Crossword clues for nemo
- "Little ___ in Slumberland" (early comic)
- Disney clownfish
- Nautilus skipper
- Title character in a 2003 film from 44-Down
- "The Mysterious Island" captain
- Disney fish
- Fictional submariner
- "Finding ___," 2003 film
- Seaman whose last words were "God and my country!"
- Pixar fish
- Captain who said "Eat your pudding, Mr. Land"
- "Little ___ in Slumberland" (pioneering comic strip)
- Whom Marlin sought in a 2003 film
- Pixar title character
- Captain of Jules Verne's Nautilus
- Pixar's "Finding ___," 2003
- Pixar's "Finding ___"
- Captain of sci-fi
- "Little" comics boy
- Literary captain who says "I am not what you call a civilized man!"
- Title fish in a Pixar film
- Captain ___
- Marlin's son, in an animated film
- Land capturer, in literature
- Little ___ (early comic character)
- Fictional character who says "I am not what you call a civilized man!"
- "Little" visitor to Slumberland, in old comics
- Title subject of a search in a 2003 film
- Sub commander of fiction
- Fictional mariner also known as Prince Dakkar
- Orange-and-white Pixar title character
- Orange Pixar character
- "Finding ___" (2003 Pixar film)
- Friend of Bubbles, in an animated film
- "Finding Dory" fish
- James Mason sci-fi role of 1954
- Verne captain
- Nobody, in ancient Rome
- Captain once played by Omar Sharif
- Verne's captain
- Verne villain
- Winsor McCay's "Little" one
- Early comics name
- Commander of the Nautilus
- Nautilus captain
- "Little ___"
- "Little" comics fellow
- Little ___
- "Little ___" (early comic strip)
- Captain played in film by James Mason
- Jules Verne captain
- Nautilus name
- Verne mariner
- Captain of literature
- Verne hero
- Ned Land's rescuer
- Captain of fiction
- Captain in "The Mysterious Island"
- "Finding ___"
- Lost fish of film
- Explorer of science fiction
- Verne skipper
- Captain of science fiction
- Fictional captain
- Verne's reclusive captain
- "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" captain
- Cartoon fish
- Captain of the Nautilus
- "Little" boy of early comics
- Fish in a Disney film
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Latin, literally "no man, no one, nobody."
Nemo may refer to:
"Nemo" is the tenth single by Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish and the first single from the album Once. The song can be heard in the ending credits of the 2005 film The Cave. A special version of the music video was released that contained scenes from the movie. For "Nemo", a big-budget video was made, the director was Antti Jokinen, who had previously worked with Shania Twain, Celine Dion and Eminem. The video was n° 1 on MTV Brasil Video Chart. The song was nominated for the Kerrang! Award for Best Single.
Tuomas Holopainen, the composer, has stated that the title is Latin for "nobody" and the song is based on his occasional feelings of being lost, longing for the past and feeling nameless. This contradicts speculations that the song simply borrows on a Nemo character of an earlier work, such as J. Verne’s Captain Nemo, Homer’s Ulysses alias Nemo, C. Dickens’ Captain Hawdon alias Nemo, W. McCay’s Little Nemo, or the Disney Studio’s film Finding Nemo. Asked about that T. Holopainen responded:
NEMO Science Museum is a science center in Amsterdam, Netherlands. It is located at the Oosterdok in Amsterdam-Centrum, situated between the Oosterdokseiland and Kattenburg. The museum has its origins in 1923, and is housed in a building designed by Renzo Piano since 1997. It contains five floors of hands-on science exhibitions and is the largest science center in the Netherlands. It attracts annually over 500,000 visitors, which makes it the fifth most visited museum in the Netherlands.
Nemo, the Classic Comics Library was a magazine devoted to the history and creators of vintage comic strips. Created by comics historian Rick Marschall, it was published between 1983 and 1990 by Fantagraphics.
Nemo ran for 31 issues (the last being a double issue) plus one annual. Most issues were edited by Marschall. The title was taken from the classic comic strip Little Nemo. While some issues were thematic, most were a mix of articles, interviews, comic strip reprints and more.
Marschall later went on to co-found another magazine about comics, Hogan's Alley.
Nemo was an American indie rock band formed in Brooklyn, New York in 2002 by Luke McCartney & Dennis Tyhacz. The band took their name from the character Captain Nemo in the novel 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea.
Their debut album Signs of Life was released in June 2004 on Binge Records. The album was notable for its blend of new wave, ethereal acoustic sounds, and inspired indie rock. It was recorded entirely in an apartment in Williamsburg, Brooklyn in 2003 prior to becoming one of the final LP's to be mastered at the Vic Thrill Salon in Brooklyn (shortly before the Salon was closed in 2004). The title track "Signs of Life" was featured in Season 2 of the PBS show Roadtrip Nation in 2005, and several of the songs on "Signs of Life" were also used as the backing music for NPR's Morning Edition show for several years after the album's initial release. McCartney & Tyhacz later recorded in a group in 2006 called The Sound Mirrors, and they released one LP "The Calling" in 2007, also on Binge Records.
Nemo is a former Belgian rock band which was popular in the nineties. The group was founded in 1991 in Houthalen-Helchteren. In 1992 they took part in Humo's Rock Rally. They reached the finals, but ultimately ended in the top three. In 1993 they released their debut album Nemo. Singer Peter Houben had with Mauro Pawlowski the side project Mitsoobishy Jacson. Drummer Herman Houbrechts was also active in Dead Man Ray, the former group of Daan Stuyven. He also designs album covers. In 1997 changed the members of the group. Pascal Deweze of Metal Molly joined the group along with Bert Maes. In 1998 they released their last album, Kiss Me, You Fool. From this album, "StarSign" was issued as single, also the last single from the band.
Nemo is the official file manager of the Cinnamon desktop environment. It is a fork of GNOME Files with several features removed from it.
NEMO (Not Everybody Must Observe) is a toolkit for stellar dynamics. At its core it manipulates an N-body system (snapshot), but can also derive or compute orbits, derive images and extract tables to take to other analysis systems.
Nemo is a French progressive rock band based in Le Puy-en-Velay Haute-Loire.
The band was founded by guitarist, singer and songwriter Jean-Pierre Louveton, and was initially influenced by Genesis and Ange.
- Nemo Gaines (1897-1979), U.S. Naval officer and Major League Baseball player
- Gina Nemo, American actress
- Henry Nemo (1909-1999), American musician, songwriter and actor
- Louis-Paul Némo, birth name of Roparz Hemon (1900-1978), Breton author and scholar
Usage examples of "nemo".
Nam de equitibus hostium, quin nemo eorum progredi modo extra agmen audeat, et ipsos quidem non debere dubitare, et quo maiore faciant animo, copias se omnes pro castris habiturum et terrori hostibus futurum.
Nemo looked up to see a long-legged man with hazel eyes, bushy dark eyebrows, and a ridiculously huge black mustache that balanced like a canoe upon his lip.
Captain Nemo watched the troop of cetacea playing on the waters about a mile from the Nautilus.
I would not even seek to understand the caprice which had decided Captain Nemo upon entering the gulf.
Possibly he would not have done this had he been aware that Cyrus Harding was sufficiently acquainted with his history to address him by the name of Nemo.
Neither Cyrus Harding nor his companions ventured to offer any observation to Captain Nemo.
Cyrus Harding, bending low closed the eyes of him who had once been the Prince Dakkar, and was now not even Captain Nemo.
The colonists uncovered themselves at these last words of Cyrus Harding, and murmured the name of Captain Nemo.
There Cyrus Harding and his companions received at intervals visits from Lord and Lady Glenarvan, Captain John Mangles and his wife, the sister of Robert Grant, Robert Grant himself, Major McNab, and all those who had taken part in the history both of Captain Grant and Captain Nemo.
Captain Nemo pointed out the hideous crustacean, which a blow from the butt end of the gun knocked over, and I saw the horrible claws of the monster writhe in terrible convulsions.
Nemo stood his ground as Captain Noseless strode aboard, sweeping his long cutlass from side to side like a harvester cutting grain.
Squinting through his spyglass, Nemo could just make out the hideous Captain Noseless standing on the quarterdeck and watching his crew.
However, Captain Nemo had rushed to the poulp, and with one blow of the axe had cut through one arm.
Tum Caesar omnibus portis eruptione facta equitatuque emisso celeriter hostes in fugam dat, sic uti omnino pugnandi causa resisteret nemo, magnumque ex eis numerum occidit atque omnes armis exuit.
All these wonders I saw in the space of a quarter of a mile, scarcely stopping, and following Captain Nemo, who beckoned me on by signs.