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Nontal Quincu
this scientist had been an associate of Jenna Zan Arbor's, and was invited to the party she held at Didi Oddo's café. (EVE)

Noob Hill
located on Ruan, this district was noted for its hotels and boarding houses. It was located near several of Salliche Ag Corporation's refugee camps, established to house those beings fleeing from the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. (JE)

this New Republic K-Wing bomber pilot served with the Fifth Battle Group during the unsuccessful blockade of Doornik-319. He was killed when the Yevethan resisted the blockade efforts and attacked the Republic's ships. (SOL)

Leia Organa-Solo used this term to describe the mindless activities of most political figures. (SOL)

see Wallanooga (DSSB, ASNG)

Noolian Crisis
this was one of the early Imperial battles, and resulted in the Empire liberating the Bothan Sector from rebellious insurgents. (TPS)

No'oma K'bri
this Tarasinese phrase translated into Basic as "advance scout", although the two words failed to convey the true meaning of the phrase. Being the no'oma k'bri, which led one of the traditional Tarasin hunting parties, implied that the Tarasin individual had a certain amount of honor in being the leader. However, it was also used a a form of punishment, since many hunts involved dangerous prey. (LFCW)

this was one of the most common male names used by members of the Ithorian race. Although most Ithorian names were not used for a specific meaning, historians found that this name meant "strong-willed". (GCG)

this planet, the primary world of the Noonian system, is located in an area of the galaxy near the Halthor Sector. (SWJ2)

Noone, Cecil
this dark-skinned man was the leader of a band of thieves and soldiers that hired itself out to the highest bidder during the height of the New Order. He was also the owner and Captain of the Borogove. Noone was the son of two members of the Freedom's Sons. He stole a decommissioned ship from the group at the age of thirteen and fled to Byblos, where he tried to sell the ship. He was robbed blind by a group of shipjackers, and was forced to re-established himself as a con man and thief. During the height of the Galactic Civil War, however, Noone was the leader of a small band of criminals that included Kels Turkhorn, a Tynnan named Dawson, and the cyborged Sluissi named Hass Sonax. As a group, they managed to steal a Hapan gun of command from Vop the Usurer, and tried to sell it to make a fortune in credits. However, only a few beings offered to buy it, one of them a young Alliance agent who could only offer them a tenth of their asking price. A meeting with Imperial Governor Gilad Halsek nearly got them killed, so Noone tried to sell the weapon to Tyro Viveca on Kabal. Viveca had heard all about the theft of the weapon and Noone's failed attempts to sell it, and was not amused when Noone offered to sell it to him for one and a half million credits. Viveca simply laughed in his face, and gave him a counter-offer: turn over the weapon, and Noone would have the chance to escape through Viveca's hunting grounds. When Viveca turned the Hapan weapon in his direction, Noone set out to escape. He only managed to avoid death through the timely intervention of his comrades. (SWJ15, GMR1)

Nooni Dalvo
this female Sullustan served as the navigator aboard the Trader's Luck. (TPS)

Noonian Fixer
this alcoholic concoction was guaranteed to make you forget your troubles. (SWJ1)

Noonian Sector
this area of the galaxy was under Imperial control during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (SWJ2)

Noop Warko
this was a noted Nuknog individual in the history of the planet Sump. (UANT)

an area of the galaxy, located in the Outer Rim Territories near the Greeb-Streebling Cluster and the Ninth Quadrant. (COJ)

this surname was common among human settlements found throughout in the galaxy. (GCG)

this graceful, cave-dwelling animal was native to the planet Sullust. It was famed by the Sullustans for it elusiveness. (GCG)

this was a common female name given to Sullustan females. It referred to an elusive, graceful creature found in the tunnels of Sullust. (GCG)

Noor R'aya
a native of the planet Sorl, this Jedi Master had a deep connection to the Force which caused him to leave the daily life of the Jedi Temple to comtemplate the galaxy in seclusion on his homeworld, some twenty years before the Battle of Naboo. After building a small home on the Cragh Mountains, he suddenly disappeared, shortly before Qui-Gon Jinn was captured by Jenna Zan Arbor. Adi Gallia discovered that Master R'aya had also been imprisoned by Zan Arbor, but her experiments left him drained of blood and unabel to fight back. After the Jedi Knights discovered Zan Arbor's lab on Simpla-12, Noor was placed in the custody of Ona Nobis for transport to Belasco, where Zan Arbor hoped to capture the Jedi. Noor feigned unconsciousness, but managed to remain alert enough to leave clues about his whereabouts. (TDR)

Noor Shan
this female Sullustan served as the Security Chief aboard the Chilastra, during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. (GMR8)

Noor, Tetengo
this man, a native of the planet Churba, was a member of the New Republic military. An A-Wing pilot, Tetengo served Blue Squadron at Folor base, using the callsign Blue Ten. Later, he served as Polearm Nine, part of the Polearm Squadron assigned to the Mon Remonda during the hunt for Warlord Zsinj. At the Battle of Selaggis, it was Tetengo who made the last firing run over the Iron Fist before it disappeared into a "tunnel" generated by orbital nightcloaking satellites and disappeared. He was able to see the bow of the Second Death just before it exploded, but believed it was the Iron Fist. Noor escaped the explosion with damage to his A-Wing's engines, but returned to the Mon Remonda to report his findings. He reported that a second capital ship fled the area of the Iron Fist's destruction, but he had no idea what ship it was. (WS, SOC)

a planet inhabited by a race of humanoids with dark brown skin and green-and-gold striped eyes. (DOD)

this creature was known to lay an egg which was extremely slippery. (FH2)

a Rodian word that can be translated as "money." (TME)

this was one of the more common surnames used by the Duros people. Like all such names, Nootka was used only for official business, to indicate one individual from another when in the presense of non-Duros. This name literally meant "supervisor" or "commander". (GCG)

Nooxoo Una, Vooz
this man, whose name translated into Bocce as "The Patriot," was once a noted biogeneticist who specialized in the manipulation of plant material. Nooxoo Una later instituted a vigilante war against crime on the planet Coruscant, during the height of the New Order. To protect himself, Vooz Nooxoo Una wore a suit of biochemically and genetically engineered plant fibers, giving him the appearance of a walking tree. The suit, which he had created in the laboratory and donned as an experiment, was studded with heavy thorns, and his hands and feet were tipped with retractable claws. Shortly after the Battle of Yavin, Vooz Nooxoo Una began attacking Imperial officers and soldiers without provocation, earning an Imperial bounty on his head. (GMR6)

this was a common name given to Zabrak males. Like many Zabrak names, it related to survival characteristics, and meant "first-born son". (GCG)

this large Quarren worked for the noted crimelord Jarafok during the last years of the Old Republic. (SWJ5)

Nopces Prime
this was the primary world in the Nopces System, a minor star system is located on the Mid-Rim edge of Darpa Sector, along the Hydian Way. (FOP)

this was a common male name among the Gamorrean people. Like most Gamorrean names, it was essentially gibberish that indicated what a Gamorrean would do if you made him angry. (GCG)

this was the thrird world colonized by the Tren. It was also the last world they colonized, as the Tren joined the Empire and agreed to certain non-expansion laws. (SWJ11)

the New Republic used this planet as a staging location for their assault on the Imperial base on Borleias. Borsk Fey'lya later used the arid world as the site from which the Republic's councilors would plan the assault on Coruscant. Fey'lya knew that many of the councilors would dislike the planet's dry polen-filled atmosphere, and that would put them on edge and at odds with each other. He then stepped in to "reconcile" the situation, gaining his own advantage in the proceedings. The renegade Impreial warlord, Zsinj, took his fleet there to eliminate the Republic outpost, following the capture of Borleias by the Republic. He was too late, and only destroyed empty buildings. It was believed that Tycho Celchu was killed in the battle, shortly before the New Republic attempted to liberate Coruscant. (XWN, WG)

this name was common among the Feeorin race. (UANT)

this name was commonly given to Quarren males, and meant "strong". (GCG)

one of the many languages spoken in the Delantine System, N'or is prevalent on the planet Da'nor. (SA2)

Nor Fik
this was one of the Colicoid leaders who traveled to meet with Krayn on Rorak 5, during the period in which Anf Dec was negotiating with Krayn for the spice processing rights to the Kessel Run. It was Nor Fik who greeted the slave trader Bakleeda - actually Obi-Wan Kenobi in disguise - some four years after the Battle of Naboo. Bakleeda had been employed by the Colicoids as an independent assessor of Krayn's organization. Shortly after their initial meeting, Nor Fik was confronted by Obi-Wan and Siri Tachi, both of whom revealed they had been planning to "overthrow" Krayn. Under her disguise as Zora, Siri reasoned with Nor Fik about the Colicoids' plans to eventually squeeze Krayn out. Nor Fik was unable to commit the full resources of the Colicoids to take up the Nar Shaddaa operations, but agreed to allow the slave revolt to take its course and ruin Krayn's operations. Eventually, Nor Fik was allowed to take control of Nar Shaddaa, and agreed to actually pay the workers to continue processing the spice. (JQ)

Nor Wedd
this was a noted Quarren politician, who served as one of his species' representatives to the Old Republic Senate some twenty-two years before the Battle of Yavin. (SWDB)

a planet. This might be a reference to the planet Haariden. (JQ9)

Norak Tull
a sentient race of insectoids, the Norak Tull have segmented, armor-like skin. (TT)

Norat Sovereignity
this government and its people were exterminated during the Yevethan Purge. (SOL)

Cabrool Nuum's daughter, she had almost as many aspirations as her devious brother, Rusk. When Rusk imprisoned Jabba the Hutt, Norba released the crimelord so that he could kill Rusk. She threw Jabba in jail for murder, but explained that she would set him free if Jabba agreed to kill Vu Chusker. Jabba, however, didn't want to be subservient to any of the Nuum clan, and so he ate Norba. (JTH)

this Imperial communications officer served on Garos IV during the early years of the New Republic. (SWJ3)

this grizzled, old man worked as the bartender at the Falling Rodian cantina, on the Tolea Biqua space station, during the last years of the Old Republic. Norben was a good friend of Ginder the Bimm. (WOA4)

Norbet's Nest
this seedy dive was located in The Skids district of the city of Tyrena, on the planet Corellia, during the height of the New Order. (CCW)

this ancient pioneer settlement was established in the souther hemisphere of Socorro, some 2,700 kilometers south of Vakeyya. (BSS)

this is a Socorran word which meant "wayward" or "stubborn". (BSS)

this planet as a religious destination for many beings, during the height of the New Order. (T14)

this Twi'lek Jedi Master was among the forces of the Old Republic dispatched to liberate the planet Jabiim from Separatist control. Like many of the Jedi Masters, Norcuna was given the rank of General, and provided with a group of clone troopers to command. However, a month into the battle, very little headway had been made, and Norcuna's forces were captured and killed by Alto Stratus. Stratus taunted Master Norcuna as he beheaded the Twi'lek. (RBJ)

this Imperial Colonel was part of the command crew aboard the weapons platform known as the Tarkin, during its construction in the Patriim System. Nord was part of the group of officers who opposed Darth Vader's careless waste of life whenever an officer failed to meet his goals. When an assassination attempt against the Dark Lord failed, Vader discovered Nord's role in it and planned to execute him. However, when Nord decided to use the ionic cannon aboard the Tarkin to take out Luke Skywalker and Leia Organa, the superweapon exploded. It had been sabotaged by the Alliance, and tore itself apart when fired. Nord and all aboard were killed. (LTA3, MC52)

an alien race. (AIR)

Nord System
a planetary system. (GG6)

Nord, Calo
considered by many to have been the greatest bounty hunter in the galaxy during the Great Sith War, Calo Nord was an outwardly unassuming man who was known for his deliberate precision in his actions. As a child, he was sold into slavery by his parents, and managed to kill his masters on his sixteenth birthday. He then set out to execute his parents for selling him into slavery, an action which earned him a substantial bounty on his head. Calo Nord was determined not to be captured, and learned everything he could of the tactics used by the bounty hunters who pursued him, before he killed them all in turn. Eventually, Calo Nord discovered who had placed the bounty on his head in the first place, and executed them as well. Calo Nord eventually became a free man, and set out to become a bounty hunter in his own right. His natural instincts for survival and his ruthless efficiency allowed him to become the most feared hunter of his time. Many criminals believed that his existence was a myth that was told to other criminals to frighten them away from a life of crime; this stemmed from the fact that very few beings ever escaped him to testify to his prowess. He eventually went to work for the Sith during the years of conflict surrounding the Great Sith War, and also took on work for The Exchange during the same period. He dogged Bastila Shan, Carth Onasi, and the Jedi Knights who were searching for the Star Forge and Darth Malak, and was believed to have been killed on Taris. However, he managed to survive the assault and escape the planet before it was destroyed by the Sith. Nord continued to work for Darth Malak, and it was while on Sith business that Calo Nord was eventually killed, during the battle for control of the Star Forge near the Unknown World of the Rakata. (KOTOR, SWDB)

Nord, Dren
this arrogant young man was a native of the planet Alderaan. The son of two politicians, Dren was educated at some of the Inner Rim's best schools. When he accepted a scholarship to a prominent medical school, Dren found himself away from Alderaan when it was destroyed by the Empire. He joined the Alliance, and was recruited to be a medic with the Special Operations team. The loss of his family on Alderaan hardened his spirit, and his bedside manner and respect for his superiors were both poor. He found himself having to pull political strings to get transferred to a more prestigious area. However, after learning that he could provide expertise in high-combat missions where the real work was being done against the Empire, he retracted his request and was assigned to T'Charek Haathi's shipjacking team. He bristled at having to take orders from a younger officer, and discovered that he lacked the skills to give them in combat situations. After Haathi's team survived the attack of a Doom Slayer droid on Gelgelar, Nord left the team to work with Colonel Stijhl's team. He was replaced by Stijhl's field medic, Maglenna Pendower. (SWJ13, SWJ14)

Norda Proi
a New Republic Lieutenant serving on the Steadfast under Captain Oolas. (BTS)

manufacturers of various shipboard components, including anti-concussion field generators. (CPL, SCRE)

Nordoxicon Micro Instrument
a division of Nordoxicon, the Micro Instrument group began making sighting and targetting devices near the end of the Galactic Civil War. (SWSB)

this planet is the homeworld of a three-foot-tall, humanoid race, characterized by their wrinkled skin and the strip of white hair that ran down the middle of their head. (SWJ2)

this was a common Ayrou name. (UANT)

a familiar Yevethan greeting. (BTS)

this timid, feline creature was native to Brigia. (HSL)

this Krath assassin was one of Satal Keto's slaves. (DLS)

this was a starship. (XWA)

this was a common name among the Drall. (UANT)

see Horgk (EGP)

this was a common name among Cerean females. Unlike their male counterparts, Cerean females use a single name unless they became a bond-wife. In this case, a female will take on their husband's grandfather's name for official matters. The name Nori indicated music, song, or poetry. (GCG)

Skids Tuketu's girlfriend. (BTS)

one of Akanah's childhood friends on Lucazec, Norika was Akanah's best friend among the Fallanassi. Wialu often said they were like twins. Along with several other youths, she was taken to the planet Teyr when the Empire invaded Lucazec. She lived in the city og Griann until the Fallasnassi were forced to flee. (BTS, SOL)

Norkronian Whistle Snake
this unusual reptile was known for its ability to make flute-like noises that seemed to form strange music. (LTA2)

this unusual mammal was a capricious little creature that was native to the Forest Moon of Endor. (ECAR)

Norley, Cee
this wire-thin woman was a weapons expert, and was assigned to work with Qu Rahn during the early years of the Galactic Civil War to help rescue beings which were uprooted because of the war. She had been trained by Tech Sergeant Hooly with the Alliance, and never forgot his words of wisdom or advice. She died on the planet Dorlo, during a mission to rescue the populace from Imperial subjugation. (RAG)

Norn, Harrid
this man, a noted pilot, served as a pirate working for his brother, Servid Norn. Harrid was chosen by his brother to fly in a race which was created by Servid and his business rival, Plook Hartar. The rivals hoped to prove which pirate gang had the best pirates. Servid worked behind the scenes to ensure Harrid's success by offering a bounty on Plook Hartar's pilot, Scranton Toon. (GMR6)

Norn, Servid
this crimelord was a rival of Plook Hartar, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. Hartar and Norn both believed that they had the best pilots in the galaxy, and set out to prove it. Each nominated a pilot to participate in a race across the galaxy; Servid nominated his own brother, Harrid. The winner would be determined by which of the pilots reached the destination first. The race began on Tynna, then required the pilot to obtain a docking permit from each of the following planets: Bothawui, Nal Hutta, Calamari, Almania, Ord Mantell, Fondor, and Bespin. Once all these permits were acquired, the pilot had to make run to Mos Eisley and deliver the permits to the spaceport controllers there. Unknown to Plook Hartar, Norn put a bounty on the head of Hartar's pilot, Scranton Toon, in an effort to ensure victory for his pirates. (GMR6)

a planet. (CRO)

Noro Zak
this Jedi Knight was a member of the Baxthrax species. He was selected to accompany Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi to Esseles, to locate Adi Gallia, shortly before the Battle of Naboo. (E1A1)

this was one of the four main continents found on the planet Veron. (PG1)

this was a lustrous, though inexpensive fabric used to create colorful clothing. (SWI67)

this flowering plant was native to the planet Cularin. It was often found near greenbark trees, and was a food source for all manner of birds. (LFCW)

one-time planetary governor of the planet Cilpar. (XWRS)

this was one of the more common names given to Dantari males. (UANT)

this Bothan name was given to newborn males. Translated into Basic, it meant "strong-willed." (GCG, WOTC)

this was one of the more common names given to Dantari females. (UANT)

this pushy, red-headed man served the Empire as a Lieutnenant aboard a customs ship during the height of the Galactic Civil War. Despite his intimidating demeanor, Norrick was actually a jittery man who blanched at any sort of combat. (SWG7)

this was a type of bread that was preferred by the Hutts. (TF)

this bar, located in The Life section of Vergesso Base, catered to members of the Alliance during the height of the Galactic Civil War. It was smaller than the other two major bars, the Black Hole and the Docking Bay, and was considered more dangerous than the others because of the fact that most of its patrons were active soldiers who wouldn't hesitate to defend themselves. (SPG)

this Imperial Governor was in charge of the planet Wroona during the Galactic Civil War. He cracked down on the operations of Wroona's less-respectable guilds, revoking their licenses and raiding their guild halls. A number of guild agents, led by Kabalard Vinne, attacked the Star Destroyer Rampant in retaliation. (SWJ9)

this Alliance agent was part of the team which was trapped between Imperial forces and the Assassin's Guild in the Tylerin Embankment, on Archais. Norrion's tricky maneuvering kept the Alliance's vehicle ahead of the opposition, giving them a chance to escape. (AIR)

Norsam Corporation
this weapons manufacturer produced lift-mines for the Empire. (CFG)

this was the name given to the northernmost sector of the city of Recardeon, on the planet Rimma. Many of the city's largest shantytowns were located in the NorSec district, during the height of the New Order. (GCG)

Norsh, Galinda
this young girl was a student at the Jedi Temple on Coruscant, studying the ways of the Force as a contemporary of young Dooku, some 68 years before the Clone Wars. (LOJ)

Norstrag, Arvo
this ancient man was the original King of the Phosphura Belt Pirates, and was generally considered the first being to develop a pirate's code of honor. He called it the Buccaneer Code, and declared that every future leader of the Phosphura Belt Pirates should adhere to its basic tenets. (PP, SWJ5)

Nort Toom
this Weequay was the founder and leader of the Toom Clan, a gang of mercenary pirates who worked the Outer Rim during the last decades of the Old Republic. Nort and his gang were destroyed on Riome, where they made their last stand against the combined forces of Lommite Limited and InterGalactic Ores. The two corporations had joined forces after it was learned that the Tooms had taken a third contract to destroy both corporations. (DMS)

this Toydarian worked for the Offworld Mining Company on Bandomeer, during the years leading up to the Battle of Naboo. Norta was in charge of security for many of Offworld's facilities, and used a network of contacts to acquire indentured workers and slaves for mining and security functions. (GORW)

North 5 26 Down
this location, found within the city Griann, was used by the Fallanassi before they fled the planet Teyr. Norika lived there some nineteen before Akanah and Luke Skywalker arrived to locate her. It was destroyed after the Fallanassi left, in a cyclone that wiped out all the dwellings between North 5 22 and North 5 38, although some were rebuilt. (SOL)

North 5 26 Up
this location is found in the city of Griann, on the planet Teyr. It, along with all the other dwellings between North 5 22 and North 5 28 were destroyed in a cyclone. It was later rebuilt for habitation. (SOL)

North Barris Spaceport
one of the largest spaceports on the planet Pakrik Minor. (VOF)

North Beach
this coastal area was located on the Unknown World of the Rakata race. During the height of the Great Sith War, the North Beach area was under the control of the militant Rakata who served the One. (KOTOR)

North Berr Sea
this frigid ocean was located on the moon of Misnor. (COG)

North Conical Mountains
this was the name used to describe the arrangement of seven cones - one large cone surrounded by six smaller cones - at one end of Centerpoint Station. It was believed that the cones formed the primary repulsor generation system for the Station, since the arrangement of cones resembled that of ancient repulsor devices. (JE)

North Garden
located in Coruscant's Monument Plaza, this was one of the few existing gardens to remain fully open to the sky, during the last decades of the Old Republic. (SWI70)

North Horn Flightknife
one of the many Yedagonian fighter squadrons which supported Wedge Antilles and the Running Crimson Flightknife during the war against the forces of the Cartann nation, on Adumar. (SOA)

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