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Bēhance

.NOD.

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    Alternative forms
    nodu

    Etymology 1
    From Latin nōdus. Compare Daco-Romanian nod.
    Noun
    nod
    knot

    Etymology 2
    From Latin nōdō. Compare Daco-Romanian înnoda, înnod (archaic noda).
    Alternative forms
    nodu, anod, anodu

    Verb
    nod (past participle nudatã)
    I knot, tie a knot.
    Related terms
    nudare/nudari
    nudat

    Numeral
    nod
    ninety

    Old Saxon
    Etymology
    From Proto-Germanic *naudiz, from Indo-European *nau-, *nū- ‘death, corpse’.

    Pronunciation
    IPA(key): /noːt/

    Noun
    nȳd f
    a need
    a necessity for something

    Etymology
    From Latin nōdus.
    Noun
    nod n (plural noduri)
    knot