[ nef-er-tee-tee ]
/ ˌnɛf ərˈti ti /
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fl. early 14th century b.c., Egyptian queen: wife of Amenhotep IV.
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Also Nef·re·te·te [nef-ri-tee-tee], /ˌnɛf rɪˈti ti/, Nofretete.
Words nearby Nefertiti
ne'er-do-well, NEET, nef, nefarious, Nefertem, Nefertiti, Nefud Desert, neg, negate, negation, negative
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How to use Nefertiti in a sentence
Egyptologist Nicholas Reeves of the University of Arizona Egyptian Expedition in Tucson has argued since 2015 that the boy king’s burial place was intended for Nefertiti.King Tut’s tomb still has secrets to reveal 100 years after its discovery|Bruce Bower|November 2, 2022|Science News
They sported fashionable helmets and choker-style ribbed neckbands, like something Nefertiti would have worn.Alexander McQueen Spring/Summer 2014|Liza Foreman|October 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Several valuable collectables are missing, including statues of historical icons like Tutankhamun and Nefertiti.Egypt's Military Promises Peace|The Daily Beast|February 11, 2011|DAILY BEAST
The party really started to rock when Willie Nelson and Queen Nefertiti began pouring shots.Ralph Nader, Novelist|Samuel P. Jacobs|September 12, 2009|DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for Nefertiti
/ (ˌnɛfəˈtiːtɪ) /
14th century bc, Egyptian queen; wife of Akhenaton
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