What is n
The 14th letter of the English alphabet, a consonant. Any spoken sound represented by the letter N or n, as in now, dinner, son, etc. Something having the shape of an N. A written or printed representation of the letter N or n. A device, as a printer's type, for reproducing the letter N or n. Physics. neutron. Optics. index of refraction. Physics. newton; newtons. North. Northern. The 14th in order or in a series, or, when I is omitted, the 13th. (sometimes lowercase) the medieval Roman numeral for
90.Compare Roman numerals. Chemistry. nitrogen. Biochemistry. asparagine. Mathematics. an indefinite, constant whole number, especially the degree of a quantic or an equation, or the order of a curve. Chess. knight. Printing. en. Chemistry. Avogadro's number. Neutron number. Pronunciation Spelling. and. Archaic. if. An abbreviated form of normal, used in the names of hydrocarbon compounds that have a normal or straight chain of carbon atoms: n-3 fatty acid. Born. Name. Nephew. Commerce. net. Neuter. New. Nominative. Noon. Chemistry. normal (strength solution). North. Northern. Finance. note. Noun. Number. And: Stop 'n save. Look 'n listen. Nationalist. Navy. New. Noon. Chemistry. normal (strength solution). Norse. North. Northern. Finance. note. November. Variant of -an after a vowel: Virginian. The 14th letter and 11th consonant of the modern English alphabet A speech sound represented by this letter, usually an alveolar nasal, as in nail Neutron Optics index of refraction Nano- An indefinite number (of)there are n objects in a box Also: kt chess knight Neper Neutral Newton(s) Chem nitrogen North Avogadro's number Noun Norway (international car registration) Myth the Sumerian sky godBabylonian counterpart: Anu Actinon Anglo-Norman Chem short for normal (def.
6) Natus Neuter New Nominative Noun A form of the indefinite article used before an initial vowel soundan old car; an elf; an honour (subordinating) an obsolete or dialect word for if See and (def.
9) Netherlands Antilles