noun, plural na·vettes [na-vets; French na-vet] /næˈvɛts; French naˈvɛt/. Jewelry.
- navel ill,
- navel orange,
- navicular abdomen,
- navicular fossa of urethra
Origin of navette
Examples from the Web for navette
One, a man named Navette, pleaded that he could not have plotted in prison where he had only spent four days.The Gods are Athirst|Anatole France
The “marquise” or “navette” form is an elliptical brilliant of varying width in proportion to its length.
Many of the best-known collections contain examples of these "nef" or "navette" pendants.Jewellery|H. Clifford Smith,