[ nˈɑːd͡ʒəz], [ nˈɑːdʒəz], [ n_ˈɑː_dʒ_ə_z]
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How to use "Najas" in context?
Naja is a flowering plant, which belongs to the nightshade family. The name comes from the Sanskrit word for thorn. It is native to India, but is now native to the United States and Canada. There are many varieties of naja, and some are used as medicinal plants. The dried berries are used as a spice, and the leaves and stems are used as a tea.
Homophones for Najas:
- nick, nanning, negus, nageia, New Mexico, nice, nyssaceae, nsu, new jazz, names, nicu, nix, nock, nexus, naiki, naming, nan-ning, niece, Neem Cake, nonesuch, nausea, nash, nj, ngu, neigh, noxious, nuncio, naja, news show, nemesis, nassau, neo jazz, nigh, nagoya, nag, ninigi, nosh, Nicaea, nacho, nc, nancy, NAC, naias, nance, NSA, nonionic, nessie, nung, noisy, newness, newsy, nyamwezi, nog, nosy, NSWC, NOC, nagi, ngwee, nonsuch, nonce, non-jew, nanak, nigga, numenius, naqua, NIJ, noesis, Naja Haje, naga, news, nazi, nainsook, nones, naumachia, nookie, nosegay, nooky, NUWC, nasua, ninja, nyssa, nosey, nyse, nesokia, nec, nisi, non-issue, noise, nonage, ng, nyx, nsc, no-go, nagasaki, ness, nauseous, neck, nuance, nox, namesake, nicosia, nusku, nisus, nose, nonechoic, nook, nucha, neomys, naumachy, nasa, NGO, nameko, Nga, nous, noose, nuke, niche, nauch, nowness, nike, naze, no-show, NSW, nanus, numinous, nowise, neosho, noguchi, noyes.
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- intelligently, meditatively, pensively, reflectively, thoughtfully, Contemplatively, fancily, Ponderingly.