Definition of Naches

1. nachas [n NACHES] - See also: nachas



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Naches

naboots
nabothian cyst
nabothian follicle
nabothian gland
nabs
nabumetone
nac
nacaphite
nacarat
nacarats
nacelle
nacelles
nach
nachas
nache
naches (current term)
nacho
nachos
nack
nacked
nacker
nacket
nackets
nacking
nacks
nacolomab tafenatox
nacre
nacred
nacreous
nacreous cloud

Literary usage of Naches

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1. Irrigation Practice and Engineering by Bernard Alfred Etcheverry (1916)
"Sand Trap on naches Power Canal, Washington (Fig. 80). ... naches Power Canal, Wash. These openings arc 4 inches high and 2 feet 6 inches wide; ..."

2. Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History by American Museum of Natural History (1910)
"... the Yakima and naches Rivers; a site, where material, possibly boulders, suitable for chipped implements had been dug and broken with pebble hammers, ..."

3. The Encyclopedia of Practical Horticulture: A Reference System of Commercial by Granville Lowther, William Worthington (1914)
"Fruitvale and the northern slope of Nob Hill are the first to benefit by the northwest breeze from the naches canyon, as they He directly In Its course and ..."

4. A History of the State of Nevada: Its Resources and People by Thomas Wren, Lewis Publishing Company (1904)
"naches resigned his position of authority with his tribe. ... naches was always a leader among the Pintes, and was regarded by the whites as a most ..."

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