[ nˈɔːt͡ʃ], [ nˈɔːtʃ], [ n_ˈɔː_tʃ]
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How to use "Nauch" in context?
Nauch or nauka in Sanskrit is the verb meaning "to know," "to learn," or "to study." In its most general sense, it refers to any knowledge-based activity, including scientific inquiry, philosophy, and learning. In ancient India, nauchas were also devoted to the systematic study of scriptures, law, grammar, and rhetoric. In modern India, nauchas are also pursued in various fields, including engineering, medicine, and business.
Homophones for Nauch:
- neigh, nonsuch, nash, nec, news, nice, nancy, nusku, newness, noesis, noxious, nassau, nag, nasa, nix, NSA, nazi, Nicaea, nookie, nagoya, nonesuch, ninigi, ng, nexus, noguchi, nsu, najas, nanning, nock, ngwee, nuke, non-jew, numinous, no-show, nuncio, neomys, nisus, negus, nan-ning, nosey, nicosia, nicu, nog, nauseous, nowise, NGO, news show, nemesis, Neem Cake, newsy, nesokia, NAC, naumachy, Naja Haje, nucha, nick, nosh, nyssa, niche, nook, nones, nuance, nonage, nike, nacho, new jazz, nance, nisi, ness, NUWC, New Mexico, noyes, nigga, nessie, nyx, naumachia, NIJ, nooky, non-issue, Nga, nosegay, naga, naiki, nowness, nosy, nung, neosho, noose, no-go, nose, nameko, nonce, nyse, neck, nonechoic, naming, numenius, nanak, neo jazz, names, naqua, NSWC, nj, noisy, nausea, NSW, nanus, nc, nyamwezi, naias, nous, namesake, nsc, ngu, ninja, NOC, nigh, nainsook, nasua, naze, nonionic, nyssaceae, niece, noise, nagi, nox, nageia, naja, nagasaki.
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