nus

nu

1 [noo, nyoo]
noun
1.
the 13th letter of the greek alphabet (Ν, ν).
2.
the consonant sound represented by this letter.

Origin:
1885–90; < Greek < Semitic; cf. nun2

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nu1 (njuː)
 
n
the 13th letter in the Greek alphabet (Ν, ν), a consonant, transliterated as n
 
[from Greek, of Semitic origin; compare nun²]

nu2
 
the internet domain name for
Niue

Nu (njuː)
 
n
U (uː), original name Thakin Nu. 1907--95, Burmese statesman and writer; prime minister (1948--56, 1957--58, 1960--62). He attempted to establish parliamentary democracy, but was ousted (1962) by Ne Win

NUS
 
abbreviation for
National Union of Students

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nu (nōō, nyōō)
n.

Symbol ν The 13th letter of the greek alphabet.

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