] :: scientific name (formal name according to the taxonomic standard)
nome comercial {m} :: trade name (name used to identify a commercial product or service)
nome de batismo {f} :: Christian name (first name given at Christian baptism)
nome de família {m} :: surname (name that indicates family)
nome de usuário {m} [computing] :: username (a person’s identification on a computer system)
não me diga {phrase} :: See: não me diga
não me diga {phrase} [idiomatic] :: you don't say (expression of surprise; often used sarcastically to express that an affirmation was obvious)
nome do meio {m} :: middle name (name between given name and surname)
não-me-esqueças {m} :: forget-me-not (plant of the genus Myosotis)
nomenclatura {f} :: nomenclature
nomenclatura {f} :: nomenklatura
nomenclatura binomial {f} [biology, taxonomy] :: binomial nomenclature (the scientific system of naming each species of organism with a Latinised name in two parts)
nome próprio {m} :: given name; first name (name chosen for a child by his parents)
nome próprio {m} [grammar] :: proper noun (noun denoting an individual entity)
não meter prego nem estopa {v} [idiomatic] :: to be not involved in something
Não-Me-Toque {prop} :: Não-Me-Toque (placename)
Noémia {prop} {f} [European orthography] :: given name
Noémia {prop} {f} [European orthography, biblical character] :: Naomi (mother-in-law of Ruth)
Noêmia {prop} {f} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of Noémia
nominal {adj} :: nominal
nominalismo {m} [philosophy] :: nominalism (doctrine that universals do not have an existence except as names for classes of concrete objects)
nominalização {f} [grammar] :: nominalization (use of a non-noun as a noun)
nominativo {adj} /ˌˈt͡ʃ :: nominal (concerning or containing names)
nominativo {adj} :: nominal (assigned to or bearing a person’s name)
nominativo {adj} :: which exists only in name
nominativo {adj} [grammar] :: nominative (giving a name, naming; designating)
no momento {adv} :: See: no momento
no momento {adv} [idiomatic] :: at the moment; right now
no máximo {adv} :: at most (at a maximum or upper limit)
néon {m} [European orthography] :: neon (element with the atomic number of 10)
nona {f} [familiar, South Brazil, São Paulo] /ˈ :: grandmother
nona {f} [Christianity] :: nun
nonagésimo {ordinal num} :: ninetieth
nongentésimo {ordinal num} :: nine hundredths
nonilhão {m} :: nonillion (1030)
nonilião {m} :: alternative form of nonilhão
noningentésimo {ordinal num} :: nine hundredths
nono {ordinal num} /ˈ :: ninth
nono {m} [South Brazil, familiar] :: grandfather
Nonoai {prop} :: Nonoai (placename)
noção {f} :: notion; idea; conception
noção {f} [uncountable] :: knowledge; information; the state of being aware of something
noob {mf} [Internet slang] :: noob (inexperienced user)
não obstante {adv} :: nevertheless (in spite of what preceded)
nop {interj} [colloquial, neologism] /ˈnɔp/ :: nope
no ponto {adj} [of cooking, particularly meats] :: not rare nor well done
no que {conj} :: as soon as (immediately after)
não querer ver nem pintado {vi} [idiom] :: to be unwilling to see someone; this indicates hostility, animosity towards that person
nora {f} /ˈnɔ.ɾɐ/ :: daughter-in-law
nora {f} :: noria (waterwheel with buckets, used to raise water)
nordeste {m} /nɔɾ.ˈðɛʃ.tɨ/ :: northeast (compass point)
Nordeste {prop} {m} /ˌnɔɾˈðɛʃt(ɨ)/ :: Nordeste (village/and/municipality)
Nordeste {prop} {m} :: Nordeste (macroregion)
Nordestina {prop} :: Nordestina (placename)
nordestino {adj} :: northeastern
Norilsk {prop} {f} :: Norilsk (city)
norma {f} /ˈnɔʁ.mɐ/ :: norm (rule that is enforced by members of a community)
normal {adj} /nɔɾ.ˈmaɫ/ :: normal, standard, regular
normalidade {f} [uncountable] :: normality (the state of being normal)
normalidade {f} :: normality (something that is normal)
normalização {f} :: normalization (any process that makes something more normal)
normalização {f} :: normalization (any process that makes something conform to norms)
normalmente {adv} :: normally
Normandia {prop} {f} :: Normandia (traditional region/and/mediaeval kingdom)
normando {m} :: Norman (a person from Normandy)
normando {adj} :: Norman (of, from or relating to Normandy)
normativização {f} :: normativization
normativo {adj} :: normative (establishing or prescribing a norm)
normatização {f} :: normalization (process that makes something fit to a set of norms)
noroeste {m} /nɔ.ˈɾwɛʃ.tɨ/ :: northwest (compass point)
norreno {m} :: Old Norse (Germanic language spoken in Scandinavia before 1400 CE)
nortada {f} [meteorology] :: north wind
norte {m} /ˈnɔɾ.tɨ/ :: north (compass point)
norte-americano {adj} /ˈnɔɾ.t͡ʃɾiˈkɜ.nu]/ :: American (of, from or relating to the United States)
norte-americano {adj} :: North American (of, from or relating to North America)
norte-americano {m} :: American (someone from the United States)
norte-americano {m} :: North American (someone from North America)
norte-coreano {adj} :: North Korean (of, from or relating to North Korea)
norte-coreano {m} :: North Korean (person from North Korea)
norte-irlandês {m} :: Northern Irishman; Northern Irelander (person from Northern Ireland)
norte-irlandês {adj} :: Northern Irish (of, from or relating to Northern Ireland)
nortenho {adj} :: northern (of, from or pertaining to the north)
norte-rio-grandense {mf} :: someone from the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Norte
norte-rio-grandense {adj} :: of, from or relating to the state of Rio Grande do Norte
nortista {adj} :: northern
nortista {mf} :: northerner
Nortúmbria {prop} {f} [historical] /noʁ.ˈtũ.bɾi.ɐ/ :: Nortúmbria (mediaeval kingdom)
Noruega {prop} {f} /ˌno.ɾu.ˈɛ.ɡɐ/ :: Noruega (country)
norueguez {m} :: obsolete spelling of norueguês
norueguez {adj} :: obsolete spelling of norueguês
norueguês {m} /no.ɾu.e.ˈɡe(j)s/ :: Norwegian (someone from Norway)
norueguês {m} [uncountable] :: Norwegian (language of Norway)
norueguês {adj} :: Norwegian (of Norway)
norueguês {adj} :: Norwegian (of the Norwegian language)
Noruz {prop} {m} :: Nowruz (Iranian New Year)
nos {pron} /ˈnuʃ/ :: obsolete spelling of nós
nos {contraction} :: contraction of em os
nos {pron} :: alternative form of o
nos bastidores {adv} :: See: nos bastidores
nos bastidores {adv} [idiomatic] :: behind the scenes (in secret; out of public view)
não sei das quantas {phrase} [colloquial, idiom] :: A placeholder
não sei das quantas {phrase} :: Used after a noun, with some information left unexplained; typically, it lacks adjectives, qualifiers or the full name of the object
não sei das quantas {phrase} :: Used in place of an unknown surname
não sei, não quero saber e tenho raiva de quem sabe {phrase} :: I definitely don't care
não se pode julgar um livro pela capa {proverb} :: you can't judge a book by its cover (it is not possible to judge things by external appearances alone)
nos últimos tempos {adv} :: lately (in the recent times)
nos mesmos moldes {adv} :: in the same vein; similarly; likewise
nosocómio {m} [archaic] /nɔzɔˈkɔmju/ :: hospital
nosocômio {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of nosocómio
nossa {pron} /ˈnɔ.sɐ/ :: f. sg. form of possessive nosso
nossa {interj} :: oh my God! (said in excitement, shock, awe or dismay)
nossas {pron} /ˈnɔ.sɐʃ/ :: f. pl. form of possessive nosso
nossa senhora {interj} :: alternative form of minha nossa senhora
Nossa Senhora {prop} {f} :: Our Lady (Virgin Mary)
Nossa Senhora da Piedade {prop} {f} :: Our Lady of Sorrows (Virgin Mary)
Nossa Senhora das Angústias {prop} {f} :: Our Lady of Sorrows (Virgin Mary)
Nossa Senhora das Dores {prop} {f} :: Our Lady of Sorrows (Virgin Mary)
Nossa Senhora das Lágrimas {prop} {f} :: Our Lady of Sorrows (Virgin Mary)
Nossa Senhora da Soledade {prop} {f} :: Our Lady of Sorrows (Virgin Mary)
Nossa Senhora das Sete Dores {prop} {f} :: Our Lady of Sorrows (virgin Mary)
Nossa Senhora do Calvário {prop} {f} :: Our Lady of Sorrows (Virgin Mary)
Nossa Senhora do Pranto {prop} {f} :: Our Lady of Sorrows (Virgin Mary)
nosso {pron} /ˈnɔ.su/ :: 1. personpl. possessivepronoun Our; ours
nossos {pron} /ˈnɔ.suʃ/ :: m. pl. form of possessive nosso
nostalgia {f} /nuʃ.taɫ.ˈʒi.ɐ/ :: nostalgia (yearning for the past)
nostálgico {adj} :: nostalgic (pertaining to or exhibiting nostalgia)
no susto {adv} :: See: no susto
no susto {adv} :: as an involuntary response to a sudden scare; with a startle
no susto {adv} :: as a response to an urgent need
nota {f} /ˈnɔ.tɐ/ :: note (a banknote)
nota {f} :: note (music)
nota {f} :: note (written)
nota {f} :: mark, grade
nota azul {f} :: A grade (as in a test) that is above average
notabilidade {f} :: notability
nota de ornamento {f} [music] :: grace note (note that does not count as part of the total time value of the measure)
nota de rodapé {f} :: footnote (comment at the bottom of a printed page)
nota fiscal {f} :: receipt (written acknowledgement of a payment)
notação {f} /ˌno.ta.ˈsɐ̃w̃/ :: notation (act or process of representing by a system or set of marks, signs, figures or characters)
notação {f} :: notation (system of characters, symbols, or abbreviated expressions)
notação algébrica {f} [chess] :: algebraic notation (a method for recording chess moves using letters and numbers)
notação algébrica {f} :: See: notação algébrica
notação húngara {f} [programming] :: Hungarian notation (convention in which the name of a variable indicates its data type)
notação polonesa {f} [arithmetic, programming] :: Polish notation (notation for arithmetic formulae in which the operations are written before the operands)
notação polonesa inversa {f} :: alternative form of notação polonesa reversa
notação polonesa reversa {f} [arithmetic] :: reverse Polish notation (notation in which numbers precede operators)
nota ornamental {f} [music] :: grace note (note that does not count as part of the total time value of the measure)
nota promissória {f} [finance] :: promissory note (document indicating that someone owes a specified amount of money)
notar {vt} /nu.ˈtaɾ/ :: to notice; to observe; to take notice (to see or realise something previously unknown or unseen)
notar {vt} :: to note (to record in writing)
notarial {adj} :: notarial
notavel {adj} :: obsolete spelling of notável
notavelmente {adv} :: notably
nota vermelha {f} :: A grade (as in a test) that is below average
notícia {f} /nu.ˈti.sjɐ/ :: news (a single news item)
notícia {f} :: message
notícia {f} :: communication
notícia ruim chega rápido {proverb} [Brazil] :: no news is good news (literally: Bad news arrive fast)
notícias {fp} /nuˈtisjɐʃ/ :: news
note {m} [computing] /ˈnowt͡ʃ/ :: clipping of notebook
notebook {m} /ˌnowt͡ʃ.ˈbuk/ :: notebook computer (small, portable computer)
não-te-esqueças {m} :: alternative form of não-me-esqueças
noticia {f} :: obsolete spelling of notícia
noticiado {v} :: past participle of noticiar
noticiando {v} :: gerund of noticiar
noticiar {v} :: to announce
noticiário {m} /nu.ti.ˈsja.ɾju/ :: news (radio or TV broadcast)
notificado {v} :: past participle of notificar
notificando {v} :: gerund of notificar
notificação {f} :: notification
notificar {v} :: to notify
notoriedade {f} :: notoriety
notoriedade {f} :: prominency
notário {m} /nu.ˈta.ɾju/ :: notary
notário {m} :: registrar
notório {adj} :: notorious
notório {adj} :: open, public
notório {adj} :: illustrious
noturno {adj} /nɔ.ˈtuɾ.nu/ :: nocturnal, nightly, overnight (happen or done during night; related to the night)
noturno {m} [music] :: nocturne
notívago {m} :: alternative form of noctívago
notívago {adj} :: alternative form of noctívago
notável {adj} :: notable, noteworthy, remarkable
notável {adj} :: noticeable
Nouakchott {prop} {f} :: Nouakchott (capital city)
nougat {m} :: nougat (a confection of honey and roasted nuts)
noute {f} [dated] :: alternative form of noite
noutra {contraction} /ˈno(w).tɾɐ/ :: contraction of em outra
noutras {contraction} /ˈno(w).tɾɐʃ/ :: contraction of em outras
noutro {contraction} /ˈno(w).tɾu/ :: contraction of em outro
noutros {contraction} /ˈno(w).tɾuʃ/ :: contraction of em outros
nouturno {adj} :: alternative form of noturno
Nova Aliança {prop} :: Nova Aliança (placename)
Nova Alvorada {prop} :: Nova Alvorada (placename)
Nova Amesterdão {prop} {f} [Portugal] :: alternative form of Nova Amsterdam
Nova Amsterdã {prop} {f} [Brazil] :: alternative form of Nova Amsterdam
Nova Amsterdam {prop} {f} [historical] :: New Amsterdam (former name of New York City, when it was a Dutch colony)
Nova Araçá {prop} :: Nova Araçá (placename)
Nova Bassano {prop} :: Nova Bassano (placename)
Nova Belém {prop} :: Nova Belém (placename)
Nova Boa Vista {prop} :: Nova Boa Vista (placename)
Nova Bréscia {prop} :: Nova Bréscia (placename)
Nova Brunswick {prop} {f} :: Nova Brunswick (province)
Nova Caledónia {prop} {f} [European orthography] :: Nova Caledónia (island/and/overseas territory)
Nova Caledônia {prop} {f} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of Nova Caledónia
Nova Campina {prop} :: Nova Campina (placename)
Nova Canaã {prop} :: Nova Canaã (placename)
Nova Canaã Paulista {prop} :: Nova Canaã Paulista (placename)
Nova Candelária {prop} :: Nova Candelária (placename)
Nova Castilho {prop} :: Nova Castilho (placename)
Nova Deli {prop} {f} :: Nova Deli (capital city)
Nova Era {prop} :: Nova Era (placename)
Nova Erechim {prop} :: Nova Erechim (placename)
Nova Escócia {prop} {f} :: Nova Escócia (province)
Nova Esperança do Sul {prop} :: Nova Esperança do Sul (placename)
Nova Europa {prop} :: Nova Europa (placename)
Nova Friburgo {prop} :: Nova Friburgo (placename)
Nova Fátima {prop} :: Nova Fátima (placename)
Nova Gales do Sul {prop} {f} :: Nova Gales do Sul (state)
Nova Granada {prop} :: Nova Granada (placename)
Nova Guataporanga {prop} :: Nova Guataporanga (placename)
Nova Guiné {prop} {f} :: Nova Guiné (island)
Nova Guiné Holandesa {prop} {f} [historical] :: Nova Guiné Holandesa (former colony)
Nova Hampshire {prop} {f} :: Nova Hampshire (state)
Nova Hartz {prop} :: Nova Hartz (placename)
Nova Ibiá {prop} :: Nova Ibiá (placename)
Nova Iguaçu {prop} :: Nova Iguaçu (placename)
Nova Independência {prop} :: Nova Independência (placename)
Nova Inglaterra {prop} {f} :: Nova Inglaterra (traditional region)
Nova Iorque {prop} {f} :: Nova Iorque (state)
Nova Iorque {prop} {f} :: Nova Iorque (city)
nova-iorquino {m} :: New Yorker (a native of New York City)
nova-iorquino {adj} :: of, from or relating to New York City
Nova Irlanda {prop} {f} :: Nova Irlanda (island)
Novais {prop} {mf} :: surname
Novais {prop} :: Novais (placename)
Nova Itaberaba {prop} :: Nova Itaberaba (placename)
Nova Itarana {prop} :: Nova Itarana (placename)
Nova Jersey {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Nova Jérsei
Nova Jérsei {prop} {f} :: Nova Jérsei (state)
não valer um centavo {v} [idiom] :: To be worthless; to be without use or value
Nova Lima {prop} :: Nova Lima (placename)
Nova Luzitânia {prop} :: Nova Luzitânia (placename)
Nova Módica {prop} :: Nova Módica (placename)
novamente {adv} /nɔvɐˈmẽtɨ/ :: again (having already happened before)
no vamo ver {adv} [colloquial] :: poorly planned; not devised carefully
novação {f} :: novation
Nova Odessa {prop} :: Nova Odessa (placename)
nova ordem mundial {f} :: New World Order (global peace and stability achieved through a new political order)
nova ordem mundial {f} [conspiracy theories] :: New World Order (planned rule of the world by a secret global elite)
Nova Orleans {prop} {f} :: alternative form of Nova Orleães
Nova Orleães {prop} {f} :: Nova Orleães (city)
Nova Palma {prop} :: Nova Palma (placename)
Nova Pádua {prop} :: Nova Pádua (placename)
Nova Petrópolis {prop} :: Nova Petrópolis (placename)
Nova Ponte {prop} :: Nova Ponte (placename)
Nova Porteirinha {prop} :: Nova Porteirinha (placename)
Nova Prata {prop} :: Nova Prata (placename)
Nova Ramada {prop} :: Nova Ramada (placename)
Nova Redenção {prop} :: Nova Redenção (placename)
Nova República {prop} {f} :: The period of the history of Brazil since the restoration of civilian government in 1985
Nova Resende {prop} :: Nova Resende (placename)
Nova Roma do Sul {prop} :: Nova Roma do Sul (placename)
Nova Santa Rita {prop} :: Nova Santa Rita (placename)
Nova Serrana {prop} :: Nova Serrana (placename)
Novas Hébridas {prop} {fp} :: Novas Hébridas (archipelago)
Nova Soure {prop} :: Nova Soure (placename)
novato {m} /no.ˈva.tu/ :: beginner; newbie (new (inexperienced) user or participant)
novato {adj} :: inexperienced
Nova Trento {prop} :: Nova Trento (placename)
Nova União {prop} :: Nova União (placename)
Nova Veneza {prop} :: Nova Veneza (placename)
Nova Viçosa {prop} :: Nova Viçosa (placename)
Nova York {prop} {f} :: alternative form of Nova Iorque
Nova Zelândia {prop} {f} :: Nova Zelândia (archipelago/and/country)
Nova Zembla {prop} {f} :: Nova Zembla (archipelago)
nove {num} /ˈnɔ.vɨ]/ :: nine
nove {m} :: nine
novecentos {adj} /nɔ.vɨ.ˈsẽ.tuʃ/ :: nine hundred; 900
novecentos {m} :: nine hundred (the value of 900, or something with the value of 900)
novela {f} /no.ˈvɛ.la/ :: novel (work of prose fiction)
novela {f} :: soap opera
novela mexicana {f} [usually, as part of a simile] :: a dramatic situation
novela mexicana {f} :: See: novela mexicana
novelista {mf} :: novelist (author of novels)
novella {f} :: obsolete spelling of novela
novelo {m} :: ball of rolled up thread or string
novelo {m} [figurative] :: intrigue, plot
novembro {m} /nu.ˈvẽ.bɾu/ :: November
Novembro {m} :: superseded spelling of novembro
novena {f} :: a period of nine days
novena {f} :: a set of nine things
novena {f} [Roman Catholicism] :: novena (a recitation of prayers for nine days)
noventa {num} /nu.ˈvẽ.tɐ/ :: ninety
noventa {m} :: ninety
não ver a hora {v} [idiom] :: can't wait (eagerly anticipate)
no vermelho {adj} [idiom] :: in the red; buried in debts (having many debts to pay)
noves fora {phrase} [colloquial, math] :: refers to the act of casting out nines
noves fora {phrase} [colloquial, by extension] :: refers to the act of verification, looking for proof
Novgorod {prop} {f} :: Novgorod (oblast)
Novgorod {prop} {f} :: Novgorod (city/regional capital)
novidade {f} /ˈða.ðɨ/ :: novelty
novilha {f} :: heifer
novilho {m} :: calf (young bull)
novilíngua {f} :: Newspeak (fictional language designed to restrict thoughts)
novinho {adj} /no.ˈvi.ɲu/ :: diminutive of novo
novinho {adj} [affectionate] :: young
novinho {adj} :: brand new
no vinho a verdade {proverb} :: in vino veritas (one tells the truth under the influence of alcohol)
no vinho, a verdade {proverb} :: alternative spelling of no vinho a verdade
noviço {m} [religion] /no.ˈ :: novice (new member of a religious order)
noviço {m} [by extension] :: beginner; novice (inexperienced person)
noviço {adj} :: inexperienced
Novi Sad {prop} {f} :: Novi Sad (city/provincial capital)
novo {adj} [of things] /ˈ :: new
novo {adj} :: recently made or created
novo {adj} :: not previously worn or used
novo {adj} :: recently discovered
novo {adj} [of a period of time, often follows the noun] :: new (about to begin or recently begun)
novo {adj} [of persons or sometimes animals] :: young
novo {adj} :: original (fresh; different)
novo {m} :: new ideas or things; novelties
Novo Barreiro {prop} :: Novo Barreiro (placename)
Novo Cabrais {prop} :: Novo Cabrais (placename)
Novo Cruzeiro {prop} :: Novo Cruzeiro (placename)
novo em folha {adj} :: brand new (utterly new)
Novo Hamburgo {prop} :: Novo Hamburgo (placename)
Novo Horizonte {prop} :: Novo Horizonte (placename)
Novo Horizonte {prop} :: Novo Horizonte (placename)
Novo Horizonte {prop} :: Novo Horizonte (placename)
Novokuznetsk {prop} {f} :: Novokuznetsk (city)
no volante {adj} :: behind the wheel (driving a vehicle)
no volante {adj} [figurative] :: behind the wheel (in control of something)
Novo Machado {prop} :: Novo Machado (placename)
novo mundo {m} :: alternative form of Novo Mundo
Novo Mundo {prop} {m} [geography] :: New World (the Americas and the Caribbean)
Novo México {prop} {m} :: Novo México (state)
Novo Oriente de Minas {prop} :: Novo Oriente de Minas (placename)
novo-rico {m} [pejorative] :: nouveau riche (one who has gained wealth, but lacks the refinement of rich people)
Novorizonte {prop} :: Novorizonte (placename)
Novorossisk {prop} {f} :: Novorossisk (city)
Novorossiysk {prop} {f} :: alternative form of Novorossisk
Novosibirsk {prop} {f} :: Novosibirsk (oblast)
Novosibirsk {prop} {f} :: Novosibirsk (city/regional capital)
Novo Testamento {prop} {m} :: New Testament (second half of the Christian Bible)
Novo Tiradentes {prop} :: Novo Tiradentes (placename)
Novo Triunfo {prop} :: Novo Triunfo (placename)
Novo Xingu {prop} :: Novo Xingu (placename)
noyte {f} :: obsolete spelling of noite
noz {f} /ˈnɔʃ/ :: nut
noz {f} :: walnut (fruit)
noz {f} [usually used in plural, slang] :: testicle
noz de areca {f} :: areca nut (seed of the areca palm)
nozes {pron} [humorous] :: misconstruction of nós
noz macadâmia {f} :: alternative spelling of noz-macadâmia
noz-macadâmia {f} :: macadamia (fruit of the macadamia tree)
noz-moscada {f} :: nutmeg (Myristica fragrans, an evergreen tree of the East Indies)
noz-moscada {f} :: nutmeg (the spicy seed of the nutmeg tree)
núpcias {fp} :: wedding
núpcias {fp} :: nuptials
NP-completo {adj} [computing theory] :: NP-complete
Nápoles {prop} {f} /ˈna.po.lis/ :: Nápoles (city/and/province/regional capital)
níquel {m} [uncountable] /ˈni.kew/ :: nickel (element)
níquel {m} :: nickel (coin made of nickel)
nórdico antigo {m} :: Old Norse (Germanic language spoken in Scandinavia before 1400 CE)
nártex {m} [architecture] :: narthex (vestibule leading to the nave)
nós {pron} /ˈnɔʃ/ :: first-person plural nominative personal pronoun: we
nós {pron} :: first-person plural prepositional pronoun: us
nòs {pron} :: obsolete spelling of nós
néscio {adj} /ˈnɛʃ.sju/ :: ignorant, dumb, not aware of, uneducated
néscio {m} :: someone who is ignorant, dumb, uneducated
NSDAP {prop} {mf} [history] :: NSDAP
nêspera {f} /ˈneʃpɨɾɐ/ :: The loquat (fruit)
nêspera {f} [archaic] :: The medlar (fruit)
nítido {adj} :: Free of ambiguity or doubt; clear
nútria {f} :: coypu (Myocastor coypus, a large, semiaquatic rodent of South America)
nítrico {adj} :: nitric (relating to nitrogen)
nu {adj} /ˈnu/ :: naked, nude
nuança {f} :: gradation of colour
nuança {f} :: nuance (minor distinction; fine detail)
nuance {f} :: alternative form of nuança
nubente {adj} :: betrothed
nublado {adj} :: cloudy (covered with clouds)
nublar {vi} :: to become cloudy
nuca {f} /ˈnu.kɐ/ :: nape (back part of the neck)
nuclídeo {m} :: nuclide
nucleação {f} [physics] :: nucleation (first stage of a phase transition in a small region)
nucleação {f} [cytology] :: nucleation (formation of cell nuclei)
nuclear {adj} :: nuclear; central (to a centre around which something is developed or organised)
nuclear {adj} [biology] :: nuclear (relating to the nucleus of cells)
nuclear {adj} [physics] :: nuclear (relating to the nucleus of atoms)
nuclear {adj} :: nuclear (involving atomic energy or weapons)
nucleófilo {m} [chemistry] :: nucleophile
nucleico {adj} [cytology] :: nucleic (relating to the nuclei of cells)
nucleão {m} [Portugal] :: nucleon (a proton or a neutron)
nucleossintético {adj} :: nucleosynthetic
nucleossíntese {f} :: nucleosynthesis
nucleotídeo {m} [biochemistry, Brazil] /ˌnu.kle.o.ˈt͡ʃ :: nucleotide (monomer comprising DNA or RNA)
nucleótido {m} [Portugal] :: alternative form of nucleotídeo
nucléico {adj} :: nucleic (all senses)
nucléolo {m} [cytology] :: nucleolus (part of a cell’s nucleus)
nude {m} [Internet slang] :: a photograph of a naked person
nudez {f} /nuˈðeʃ/ :: nudity, nakedness
nudismo {m} :: nudism (the practice of social, non-sexual nudity)
nudista {adj} :: nudist
nudista {mf} :: nudist
náufrago {adj} /ˈnaw.fɾa.ɡu/ :: castaway; shipwrecked
náufrago {m} :: castaway (a shipwrecked sailor)
nugget {m} :: A chicken nugget
Nukualofa {prop} {f} :: Nukualofa (capital city)
nulidade {f} :: nullity
nulidade {f} :: insignificance
nulo {adj} :: null; insignificant
nulo {adj} :: void (having lost all legal validity)
num {contraction} /nũ/ :: contraction of em um
num {adv} :: eye dialect of não
numa {contraction} /ˈnu.mɐ/ :: contraction of em uma (Feminine form of num)
n'uma {contraction} :: archaic spelling of numa
numa boa {adj} [colloquial] :: cool, calm, tranquil (free from mental or emotional disturbance)
numa palavra {adv} [idiomatic] :: in a word; briefly; concisely
numa palavra {adv} :: See: numa palavra
Numídia {prop} {f} :: Numídia (ancient kingdom/and/province)
numerador {m} [arithmetic] :: numerator (number or expression written above the line in a fraction)
numeral {adj} [linguistics] /nu.mɨ.ˈɾaɫ/ :: numeral
numeral cardinal {m} :: A cardinal numeral
numerar {vt} :: to number (label with numbers; assign numbers to)
numerizar {v} :: to numericise (to represent using numbers)
numero {m} /nu.ˈmɛ.ɾu/ :: obsolete spelling of número
numeroso {adj} /ˌˈɾo.zu/ :: numerous (indefinitely large numerically)
numerário {m} :: cash (ready money)
numerário {adj} [attributive] :: cash
numismática {f} :: numismatics (study of coins)
nummero {m} [uncommon] :: obsolete spelling of número
num piscar de olhos {adv} [idiomatic] :: in the blink of an eye (occurring extremely fast)
num repente {adv} :: on a whim (done without thinking seriously about the consequences)
numérico {adj} :: numerical (of, pertaining to or using numbers)
Nunavut {prop} {m} :: Nunavut (territory)
nunca {adv} /ˈnũ.kɐ/ :: never (at no time; not ever)
nunca {m} [poetic] :: neverness (the quality of not ever being extant or present)
nunca diga nunca {phrase} :: never say never
nunca dizer nunca {v} :: never say die (do not despair)
nunca mais {adv} :: never again, nevermore
nunca é tarde para aprender {proverb} :: you're never too old to learn (it is possible to learn new things at any age)
nunca é tarde para se aprender {proverb} :: alternative form of nunca é tarde para aprender
nunchaku {m} [martial arts] :: nunchaku (weapon consisting of two sticks joined by a chain or cord)
nunciatura {f} :: nunciature (status or rank of a nuncio)
Nunes {prop} {mf} :: surname
Nuno {prop} {m} :: given name
nupcial {adj} /ˌˈaw/ :: nuptial (pertaining to wedding and marriage)
Nuporanga {prop} :: Nuporanga (placename)
nuraghe {m} :: nuraghe (type of megalithic building in Sardinia)
nurague {m} :: alternative spelling of nuraghe
Nuremberg {prop} {f} :: alternative form of Nuremberga
Nuremberga {prop} {f} :: Nuremberga (city)
Nurembergue {prop} {f} :: alternative form of Nuremberga
Nurnberg {prop} {f} :: alternative form of Nuremberga
náusea {f} :: nausea (feeling of physical unwellness, usually with the desire to vomit)
náuseas {n} :: nausea, sickness, retching
náuseas {n} :: repugnance, disgust
Nêustria {prop} {f} [historical] :: Nêustria (historical region)
nêustrio {adj} :: Neustrian (of, from or relating to Neustria)
nêustrio {m} :: Neustrian (someone from Neustria)
náutica {f} :: navigation (the art of navigating ships)
náutico {adj} :: nautical (relating to navigation)
náutilo {m} :: nautilus (any marine mollusc of the family Nautilidae)
nuto {m} :: nod;
nuto {m} [figuratively] :: the will, what is desired or chosen
nutricional {adj} :: nutritional
nutrido {v} :: past participle of nutrir
nutrido {adj} :: nourished, fed, sustained
nutrido {adj} :: fattened
nutriente {m} :: nutrient
nutrindo {v} :: gerund of nutrir
nutrição {f} :: nutrition
nutrir {v} :: to nourish, feed, sustain
nutrir {v} :: to fatten
nutritício {adj} [rare] :: nutritious (providing nutrients)
nutritivo {adj} [of food or drink] :: nutritious (providing nutrients)
nêutron {m} [Brazil, physics] :: neutron
Nuuk {prop} {f} :: Nuuk (capital city)
nuvem {f} /ˈnu.vɐj̃/ :: cloud
nuvem cogumelo {f} :: alternative form of nuvem de cogumelo
nuvem de cogumelo {f} :: mushroom cloud (a mushroom-shaped cloud created by an explosion)
nuvem de Oort {f} [astronomy] :: Oort Cloud (region of space which is the source of most comets)
nuvem em cogumelo {f} :: alternative form of nuvem de cogumelo
nível {m} /ˈni.vɛɫ/ :: level
nível {m} :: rank, status
nível {m} :: class, distinction
nível de Abney {m} :: Abney level (clinometer used to measure tree heights)
nível de bolha {m} :: spirit level
nível do mar {m} :: sea level (nominal height of the surface of the oceans)
níver {m} [colloquial] :: clipping of aniversário
névoa {f} /ˈnɛ.vwɐ/ :: mist, fog, haze
NW {m} :: northwest
nylon {m} /ˈnaj.lõ/ :: nylon (a synthetic polymer)
nynorsk {m} :: Nynorsk (one of the two major written standards of the Norwegian language)
Nyx {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Nix