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  1. (chemistry) nobelium.

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Etymology 1 edit

Variant of No., from the scribal abbreviation for Latin numero (in number, to the number of).

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No (not comparable)

  1. (archaic) Alternative form of No.

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No (plural Nos)

  1. Alternative form of No.

Etymology 2 edit

A macronless variant of , the romanization of Japanese (, [performing] skill, talent).

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No (countable and uncountable, plural No)

  1. Alternative form of Noh: a form of classical Japanese drama.

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  1. A lake in South Sudan
  2. A county of South Sudan

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