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nemo

[nee-moh] /ˈni moʊ/
noun, plural nemos. Radio and Television.
1.
remote (def 10).
Origin
1935-1940
1935-40, Americanism; perhaps < Latin nēmō nobody, reinforced by sound association with remote

nemo me impune lacessit

[ne-moh me im-poo-ne lah-kes-sit; English nee-moh mee im-pyoo-nee luh-ses-it] /ˈnɛ moʊ mɛ ɪmˈpu nɛ lɑˈkɛs sɪt; English ˈni moʊ mi ɪmˈpyu ni ləˈsɛs ɪt/
Latin.
1.
no one attacks me with impunity: motto of Scotland.
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n.

Latin, literally "no man, no one, nobody."

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NEMO

North East Map Organization
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