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Nazarite (3 syl.)

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One separated or set apart to the Lord by a vow. These Nazarites were to refrain from strong drinks, and to suffer their hair to grow. (Hebrew, nazar, to separate. Numb. vi. 1–21.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Naught (not “nought”)
Naught
Naughty Figs (Jeremiah xxiv. 2)
Navigation
Navvy
Nay-word
Nayres
Nazaræans or Nazarenes
Nazarene
Nazareth
Nazarite
Ne plus Ultra (Latin)
Ne Sutor, etc
Neæra
Neapolitan
Near
Near Side and Off Side
Neat as a Bandbox
Neat as a Pin, or Neat as a New Pin
Neat as Wax
Nebo