one of the provinces of ancient Egypt.
Other definitions for Nome (2 of 2)
a seaport in W Alaska.
Cape, a cape in W Alaska, on Seward Peninsula, W of Nome.
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How to use nome in a sentence
While larger planes fly to hub communities like Bethel, nome or Unalaska, they cannot fly to smaller villages because there’s neither the passenger demand nor the infrastructure to support them.In Alaska, Commercial Aviation Is a Lifeline. The State Is Also Home to a Growing Share of the Country’s Deadly Crashes. | by Zoë Sobel, KUCB, and Agnel Philip, ProPublica | June 16, 2021 | ProPublica
But in many ways, the route from Anchorage to nome was almost the easy part.
The angry nome King quickly caught up his heavy mace and hurled it straight at Tiktok.
"You are forgiven," announced the nome King, rising to his feet and drawing a long breath.
But the sound of a voice coming from what he thought a mere vision was too much for the nome King's shaken nerves.
Amoni, hereditary prince of the nome of Meh, talks in the same fashion.A history of art in ancient Egypt, Vol. I (of 2) | Georges Perrot
Now, each of these gods began by being no more than the local divinity of some particular nome or city.A history of art in ancient Egypt, Vol. I (of 2) | Georges Perrot
British Dictionary definitions for nome
any of the former provinces of modern Greece; nomarchy
an administrative division of ancient Egypt
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