naut( =naus ;ship)-ical
adj.海上的;船員的;船舶的;航海的 [Of, relating to, or characteristic of ships, shipping, sailors, or navigation on a body of water. ]
字源：from L. nauticus "pertaining to ships or sailors," from Gk. nautikos, from nautes "sailor, " from naus "ship ," from PIE *nau- "boat"
Nautical Disaster - Day for Night - The Tragically Hip(聽歌時間)
nav(ship)-ig( =ag,act ;drive)-ate
v.航行於;飛行於 [to move on, over, or through (water, air, or land) in a ship or aircraft]
ex. Captain Cook was responsible for safely navigating his ship without accident for 100 voyages.
ex. He was the first man to navigate the Atlantic alone.
v.駕駛;導航 [To follow a planned course on, across, or through]
v. [to say nay to; deny; reject]
ex. They will naysay any policy that raises taxes.
字源：nay 是古代的 no
adj.星雲的 [Of, relating to, or characteristic of a nebula]
adj.朦朧的 [Cloudy, misty, or hazy.]
adj. [Lacking definite form or limits; vague]
ex. nebulous definition
ps. nebula 是星雲的意思，是一堆氫、氦、電漿等等的物質，新的星星是在nebula中誕生的。而在拉丁文中，nebula是指cloud的意思，
n.針 [A small, slender implement used for sewing or surgical suturing, made usually of polished steel and having an eye at one end through which a length of thread is passed and held.]
n.針葉 [a needle-shaped leaf, as of a conifer]
v.用針縫 [To prick, pierce, or stitch with a small, slender, sharp-pointed implement.]
n.縫紉;刺繡 [the art, process, or product of working with a needle, esp. in embroidery, needlepoint, tapestry]
adj.貧窮的 [Being in need; impoverished; poor]
ps. Needy people do not have enough food, medicine, or clothing, or adequate houses.
ex. He afforded a temporary shelter for the needy.
ex. Idle young, needy old.
nefar( crime, wrong )-ious
adj.窮兇極惡的 [Infamous by way of being extremely wicked]
nefarious derives from the Latin noun "nefas," meaning "crime") suggests flagrant breaching of time-honored laws and traditions of conduct. M-W
Mondo Bongo Mr and Mrs. Smith Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros
I was patrolling a Pachinko
Nude noodle model parlor in the Nefarious zone
Hanging out with insects under ducting
The C.I.A was on the phone
Well, such is life
v.否定 [to deny the existence, evidence, or truth of]
ex. an investigation tending to negate any supernatural influences.
v.使無效 [cause to be ineffective]
ex. Progress on the study has been negated by the lack of funds.
ex. Mass advertising could negate the classical theory of supply and demand.
字源： L. negāre (to deny, refuse)。而neg本身的意思是not的意思。
ps. neglect [neg(not)-lect(pick up, choose)] v.忽視
ex. he is gesturing in negation
ex. a negation of man's positive nature.
n.疏忽 [the quality, fact, or result of being negligent; neglect]
ps. If someone is guilty of negligence, they have failed to do something which they ought to do
ex. human negligence 人為所造成的疏失
ex. The accident was caused by the negligence of the driver.
neg(not)-oti( =L. otium ; leisure)-ate
v. 談判 [to deal or bargain with another or others, as in the preparation of a treaty or contract or in preliminaries to a business deal.]
v.順利通過 [to move through, around, or over in a satisfactory manner]
ex. Frank Mariano negotiates the desert terrain in his battered pickup (破爛的小卡車) .
ex. negotiate a deep river
字源：L negōtiātus (ptp. of negōtiārī to trade), equiv. to negōti(um) business (neg- not + ōtium leisure) + -ātus -ate
neg是not的意思，而oti um 是悠閒，而沒有休閒就是暗指你要做工作啦！也就是 L. negotium = business
negoti ate -able
adj.可協商的 [Easy or possible to negotiate or be negotiated]
ex. negotiable demands
ex. a negotiable check