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nascor 3 (verb)

to be born, to begin

Bartholomew on Leprosy

 

nato 1 (verb)

to swim

Bacon on the Cat

 

natura , -ae (noun)

nature

Bart on Perverse Angels

 

naturalis , -e (adj.)

natural, by birth

Bonaventure on Sensation and Microcosm

 

necessarius , -a, -um (adj.)

necessary

Bartholomew on the Brain

 

necessitas , -is (noun)

necessity

Albertus Magnus on Alchemy

 

neglegentia , -ae (noun)

negligence

Gertrude on Grace

 

nego 1 (verb)

to deny, say no

Ockham on Quantity

 

neuter , -a, -um (adj.)

neither

Abelard on Man and Wife

 

nihil (pronoun)

nothing

Scotus on the Elements

 

nobilis , -e (adj.)

noble

William of Auvergne on the Sting Ray

 

nomen , -is (noun)

name

Abelard on the Elements

 

nomino 1 (verb)

to name

Al-Farabi on the Intellect

 

novus , -a, -um (adj.)

new

Hildegard on Water

 

nox , -is (noun)

night

Bartholemew on Lightning

 

nubes , -is, -ium (noun)

cloud

Bartholemew on Lightning

 

nullus , -a, -um (adj.)

not any, none

Ockham on Quantity

 

numerus , -i (noun)

number

R. Grosseteste on Angels

 

nutribilis , -e (adj.)

nutritious

Maimonides on Leprosy

 

nutrio 4 (verb)

to feed, nourish

Bartholemew on Infancy

 

nutrix , -is (noun)

wet-nurse

Bartholemew on Infancy