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[noo-noo] /ˈnu nu/
noun, Egyptian Religion.
a god personifying the ocean, the primeval chaos from which the world was formed.
Also, Nun. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Just this morning I was listening to Noel Coward singing, “I went to a MAAAAAAVELOUS party with Nunu and Nada and Nell...”

    Dirty Harry Kevin Sessums January 25, 2009
Historical Examples
  • I have hunted with the tribe, and have hitherto looked upon Nunu as a child.

  • The new-comer was the daughter of an Indian chief, and her name was Nunu.

  • His tone was cold, and Nunu listened with fixed lips and frowning eyes.

  • Nunu had not been seen since the first cluster of hanging flowers had hidden her from our sight as she bounded upward.

  • As Nunu came up the companionway from the cabin, I thought I had never seen a breathing creature so exquisitely lovely.

  • Nunu turned her head slowly around at last, and silently looked on.

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