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Nsok

Place

Nsok is a town in Equatorial Guinea. It is located in Wele-Nzas Province and has a population of 4620.

  • also known as Nsork

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Google previewDictionary of the Efïk Language, in Two Parts (1862)

I. Efïk and English, II. English and Efïk by Hugh Goldie

Nsok ; nsok-ika. Inciv'-il, a. Osoii-idu. Incivil'-ity, n. Nson- idii.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Anthropology (2005)

by H. James Birx

Nsok: The word in Kenyang means “elephant.” The elephant is a symbol of invincible strength among the Banyang people. In the distant past, when Banyang indigenous technology was almost powerless before the mighty elephant, some ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Chemistry and the Allied Branches of Other Sciences (1875)

nsOK - KNO» + OH'-NZTN— OC'H1 Diozobenzcne Nitrate. Oxyazobcnzene. The reaction takes place without evolution of gas, and the oxyazobenzene gradually separates in a brown resinous mass, which soon solidities in the crystalline ...

Google previewDictionary of the Efïk language (1890)

abridged by Rev. Hugh Goldie

Nsok'-ika, re. An inciting; a stirring up of quarrel. N'-sbfi, n. Strength ; hardness. It is commonly used in the compound terms which fol low : — Nsbfi'-enyin, re. Bold-facedness impudence. Nsbfi'-e'set, re.

Google previewChambers's encyclopaedia (1869)

a dictionary of universal knowledge for the people ...

SPO'NSOK (Lat. one who promises), tlie name given in theological use to a Godfather or Godmother (q. v.). The name is derived from the circumstance, that in baptism or confirmation, and especially in infant baptism, the sponsor is understood ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the English Language... (1768)

by Samuel Johnson

EXTE'NSOK. EXTE"NSOR./ The muscle by v.hich any limb Í9 extended. EXTE E X S EXT.

Google previewAn universal etymological English dictionary ... The seventh edition, with considerable improvements (1735)

by Nathan BAILEY

EXTE'NSOK print' internadii offl' pallicir, a Muscle ol the Thumb, which is in-' serted into the upper Part ofthe first Bone os the Thumb. EXTE'NSOR secndi intente-(ii offir pollitir. a Muscle of the Thumb, implanted in the upper Part ol the secOnd ...

Google previewUniversal Dictionary of the English Language: Ine-Rhe (1897)

by Robert Hunter, Charles Morris

nSok' -verse, • necke-verse, «. [Eng. neck, and eerse.] 1 The verse formerly given to an accused or condemned person, the reading of which entitled him to beneflt of clergy, said to have been the first verse or the ntty-tirst PBalm. [Benefit, B.] ...

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Scrabble value of N1S1O1K5

The value of this 4-letter word is 8 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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