Nebulæ

Nebulæ, name given to masses larger or smaller of misty light in the heavens caused by a group of stars too remote to be severally visible to the naked eye.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Nebraska * Nebular Hypothesis
Nayler, James
Nazareth
Nazarites
Neagh, Lough
Neal, Daniel
Neal, John Mason
Neander, Johann August Wilhelm
Neath
Nebiim
Nebraska
Nebulæ
Nebular Hypothesis
Necker, Jacques
Nectar
Needle-gun
Negative
Negativity
Negritoes
Negroes
Nehemiah
Nehushtan