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Ngu vi huong means " 5 Spice Powder" in Vietnamese.

Nozh (???) is the Russian word for "knife

Nankhwa is the Persian name of Bishop's weed, a kind of spice. It is also known as Ajwain in Hindi, Zinian and Kamme Muluki, in Persian and Arabic languages, respectively

Nocchette refers to a small "bow-ties" pasta generally used when cooking soups with pasta

Noccioline is the Italian word for peanuts or ground nuts.

Noccioline is pronounced "noh-chyoh-lee-neh"

Nigai is the Japanese word for bitter

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