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knew (NOO, NYOO) (verb)
Having possessed knowledge of, or having been informed about something; having grasped the truth and facts of a situation: Abigail and Todd read the map carefully and knew their way across the mountain pass.
new (NOO, NYOO) (adjective)
1. Characterizing the existence of, or referring to something having been made very recently: Marge wore her new shoes for the very first time when she went to the symphony.
2. Describing the beginning of a situation or relationship: Shawn started his new job on Monday and was very pleased with his new boss.
gnu (NOO, NYOO) (noun)
One of two African antelopes characterized by a large head, a short mane, long tail and distinctly curved horns: From the tourist bus, Alisha observed the gnu running swiftly across the savannah or the flat grassland.
nu (NOO, NYOO) (noun)
The 13th letter of the Greek alphabet: The letter Nu comes after Mu in the Greek alphabet as you can see in this rendition of the Greek letters: Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta, Epsilon, Zeta, Eta, Theta, Iota, Kappa, Lambda, Mu, Nu, Xi, Omicron, Pi, Rho, Sigma, Tau, Upsilon, Phi, Chi, Psi, and Omega."

Adam and Eve knew there was a new gnu at the zoo before they went.

Trina saw the antelope that was recently born in the zoo; and she wishes she knew if that new gnu with the Greek name of Nu will like its new home.

nu, Ν, ν
1. The 13th letter of the Greek alphabet (Ν, ν), represented in the English alphabet as "n".
2. As a numeral, nu denotes 50.
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(Greek: the thirteenth letter of the Greek alphabet; Ν, ν)