[ nˈɔːmat͡ʃi], [ nˈɔːmatʃi], [ n_ˈɔː_m_a_tʃ_i]
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How to use "Naumachy" in context?
Naumachy (nyoom-a-chee) is a Russian word that means suffering. It is used to describe the overwhelming sadness or grief brought on by adversity. Naumachy may be experienced when something terrible happens, when a loved one dies, or when a person is faced with some difficult life situation.
Homophones for Naumachy:
- New Mexico, nyamwezi, nix, niece, newness, nisus, nog, nemesis, Nga, nung, newsy, nox, nyssa, neomys, nosy, nash, nasa, nuncio, nonechoic, nec, no-show, nauch, nageia, nausea, NGO, nick, naias, ninja, nsc, NSWC, nancy, nuke, nameko, noise, nice, nsu, naiki, ninigi, nagoya, NSW, news, new jazz, neigh, neo jazz, non-jew, nike, nyx, nonionic, noxious, nauseous, nonsuch, nyse, nassau, NSA, NUWC, nosey, neck, nainsook, nesokia, Nicaea, nonage, nonesuch, ness, nooky, nacho, ngwee, noyes, names, nag, nowise, noguchi, nessie, nicu, nose, nusku, nonce, news show, naming, nucha, nosh, nanning, Naja Haje, NAC, naze, nigga, neosho, nazi, nexus, no-go, nones, nyssaceae, nosegay, nicosia, nasua, noisy, nuance, nagi, namesake, noesis, nan-ning, ng, non-issue, nous, naga, noose, NOC, nookie, nook, nanak, nisi, nock, nance, nigh, NIJ, niche, nowness, naumachia, naqua, nj, nanus, negus, nagasaki, najas, naja, numinous, numenius, Neem Cake, ngu, nc.
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