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Buddhist nun / (often used in phonetic spellings)
Indonesia (abbr. for 印度尼西亞|印度尼西亚)
Slovenian (language)
Slovenia
Disney (company name, surname) / Walt Disney (1901-1966), American animator and film producer
Indonesia
honey (term of endearment) (loanword)
Sony
Anthony (name)
bikini (loanword)
Lamborghini (Italian car manufacturer)
Sydney, capital of New South Wales, Australia
Venice / Venezia
Neanderthal (abbr. for 尼安德特人)
Tunisia / Tunis, capital of Tunisia
Romania
Danny (name)
Hennessy (cognac)
damping
München or Munich, capital of Bavaria, Germany
Pennsylvania
nylon (loanword)
California
Nigeria
Nepal
Minnesota, USA
Manila, capital of Philippines
Daniel (name)
Kenya
Estonia
Armani (fashion designer)
Nyima county, Tibetan: Nyi ma rdzong in Nagchu prefecture 那曲地區|那曲地区, central Tibet
(Internet slang) alternative for 你媽|你妈 / (transcription from Tibetan) the sun
Catalonia
Trinidad
Tanzania
Hani ethnic group
Friedrich Nietzsche (1846-1900), German philosopher
Nielsen or Nelson (name)
Tiffany & Co. (US luxury jewelry retailer)
Albania
Disney (company name, surname) / also written 迪士尼
Dominican Republic
California
Dominica / Dominican Republic
Mani (god)
Armenia, capital Yerevan 埃里溫|埃里温
Bologna
variant of 弗吉尼亞州|弗吉尼亚州 / Virginia, US state
Nicaragua
Mikolaj Kopernik or Nicolaus Copernicus (1473-1543), Polish astronomer, mathematician and polymath
Saint Kitts and Nevis
New Caledonia
Moroni, capital of Comoros
Winnipeg, capital of Manitoba, Canada
San Antonio, Texas
Dennis (name)
Guinness (name)
Dominica
Martinique (French Caribbean island)
Disneyland
Winnie-the-Pooh (bear character in children's stories by A. A. Milne adapted by Disney)
RMS Titanic, British passenger liner that sank in 1912
Nissan, Japanese car make
Kennedy (name) / J.F. Kennedy (1917-1963), US Democrat politician, president 1961-1963
Nile (river)
Phoenix, capital of Arizona / also 鳳凰城|凤凰城
La Coruña or A Coruña (city in Galicia, Spain)
Mauritania
Nîmes (city in France)
Pennsylvania
Niger (African state) / Niger River, West Africa
Bern, capital of Switzerland
University of Pennsylvania
Bosnia
Buddhist nun
Sidney or Sydney (name)
Micronesia
(Internet slang) what? (loanword from Japanese なに nani)
the Nile
incantation (Sanskrit: dharani) / religious chant (promoting virtue and obstructing evil)
Polynesia
Catania, Sicily
Narnia, children's fantasy world in stories by C.S. Lewis
Phoenicia, ancient civilization along the coast of the Mediterranean Sea
Trinidad and Tobago
Sakyamuni Buddha (Sanskrit: sage of the Sakya) / Siddhartha Gautama (563-485 BC), the historical Buddha and founder of Buddhism
Martini
Siddhartha Gautama (563-485 BC), the historical Buddha and founder of Buddhism / Sakyamuni Buddha (Sanskrit: sage of the Sakya)
Greenwich (former location of Greenwich observatory, at zero longitude) / refers to Greenwich mean time
Hannibal (name) / Hannibal Barca (247-183 BC), Carthaginian general
Minnesota
Virginia, US state
Richard Nixon (1913-1994), US president 1969-1974 / surname Nixon
Manes (3rd century AD), Persian prophet and founder of Manichaeism
Niagara Falls
El Niño, equatorial climate variation in the Pacific
The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare
Koenigsegg (car manufacturer)
French Polynesia

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