no·vo[1]

  1. alter
  2. change
  3. invent
  4. refresh
  5. revive
  6. to make anew

Phrases with the word novo


Synonyms for novo

  • abeochange, depart from life, die, disappear, retire, to digress, to go away, to have been, to pass, vanish
  • extundodevise, drive away, extort, invent, repel violently, to form by beating with a hammer
  • inclinochange, fall back, incline, to bend, turn, waver
  • inflectoaffect, bow, change, curve, sway, to bend, to warp
  • mutatioalteration, change, transformation
  • mutoalter, exchange, fine, mulct, punish, to change
  • reciperoaccept, restore, revive, take back, to receive, to regain, withdraw
  • recrorestore, revive, to recreate
  • refoveorefresh, to cherish again, warm
  • reperioascertain, devise, discover, find, find again, hit upon, invent, to get again, to meet with

Similar to novo

  • nocensbad, culpable, evil, injurious, wicked
  • noceodo harm, inflict injury
  • nolensunwilling
  • nolorefuse, to be unwilling, to to be unwilling, wish not to
  • noluirefuse, to be unwilling, wish not to
  • nomenname
  • nominatimby name, expressly
  • nominorto be renowned
  • nonusninth
  • noroto know