nu nu Yin, 30, left her accounting job in August to open Fantastic Inle Travel & Tours with her lover.
But nu, this is his job, and he is not here to tell us anything, only to seem to have said something.
Russ Chimes is determined to make fans bust out their best moves with his nu disco, indie-dance track, “Turn Me Out.”
Bathing and swimming supply, in their nu merous forms, examples of both healthful activity and relaxation.
Yeas; an' compared with what 'twas, 'tes almost so gude as nu.
Swa micel ege stod deoflum fram eow, t h be eowere hse a ofsettan deofolseocan forleton; nu ge ondrda eow deoflu.
nuuanu (nu'u--nu) a valley back of Honolulu that leads to the "Pali."
Oncnawa nu, urh as word, sone mannan acennedne of mdenlicum lichaman.
Thus when Shu and Tefnut arose from the waters the eye of nu followed them.
I am nu, the self-created, the Great God, who came into being in the beginning.
Old English nunne "nun, vestal, pagan priestess, woman devoted to religious life under vows," from Late Latin nonna "nun, tutor," originally (along with masc. nonnus) a term of address to elderly persons, perhaps from children's speech, reminiscent of nana (cf. Sanskrit nona, Persian nana "mother," Greek nanna "aunt," Serbo-Croatian nena "mother," Italian nonna, Welsh nain "grandmother;" see nanny).
nu (nōō, nyōō)
Symbol ν The 13th letter of the Greek alphabet.
A female member of a religious order, living in a convent, whose work is confined to the convent. The term is also applied broadly to other female members of religious orders (“sisters”) who often live outside their convents and work as teachers, nurses, social workers, or administrators.