noun, plural na·oi [ney-oi] /ˈneɪ ɔɪ/.
Origin of naos
First recorded in 1765–75, naos is from the Greek word nāós dwelling of a god, inner part of a temple, shrine
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This was accomplished by the exertions of naoi naoinear ciad ginealach mac—the nine nines of first-begotten sons.Balder The Beautiful, Vol. I.
Sir James George Frazer
noun plural naoi (ˈneɪɔɪ)
Word Origin for naos
C18: from Greek: inner part of temple
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