Nehushtan

Nehushtan (a piece of brass), the name given in contempt to what was alleged to be the “Serpent in the Wilderness,” which had become an object of worship among the Jews, and was destroyed by King Hezekiah among other idolatrous relics (2 Kings xviii. 4).

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

Nehemiah * Neilgherry Hills
Nebulæ
Nebular Hypothesis
Necker, Jacques
Nectar
Needle-gun
Negative
Negativity
Negritoes
Negroes
Nehemiah
Nehushtan
Neilgherry Hills
Nelson
Nelson, Horatio, Lord
Nemean Games
Nemean Lion
Nemesis
Nennius
Neology
Neo-Platonism
Nepal

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Nehushtan in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable