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- n. A promontory or headland. See ness
- n. A cape at the southern tip of Norway (also known as The Lindesnes)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A promontory or headland.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A promontory or headland: as, the naze of Norway.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a cape at the southern tip of Norway
The company's dictum holds that workers have to ask why ( "naze" in Japanese) at least five times to get to the bottom of a problem.
Gets them even more in political donations for their neo-naze campaigns.
The other one was a Spoonerism that I committed not once, but twice, “his naze garrowed.”
The young man, whose name was Andreas, revealed to Sofia that the house of his dreams stood out on a naze.
And if I were a green-clad poet, in corduroy with hood, with intrusive woodcocks, what a blessed piece of luck, you would walk as if on a naze, a spit, a tongue of land along the light word-swell of small lakes, like a mere ripple
From the naze of the cliff, but rode on to meet them;
Then the battle-brave atheling sat on the naze-edge,
On a naze to the north of Hind Island in Sengen lies Trondenæs church and parsonage.
The boat now flew with the speed of an arrow past naze, island and rock, till Elias thought he had never been for such a splendid sail before, and the boat now showed herself to be, as she really was, the first boat in Ranen.
He began once more to call for help, but hoped most in a current which he knew set in to land at a place where a naze on the island broke the force of the waves, so that there was smooth water within.