- a river in NE China, flowing S across Manchuria to the Sungari River. 725 miles (1170 km) long.
Also called Nen Chiang [nuhn chyahng] /ˈnʌn ˈtʃyɑŋ/, Nen Jiang [nuhn jyahng] /ˈnʌn ˈdʒyɑŋ/.Formerly Non·ni [nuhn-nee] /ˈnʌnˈni/.
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Examples from the Web for nen
In the enumeration of the years nen is placed after the coie numeral.Diego Collado's Grammar of the Japanese Language
The plunder, however, is said to have been lost, "either in the Nen or in the neighbouring marshes."The New Guide to Peterborough Cathedral
George S. Phillips
Nen father he came walking his horse slow up the road, n' I hid.
Nen the wise men jumped off their camels and knelt down and opened all their boxes of pretty things for Him to play with.Miss Santa Claus of the Pullman</p>
Annie Fellows Johnston
Those without a letter prefixed are indefinite, meaning some or any; and those with nen- are negative, meaning no, none.The Esperanto Teacher