Master Word List N

Master Word List N


Sr No. Word hindi Meaning Example
2291 nadir पतन lowest point Although few people realized it,
the Dow-Jones averages had reached their nadir and would soon begin an upward
surge.
2292 naivete भोलेपन quality of being unsophisticated I cannot believe that such
naivete is unassumed in a person of her age and experience.
2293 narcissist narcissist conceited person A narcissist is his own best friend.
2294 narrative कथा related to telling a story A born teller of tales, Olsen
used her impressive narrative skills to advantage in her story "I Stand
Here Ironing."
2295 nascent नवजात incipient; coming into being If we could identify these
revolutionary movements in their nascent state, we would be able to eliminate
serious trouble in later years.
2296 natation प्लावन swimming The Red Cross emphasizes the
need for courses in natation.
2297 natty स्वच्छ neatly or smartly dresssed Priding himself on being a natty
dresser, the gangster Bugsy Siegel collected a wardrobe of imported suits and
ties.
2298 nauseate घृणा करना cause to become sick; fill with
disgust
The foul smells began to
nauseate him.
2299 nautical समुद्री pertaining to ships or
navigation
The Maritime Museum contains
many models of clipper ships, logbooks, anchors and many other items of a
nautical nature.
2300 nebulous अस्पष्ट vague; hazy; cloudy She had only a nebulous memory
of her grandmother's face.
2301 necromancy काला जादू black magic; dealings with the
dead
Because he was able to perform
feats of necromancy, the natives thought he was in league with the devil.
2302 nefarious बेईमान very wicked He was universally feared
because of his many nefarious deeds.
2303 negation नकार denial I must accept his argument since
you have been unable to present any negation of his evidence.
2304 negligence लापरवाही carelessness negligence can prove costly near
complicated machinery.
2305 negligible नगण्य so small, trifling, or
unimportant as to be easily disregarded
Because the damage to his car
had been negligible, Michael decided he wouldn't bother to report the matter
to his insurance company.
2306 nemesis नेमसिस revenging agent Captain Bligh vowed to be
Christian's nemesis.
2307 neologism निओलगिज़्म new or newly coined word or
phrase
As we invent new techniques and
professions, we must also invent neologisms such as "microcomputer"
and "astronaut" to describe them.
2308 neophyte नवछात्रा recent convert; beginner This monuntain slope contains
slides that will challenge esperts as well as neophytes.
2309 nepotism भाई-भतीजावाद favoritism (to a relative) John left his position with the
company because he felt that advancement was based on nepotism rather than
ability.
2310 nether नीचे का lower Tradition locates hell in the
nether regions.
2311 nettle बिछुआ annoy; vex Do not let him nettle you with
his sarcastic remarks.
2312 nexus बंधन connection I fail to see the nexus that
binds these two widely separated events.
2313 nib नोक beak; pen point The nibs of fountain pens often
become clotted and corroded.
2314 nicety तुनुकमिज़ाजी precision; minute distinction I cannot distinguish between
such niceties of reasoning.
2315 niggardly कंजूसी से meanly stingy; parsimonious The niggardly pittance the widow
receives from the government cannot keep her from poverty.
2316 niggle तुच्छ चीज़ करना spend too much time on minor
points; carp
Let's not niggle over details.
2317 nihilism नाइलीज़्म denial of traditional values;
total skepticism
nihilism holds that existence
has no meaning.
2318 nirvana निर्वाण Buddihist teachings, the ideal
state in which the individual loses himself in the attainment of an
impersonal beatitude
Despite his desire to achieve
nirvana, the young Buddhist found that even the buzzing of a fly could
distract him from his meditation.
2319 nocturnal रात का done at night Mr. Jones obtained a watchdog to
prevent the nocturnal raids on his chicken coops.
2320 noisome दुर्गंध foul smelling; unwholesome I never could stand the noisome
atmosphere surrounding the slaughter houses.
2321 nomadic घुमंतू wandering Several nomadic tribes of
Indians would hunt in this area each year.
2322 nomenclature शब्दावली terminology; system of names She struggled to master
scientific nomenclature.
2323 nominal नाममात्र in name only; trifling He offered to drive her to the
airport for only a nominal fee.
2324 nonchalance विरक्ति indifference; lack of interest Few people could understand how
he could listen to the news of the tragedy with such nonchalance; the
mahority regarded him as callous and unsympathetic.
2325 noncommittal noncommittal neutral; unpledged; undecided We were annoyed by his
noncommittal reply for we had been led to expect definite assurances of his
approval.
2326 nondescript वर्णनातीत undistinctive; ordinary The private detective was a
short, nondescript fellow with no ourstanding features, the sort of person
one would never notice in a crowd.
2327 nonentity तुच्छता person of no importance;
nonexistence
Don't dismiss John as a
nonentity; in his quiet way, he's very important to the firm.
2328 nonplus उधेड़-बुन bring to a halt by confusion;
perplex
Jack's uncharacteristic rudeness
nonplussed Jill, leaving her uncertain how to react.
2329 nostalgia विषाद homesickness; longing for the
past
The first settlers found so much
work to do that they had little time for nostalgia.
2330 nostrum नोस्ट्रम questionable medicine No quack selling nostrums is
going to cheat me.
2331 notoriety बदनामी disrepute; ill fame To the starlet, any publicity
was good publicity: if she couldn't have a good reputation, she'd settle for
notoriety.
2332 novelty नवीनता something new; newness The computer is no longer a
novelty around the office.
2333 novice नौसिखिया beginner Even a novice can do good work
if he follows these simple directions.
2334 noxious हानिकारक harmful We must trace the source of
these noxious gases before they asphyxiate us.
2335 nuance अति सूक्ष्म अंतर shade of difference in meaning
or color
The unskilled eye of the
layperson has difficulty in dicerning the nuances of color in the paintings.
2336 nubile दांपत्य marrigeable Mrs. Bennet, in Pride and
Prejudice by Jane Austen, was worried about finding suitable husbands for her
five nubile daughters.
2337 nugatory हेच futile; worthless This agreement is nugatory for
no court will enforce it.
2338 nullify उठा देना to make invalid Once the contract was nullified,
it no longer had any legal force.
2339 numismatist न्यूमिज़माटिस्ट person who collects coins The numismatist had a splendid
collection of antique coins.
2340 nuptial शादी related to marriage Their nuptial ceremony was
performed in Golden Gate Park.
2341 nurture पालन-पोषण nourish; educate; foster The head Start program attempts
to nurture prekindergarten children so that they will do well when they enter
public school.
2342 nutrient पुष्टिकर nourishing substance As a budding nutritionist, Kim
has learned to design diets that contain foods rich in important basic
nutrients.

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