Nacreous: relating to or consisting of mother-of-pearl. Having the luster of mother-of-pearl nacreous minerals.
Naggy: given to or characterized by nagging. Someone who is likely to nag, which means to keep faultfinding, urging, or complaining in an annoying way.
Naif: naïve and ingenuous.
Naïve: (of a person or action) showing a lack of experience, judgment, or wisdom. (of a person) natural and unaffected.
Naked: (of a person or part of the body) without clothes. (especially of feelings or behavior) expressed openly; undisguised.
Namby-Pamby: lacking energy, strength, or courage; weak or ineffectual.
Nameless: having no name or no known name. (especially of an emotion) not easy to describe; indefinable.
Nappy: (of hair) naturally coarse and tightly coiled; kinky.
Narcissistic: having too much self-interest in and admiration for yourself.
Narcoleptic: affected by or relating to an extreme tendency to fall asleep.
Narrow: of small width in relation to length.
Narrowminded: not willing to or tolerate other people’s views; prejudiced.
Nasal: (of a speech sound) pronounced by the breath resonating in the nose. Relating to the nose.
Nasally: in a way that relates to the nose or is done through the nose.
Nasty: behaving in an unpleasant or spiteful way. Very bad and unpleasant.
National: relating to or characteristic of a nation; common to a whole nation.
Native: associated with the place or circumstances of a person’s birth.
Natty: (of a person or an article of clothing) smart and fashionable.
Natural: as found in nature and not involving anything done or made by humans.
Naughty: (especially of a child) badly behaved; disobedient.
Nauseating: causing or liable to cause a feeling of nausea or disgust; disgusting.
Nauseous: affected with nausea, feeling inclined to vomit.
Nautical: of or concerning navigation, sailors, or the sea maritime.
Naval: belonging to a country’s navy, or relating to military ships.
Navigable: (of a waterway or sea) able to be sailed on ships by boats.
Navy: dark blue
Noachian: relating to the biblical patriarch Noah or his time.
Noble: belonging by rank, title, or birth to the aristocracy. Having or showing fine personal qualities or high moral principles.
Nocturnal: done, occurring, or active at night.
Noetherian: of, or relating to, or arising from the work of Max or Emmy Noether.
Noiseless: accompanied by or introducing no random fluctuations that obscure the real signal or data.
Noisy: making or given to making a lot of noise.
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- Adjectives that start with A
Nomad: a nomad is a member of a group of people who travel from place to place rather than living in one place all the time.
Nominal: (of a role or status) existing in name only but not in fact as things really are.
Nominated: to say officially that a film, program, etc. will be included in a competition for a prize.
Non-Essential: not absolutely necessary (tending to be less forceful in meaning than inessential).
Nonchalant: (of a person or manner) feeling or appearing casually calm and relaxed; not displaying anxiety, interest, or enthusiasm.
Nondescript: lacking distinctive or interesting features or characteristics.
Nonhuman: not displaying the emotions, intelligence, and sympathies of most human beings.
Noninvasive: (of medical procedures) not involving the introduction of instruments into the body.
Nonsensical: having no meaning; making no sense. Ridiculously impractical or ill-advised.
Nonstop: continuing without stopping or pausing.
Nonviolent: using peaceful means rather than force, especially to bring about political or social change.
Normal: conforming to a standard; usual, typical, or expected. (of a salt solution) containing the same salt concentration as the blood.
North: of or denoting the northern part of a specified country, region, or town. Lying towards, near, or facing the north.
Northern: situated in the north, or directed towards facing the north.
Northernmost: furthest towards the north of an area.
Nostalgic: feeling happy and also slightly sad when you think about things that happened in the past.
Nosy: if you describe someone as nosy, you mean they are interested in things that do not concern them.
Notable: worthy of attention or notice; remarkable.
Noted: well-known, celebrated, or famous. Provided with musical notation, a musical score, etc.
Noteworthy: worth paying attention to; interesting or significant.
Noticeable: easy to see or recognize; clear or apparent.
Notorious: famous or well known typically for some bad quality or deed.
Nourishing: (of food) containing substances necessary for growth, health, and good condition.
Novel: new and original, not like anything seen before.
Novelty: the quality of being unusual and new.
Noxious: something, especially a gas or other substance, that is noxious is either very harmful or poisonous.
Neanderthal: (of people or beliefs) very old fashioned and not willing to change.
Near: located a short distance away. Only a short time ahead.
Nearsighted: someone who is nearsighted cannot see objects that are far away.
Neat: arranged in a tidy way; in good order.
Nebular: related to a nebula (a cloud of dust or gas in space, appearing even bright or dark).
Nebulous: in form of a cloud or haze; hazy.
Necessary: needed to be done, achieved, or present; essential.
Necrotic: (of cells tissues) dying.
Needless: (of something undesirable) not necessary because avoidable.
Needy: (of a person) lacking the necessities of life; very poor.
Nefarious: (typically of an action or activity) wicked or criminal.
Negative: (of a person, attitude, or situation) not desirable or optimistic.
Neglected: suffering a lack of proper care.
Neglectful: not giving proper care or attention to someone or something.
Negligent: failing to take proper care over something.
Negligible: so small or unimportant as to be not worth considering; insignificant.
Neighborly: characteristic of a good neighbor, especially in being helpful, friendly, or kind.
Neon: very bright or fluorescent in color.
Nerdy: unfashionable and socially inept or boringly studious.
Nervous: easily agitated or alarmed.
Nestorian: of, or relating to the doctrine ascribed to Nestorius.
Netizen: used to refer to a habitual internet user.
Neurotic: behaving strangely or in an anxious way.
Neutral: not supporting or helping either side in a conflict or disagreement.
New: produced or discovered recently for the first time.
Newbie: a newcomer to a particular activity.
Newcomer: a person who recently arrived in a place.
Newfangled: different from what one is used to.
Newtonian: relating to the work of Sir Isaac Newton.
Next: (of a time) coming immediately after the time of writing or speaking.