Definition of Navette

1. a gem cut in a pointed oval form [n -S]



Navette Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Navette

navars
navbar
navbars
nave
navel
navel-gazing
navel-string
navel orange
navel point
naveless
navelike
navels
navelwort
navelworts
naves
navette (current term)
navettes
navew
navews
navicert
navicerts
navicula
navicular
navicular abdomen
navicular articular surface of talus
navicular bone
navicular bone of hand
navicular disease
navicular fracture

Literary usage of Navette

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. European Agriculture and Rural Economy by Henry Colman (1851)
"A smaller kind of colza, called navette, is cultivated where the land is too ... The navette, a rape of summer, is sown in the spring, and ripens its seed ..."

2. The Agriculture and Rural Economy of France, Belgium, Holland and by Henry Colman (1848)
"A smaller kind of colza, called navette, is cultivated where the land is too ... The navette, a rape of summer, is sown in the spring, and ripens its seed ..."

3. Cassell's Complete Book of Sports and Pastimes: Being a Compendium of Out by Cassell & Co, Cassell (London) (1896)
"navette. A rest for the cue (Fig. ... higher or lower, according to the size of the arch and the difficulty of attaining The game of navette is played with ..."

4. Frauds of Papal Ecclesiastics by Gabriel d'. Emiliane, Gilbert Burnet, Antonio Gavin (1835)
"An encensoir and navette of gold, given by the Queen, wife of the same prince. , Another great ostensoir in gilded metal, ornamented by silver cherubim, ..."

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