||Nom de guerre literally, war name; hence, a fictitious name, or one assumed for a time.||Nom de plume literally, pen name; hence, a name assumed by an author as his or her signature.

(||No"ma) n. [NL., fr. Gr. lit., a feeding. See Name.] (Med.) See Canker, n., 1.

(Nom"ad) n. [L. nomas, - adis, Gr. pasturing, roaming without fixed home, fr. a pasture, allotted abode, fr. to distribute, allot, drive to pasture; prob. akin to AS. niman to take, and E. nimble: cf. F. nomade. Cf. Astronomy, Economy, Nimble, Nemesis, Numb, Number.] One of a race or tribe that has no fixed location, but wanders from place to place in search of pasture or game.

(Nom"ad), a. Roving; nomadic.

(Nom"ade) n. [F.] See Nomad, n.

(No*ma"di*an) n. A nomad. [R.]

(No*mad"ic) a. [Gr. . See Nomad.] Of or pertaining to nomads, or their way of life; wandering; moving from place to place for subsistence; as, a nomadic tribe.No*mad"ic*al*ly adv.

(Nom"ad*ism) n. The state of being a nomad.

(Nom"ad*ize) v. i. [imp. & p. p. Nomadized ; p. pr. & vb. n. Nomadizing ] To lead the life of a nomad; to wander with flocks and herds for the sake of finding pasturage.

The Vogules nomadize chiefly about the Rivers Irtish, Obi, Kama, and Volga.
W. Tooke.

(No"man*cy) n. [Cf. F. nomancie, nomance, abbrev. fr. onomancie. See Onomancy.] The art or practice of divining the destiny of persons by the letters which form their names.

No-man's land
(No"-man's` land`)

1. (Naut.) A space amidships used to keep blocks, ropes, etc.; a space on a ship belonging to no one in particular to care for.

2. Fig.: An unclaimed space or time.

That no-man's land of twilight.
W. Black.

(Nom"arch) n. [Gr. a district + -arch.] The chief magistrate of a nome or nomarchy.

(Nom"arch*y) n.; pl. Nomarchies A province or territorial division of a kingdom, under the rule of a nomarch, as in modern Greece; a nome.

(Nom"bles) n. pl. [F. nombles, fr. L. lumbulus, dim. of lumbus a loin. Cf. Numbles, Umbles, Humbles.] The entrails of a deer; the umbles. [Written also numbles.] Johnson.

(Nom"bril) n. [F. nombril, for OF. lombril, i. e., ombril, with the article, a dim. fr. L. umbilicus the navel. See Navel.] (Her.) A point halfway between the fess point and the middle base point of an escutcheon; — called also navel point. See Escutcheon.

(Nome) n. [Gr. fr. to deal out, distribute.]

1. A province or political division, as of modern Greece or ancient Egypt; a nomarchy.

2. Any melody determined by inviolable rules. [Obs.]

Nom to Noncondensing

(||Nom) n. [F. See Noun.] Name.

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