[ nuhn ]
/ nʌn /
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a river in NE China, flowing S across Manchuria to the Sungari River. 725 miles (1,170 km) long.
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Also called Nen Chiang [nuhn-chyahng], /ˈnʌn ˈtʃyɑŋ/, Nen Jiang [nuhn-jyahng] /ˈnʌn ˈdʒyɑŋ/ . Formerly Non·ni [nuhn-nee] /ˈnʌnˈni/ .
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nemo me impune lacessit, nemophila, nemoricole, Nemrod, Nemunas, Nen, nene, Nenets, N. Eng., Nenni, NEO
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How to use Nen in a sentence
Ah, mon bien aim—ayez de la force pour moi—je nen peux plus—non—non—je nen peux plus!The Wasted Generation|Owen Johnson
The valley of the Nen below Northampton affords scenery which, if a little monotonous, is generally pretty.
Hence the Nen flows on by bridge or mill to the little town of Thrapston, noted for its grain market.
Sometimes the silver takes the bar or ingot shape, and is then termed Nen.
Rhinencephalon, rī-nen-sef′a-lon, n. the olfactory lobe of the brain.