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Nang Hul
this was the Yuuzhan Vong name for a thud bug. (EVC)

this was a common name given to male Duros children. The name Nangle referred to a species of hardy plant found on the planet Duro. (GCG)

this hardy plant was native to the planet Duro, and was one of the few species to survive the destruction of the planet's surface. (GCG)

this female Vorzydiak youth was one of the original members of the Freelies, some eleven years before the Battle of Naboo. Nania was one of the young Vorzydiaks who sided with Grath in working to ensure that their industrial sabotage was not directed toward living beings, despite the wishes of Flip and Tray. However, Nania did not want the Freelies to fight among themselves, and tried to bring Flip and Grath together. Despite her efforts, Flip was killed in the explosion at the Multycorp building. (TTW)

Nanja Fly
this carnivorous, scavenging insect was native to the underground caverns of the planet Csilla. (FH3)

this unusual creature was considered something of a nuisance by the Ugnaughts, although the diminutive aliens ate immature nanklings as a source of food. (PH)

this was the name given to an immature nank. Nanklings were a favored food of the Ugnaught race, and were often served flash-fried. (PH)

this was the nickname given to the modified Defender Droid owned by Luke Skywalker and his wife, Mara Jade Skywalker, and used as a guardian and care provider for their son, Ben, during the years following the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. Nanna accompanied Ben during the time he spent learning from his cousin, Jacen Solo, and was instrumental in helping them escape from a Gorog attack on Tenel Ka and her infant son on Hapes. (DN1, DN2)

a flower native to the planet Drall. (AS)

a maneuver in which a starship briefly enters hyperspace to make a short trip over a small distance without being seen until the last moment. (HSE)

Nanny Droid
see TDL Droid (COTF)

this was a very small measure of time, used by the Yuuzhan Vong. (T)

this BlasTech detonation fuse is often used in micronite charges. (CFG)

also known as nano viruses, these microbes are created in laboratories to attack a certain genetic structure and dismantle it slowly. They are expesnive and time-consuming to develop and manufacture, due to their single-purpose use. They are beyond the means of most criminals, which is the only reason why their use isn't more widespread. The nano-destroyers enter the target's cells and slowly dismantle the cell's nucleus. Once the nucleus explodes, the nano-destroyers are distributed to neighboring cells to start the process again. They are very difficult to stop, even with the use of copious amounts of bacta, and will consume their target within a few months. They were originally developed by humans, and seem to work only on human and certain near-human species. The Caridan Ambassador Furgan used a group of self-replicating nano-destroyers to try and slowly debilitate Mon Mothma and bring about the fall of the New Republic, but his death occurred just prior to Cilghal's using the Force to remove the nanodestroyers from her body, one at a time. (COTF, JASB)

this small corporation produced a variety of personal conveyance devices during the era of the New Order. (GFT)

Nanogene Droid
this highly experimental form of automaton was designed to affect the cells of living organisms. A number of nanogene droids are injected into the target's system and attack the genetic material of the target at the molecular level. They are programmed to rewrite the target's genetic code, causing strange and unusual reactions. Developed during the later years of the New Order, nanogene droids were deemed too costly to use on a widespread basis, and the project was supposedly abandonded. An unscrupulous scientist named Uris ressuracted the project with his own funding, and very nearly released a batch of the droids on the population of Voorsbain before he was stopped by a group of Alliance agents. Uris' droids manipulated their targets' genetic structure in such a way that they would be turned into a mindless zombie within 3 weeks. (GMH)

this was a form of miniature projectile weapon used on several starfighter designs of the Old Republic. These tiny missiles lacked guidance technology to help them find their targets, and had to be used in conjunction with a secondary targetting system, such as an ion-enabled sensor tag. (STF)

this incredibly fine, smooth fabric was created by artisans on the planet Corellia. It was generally considered one of the most expensive fabrics of the Old Republic. (E3N)

this small, five-armed "creature" was native to the seas of the planet Calamari. Mon Calamari historians knew of a story in which a huge, spherical ship dropped from the skies and plunged into the oceans of Calamari, then later returned to space. Shortly afterward, fisherbeings began finding nano-stars in their nets. Resembling small, pentagonal droids, nano-stars were soon found to be automatons and not living creatures. Five tiny, metallic tentacles sprouted from each of the five points on its body, and these tentacles were used to zap a predator with electricity in order to give the nano-star time to escape. Investigators discovered that the nabo-stars did not eat, and reproduced by building new nano-stars. Many believed that these small droids were similar in many respects to the Class 2 multiphasic droid, Vuffi Raa. (GORW)

this was the science of created extremely miniaturized versions of everyday technology. It was perfected by many corporations during their height of the New Order, as the Imperial war machine required more and more sophisticated wares. (SLS)

nanothreads were microscopic filaments that were developed by cyberneticists to allow communication between a computer system and a living being. Nanothreads could be extended from a cyborg implant and inserted directly into the brain of a being, creating a direct connection between the brain and the implant's computer system. (NEGW)

Nanowave Oven
a fast-heating oven. (LCJ)

according to Ewok legend, this female shaman broke an evil spirit's curse, waking an entire village from a deep sleep. (GCG)

this was a common name for Ewok females. Like other Ewok names, it referred to a spirit or character in the Ewoks' mythology. (GCG)

this planet was located just inside a massive asteroid belt, and was noted for its wondrous displays of shooting stars. (JQ9)

this Farlax Sector planet was blockaded during the Yevethan Purge by the New Republic's Fourth Battle Group. (SOL)

Nantex-class Territorial Defense Starfighter
this Geonosian Fighter was developed and manufactured by the Huppla Pasa Tisc Shipwrights Collective on the planet Geonosis. Designed for atmospheric and in-system travel, the 9.8-meter-long Nantex-class fighter was created to be bonded to a unique Geonosian pilot. Armed with a single, turret-mounted laser cannon located in between the forward mandibles, it provided the Geonisians with a highly-maneuverable craft with which to defend their manufacturing operations. The weapons mount was located on a sphere, and was modular enough to allow for other weapons to be swapped for the laser cannon. A collection of narrow-beam tractor beam/repulsor generators lined each side of the ship, providing enhanced maneuverability as well as minimal offensive capability. The fighter was capable of attaining speeds of 20,000 kilometers per hour in atmosphere. Each pilot of a Nantex-class fighter was bonded to his ship at birth, mating with the onboard computers to form an integrated system. Pilots used a combination of innate ability and scent simulators to control their craft, sometimes flying by their sense of smell to provide feedback to the ship's systems. The cockpit bubble provided a full 360 degrees of vision, allowing the pilot to see what was going on around it. The hull of the fighter was created from woven, reinforced laminasteel. (X2, SWDB)

native to the moon Sulon, this flowering plant gave off a sweet, almost nauseating scent when in bloom. (RAG)

a planet. (OS)

Nanth'ri Pirates
this infamous group of space raiders were united under Cellis Mott. They preyed upon ships that flew through the Nanthri Route. The pirates found themselves without a leader when Mott was captured by the Alliance and perished in Otherspace, and disbanded soon after Mott's diappearance. This band is also referred to as the Nanthri Pirates. (SWJ2, OS)

Nanthri Route
a hyperspace shipping lane prowled by Cellis Mott's Nanth'ri Pirates. The pirates routinely scoured the space around the planet Nanth'ri, taking Imperial commissions. They were given preferential treatment in return for turning any suspected Alliance agents over to the Imperial authorities. (SWJ2, OS, IA)

Nanth'ri Trade Route
see Nanthri Route. (IA)

this New Republic Navy Admiral was promoted to senior flag officer just prior to the Republic's blockade of the Koornacht Cluster, following the Yevethan Purge. He was briefly considered as a choice to replace Etahn A'baht as commander of the Fifth Battle Group during the blockade, but was a real candidate after the capture of Han Solo. (SOL, TT)

this substance is highly flexible, and is often used in netting or webbing. Synthetic naorstrachem was used by Merr-Sonn to fabricate the webbing shot from the Tangle Gun 7. The synthetic form combined more readily with the shrinking agent required to contract the webbing around the target. (CFG)

Naos III
this small moon was little more than a mud-covered frontier world which was originally settled by Rodian and Lethan Twi'leki criminals who found rich veins of ryll spice beneath its surface. Because of its orbital position, Naos III should have been a frozen ball of muddy ice that was covered by regular snowfalls, but intense volcanic activity kept the surface just warm enough to melt the ice into a thick sludge. Most of the natural animal life had been hunted to extinction, and only a handful of imported rycrits and banthas managed to survive. In addition to its spice, Naos III was also known as the homeworld of the Nos sharptooth. It was on Naos III that Darth Sidious hoped to murder Obi-Wan Kenobi, during the last months of the Clone Wars, in an effort to orphan Anakin Skywalker. The two Jedi had been searching for Fa'ale Leh, as part of their ongoing investigation into the many connections Sidious had throughout the galaxy. Sidious ordered his apprentice, Darth Tyranus - known to the rest of the galaxy as Count Dooku - to ensure Kenobi's death. Tyranus was hesitant, since it obviously meant that Sidious wanted to take Skywalker as a future apprentice. (LEV)

Naos III
this was the unimaginative name given to the largest of the settlements established on the remote moon of Naos III. The settlement itself was located on a river delta, with bridges spanning the waterways and muddy roads linking the buildings. The spaceport that served Naos III was essentially a connected group of hills that had been hollowed out to accommodate starships. (LEV)

Naos III Mercantile
this was ostensibly the governing body of the remote moon Naos III, during the last decades of the Old Republic. The Naos III Mercantile's primary function was the overseeing of the harvest and export of Naos sharptooth, an industry that provided the moon with much of its income. (LEV)

Naos Sharptooth
this pink-fleshed fish was considered a delicacy in many parts of the galaxy, despite the fact that it was native to the coldest bodies of water found on the remote moon of Naos III. It spawned during the deepest portion of Naos III's near-continual winter, making it difficult and expensive to harvest. Nevertheless, restaurants were willing to pay the price for its tasty flesh. (LEV)

Naotebe Wingling
this species of insect was shaped by Nom Anor, during the time he was posing as Doctor Dassid Cree'ar on the planet Duro. They were known as white-eyes by the New Republic, and were developed to chew through the synthplas which formed the domes of the refugee camps on Duro's surface. (BP)

Nap Lagard
this Neimoidian was the Commander of the Trade Federation battleship Acquisitor. (COD)

this was one of the primary chemical components used to activate a thermal detonator, in the newer designs that were produced in the wake of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. It gave off a distinctive smell when the themral detonator was set off. (DN2)

this unusual alien species was little more tha a mass of snake-like, ribbony tissues supported by three legs. Its head was nothing more than a knotted blob of wet eyes. (RP)

Naps Fral Cluster
this area of the galaxy was located between Ryloth and Nal Hutta. The Karazak Slavers Guild often kept a few ships positioned in the Cluster, hoping to intercept ships transporting Twi'leks from Ryloth to Nal Hutta. (TFNR)

Napvansa Tadavv
this Sluissi engineer was known for her good work, although she often doubled or tripled her repair-time estimates so that she would look good when she came in before the deadline. She was approached by Dhas Vedij and offered a chance to serve on the crew of the Far Orbit, shortly after Vedij defected from Imperial service. (FOP)

NaQuoit Bandits
aliens who operate as outlaws in the Ottega system. They jumped Mako Spince during a smuggling run, and severrly injured him. (DE1, RD)

a planet. (RPG)

this was a common component used to create the names given to Cerean males. In general, male Cereans given an individual name, which is added to the names of their father and grandfather. Complete male names are arranged based on harmony and cadence, but the literal meanings are arranged to ensure proper descriptions. The name Nar indicated a dagger, sword, or weapon. (GCG)

Nar Bo Sholla
a planet in the Mid Rim, Nar Bo Sholla was infested with stone mites shortly before the Clone Wars, but the damage proved to be minimal before the mites were eradicated. (WBC, HNN5)

Nar Hekka
one of the many habitable planets in the Hutt sector of space. Located near a dim red star at the edge of the Y'toub System, Nar Hekka has very little indigenous life. However, due to the intervention of the Hutts, several plant and animal species have been imported to the world, resulting in a beautiful planet covered with gardens, parks, and arboretums. Much of the habitable area of the planet is covered by a transparent dome that alters the incoming red light and creates a blue sky tinged with violet. (TPS, THG)

Na'R Ji'Gek
this huge crater, also known as the Doomgate, was located on the eastern hemisphere of the palnet Goroth Prime. (GSE)

Nar Kreeta
this planet was controlled by the Mining Guild during the early years of the New Republic, although Hutt crimelords held sway over the underworld. Jaden Korr traveled to this world some ten years after the Battle of Endor, ostensibly to locate information on the Disciples of Ragnos. While there, he managed to free a group of elders who were being held prisoner by the Hutts. (JKA)

Nar Shadda
see Nar Shaddaa (RL)

Nar Shaddaa
this was Nal Hutta's spaceport moon, known for its vertically-built cities, experienced spaceship mechanics and its lawlessness. It was once the site of several mining installations, but over the centuries it became a center for smuggling operations. It was here that Han Solo supposedly learned the smuggler's trade as a youth. When the Hutts took over the moon, they began using it as a spaceport, and soon huge refueling spires and repair facilities reached up from the ground into orbit. Over time, the mass of the moon was increased 300 percent as construction continued unabated. There is no observable land mass left on Nar Shaddaa, since the spaceports have grown around the spires and now completely cover the planet. The moon was uninhabited during the time that the Evocii lived on Nal Hutta, although they called it Evocar. When the Hutts took over the planet, they relegated the Evocii to Nar Shaddaa. However, the Hutts used them as semi-free slaves on the moon, and the press of so many various species and technologies eventually mutated the Evocii. Nar Shaddaa is similar to its parent planet, having a day which lasts 87 standard hours, and a year which lasts 413 local days. It is tide-locked with Nal Hutta, and only shows one side to its planet. This results in a day which has two distinct periods of ligthness: one in which is is in full view of the sun, and one in which it obtains light reflected from Nal Hutta. This also results in two periods of night. When the Yuuzhan Vong began to make attacks on Hutt Space, Nar Shaddaa was considered a technological nightmare. After Nal Hutta was subjugated by the alien invaders, Nar Shaddaa was leveled by orbital strikes and eventually rebuilt into a world more suitable to the Yuuzhan Vong. (DE1, DESB, DE2, THG, ETM, RAG, SOT)

Nar Shaddaa Shipping
this transfer company maintained an office on Dravian Starport. (GMH)

Nar Shaddaan Wind Chimes
this form of chime is made from flattened sheets of metal, and they represent renewel in Hutt society. (CCG7)

this young girl was the eldest of Vedran Veb's grandchildren. (TOJC)

Nara Deega
this Bith Senator served on the New Republic's Defense Council. He filled the position vacated by Tig Peramis during the Yevethan Purge. (SOL)

Nara Parks
this profitable resort is owned by Galaxy Tours. (CSA)

this is the Yevethan term for midwife. The narada-ti attends to the various marasi assembled for impregnation by a male. (TT)

Narbuj Desilijic Preor
this Hutt crimelord once employed Stormtrooper X as a smuggler and mercenary. However, when a cache of spice and credits was found to be missing, Narbuj believed that Stormtrooper X was the thief. Narbuj posted a large bounty for the capture of Stormtrooper X. (GMR6)

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

Narcassan, Vyn
this dark-skinned man was a member of the Old Republic's Intelligence agency. He was one of the first members of the Intelligence agency to discover a highly-sensitive and well-shielded communications line inside the governmental offices on Coruscant, although he could not trace the line to any single individual. One of the agency's older agents, Narcassan was smart enough to engineer his own disappearance when Emperor Palpatine rose to power. No one ever found him. Myn Donos believed that Narcassan was, in fact, Shalla Nelprin's father, but this was never proven. (SOC, HNN5)

this multi-level form of prisoner interrogation involves the use of certain drugs (like skirtopanol) and torture to extract information electronically. There are four levels of narco-interrogation. Level Four is the lowest level of interrogation, and involves intense questioning with the use of large amounts of skirtopanol. Level One interrogations are extremely intense, and are designed to extract information that has been purposely buried or forgotten, and often uncovers certain genetic memories. (KT, SWJ7)

developed during the height of the New Order, this reddish mist of chemicals was sprayed on the body of an injured being to help speed their recovery. Unlike bacta, narco-mist was a combination of painkillers and hormones that allowed a body to heal faster, without the associated pain and discomfort. (MC21)

a highly-addictive form of spice which found widespread use in the Minos Cluster. (GG6)

Nard, Junix
this man was a bartender who worked on the planet Tatooine, some four millennia before the Battle of Yavin. He spent much of his free time playing pazaak at his cantina in Anchorhead. (KOTOR)

Nardah, Elth
this patient, fastidious Doctor was best-known for his work with the Karran race. A wizened old man, he worked for the Alliance Diplomatic Corps, hoping to negotiate a treaty between the Alliance and the Karran people, as well as discovering ways in which the Karrans could stand against the Empire's xenophobic laws. When he accepted Darryn Edalm's surrender and brought the Imperial governor to his base, the native Karrans accused Nardah of being a traitor and in league with the Empire. Tist, one of Nardah's friends among the Karrans, beat Nardah with his bare fists until he was dead. (SWJ1)

this Wookie was one of the many underlings who worked for the crimelord Vex, on the planet Cularin, during the last years of the Old Republic. Nardakka was often part of the convoy that was dispatched to make regular deliveries for Vex, piloting the transport to and from the exchange. During an exchange mission that turned out to be a trap set by Riboga's people, Nardakka unknowingly parked his transport on a thermal mine. The mine had a remote detonator wired into it, and was set off from a distance. The transport was destroyed, and Nardakka was killed in the blast. (LFCW)

meaning "dramatic", this was one of the most common names among Rodians, and was used for both males and females. These names generally described characteristics of historical individuals, and different Rodian clans used up to three names to describe an individual. (GCG)

Nardi Shodu
this Rodian female lived with her friend, Booton Piton, in the undercity of Coruscant during the years leading up to the Battle of Geonosis. (OWS, SWI75)

this Imperial Sector Governor was wanted by the Alliance for crimes against sentients. 4-LOM and Zuckuss accepted the bounty the Alliance placed on his head, and captured the Governor. This left the two hunters with an Imperial death warrant on their heads. Nardix was convicted by an Alliance, an embarrassment for the Empire at a time when the New Order was failing in its attempt to win over new worlds. 4-LOM and Zuckuss took the job in order to obtain the credits needed to finance the cost of new lungs for Zuckuss. (TBH)

this assistant of the Lady Tarkin was her personal bodyguard as well. He maintained a display of megonite in her offices, and kept track of her appointments. During the 13th Imperial Diplomatic Conclave on Phelarion, he caught Leia Organa trying to use Lady Tarkin's transmitter. He attempted to shot her, but one of his laser bolts struck the megonite display. Nardo was killed in the explosion, but Leia managed to escape. (CSWEA)

this Iktochi was one of Alexi Garyn's vigos, serving the Black Sun criminal organization during the years leading up to the Battle of Naboo. Narees was killed on Ralltiir, at Garyn's fortress, when Darth Maul was dispatched by Darth Sidious to eliminate any trace of evidence linking Hath Monchar to Sidious. Maul wiped out the Black Sun complex on Ralltiir, executing all the vigos and Garyn himself in order to ensure secrecy. (DM)

owner and pilot of the transport shuttle Moon Dash, she and her co-pilot Trebor were working toward retirement when they impacted an unknown object in orbit above Coruscant. As their ship came apart around them, Narek asked Terbor to marry her. He accepted as the Moon Dash exploded. (LO)

this was one of the most common male names among the Corellian population. (GMR9)

this was one of the most common female names among the Corellians. (GMR9)

this planet is located in Rayter Sector, and was the site of TransGalMeg Industries' corporate headquarters. Its climate varies greatly with lattitude, with equatorial deserts and polar ice caps. It is a low-tech world on which human life evolved normally, until the planet was discovered by the Empire three years before the Battle of Yavin. The planet was quickly industrialized and stripped of its natural resources. The Empire decided that the human population was not ready for entrance into the galactic community, and placed the planet under a provisional protectorate owned by TransGalMeg. TGM received ten years of full power over the planet's resources in return for managing the planet for the Empire. Because of their isolation, the humans of Narg are highly xenophobic. Narg's average day lasts 21 standard hours, and its year encompasses 431 local days. (TA)

Narg Starport
this is the main public starport on the planet Narg, located in the city of Grig. The starport supported a wide range of services, including a cultural information center, refresher services, a souvenir shop, and a logistical office which keeps track of all beings requesting to stay on the planet. (TA)

these large, feline predators were native to the planet Naboo. Young narglaths were abandoned at birth and left to fend for themselves, but they were able to hunt immediately after birth. Cubs often hunted in packs for protection from larger predators, until they could fend for themselves. They were remarkably adaptive creatures. Adults are stealthy hunters, although much of the hunting was done by the females. The males served as the protectors of their family prides. Generally solitary beasts, the narglatch would commingle during the mating season. A pregnant female always gave birth to two cubs, a male and a female. Each sex was distinguished by its skin, with the females having smooth skin while the males had fleshy spikes on their upper bodies. (GF, WSW)

Narglatch AirTech
this speeder manufacturer was noted for producing some of the fastest and most exotic airspeeders on the market, during the final years of the Old Republic. In addition to their speeder designs, Narglatch AirTech also produced a wide variety of upgrade and improvement kits, which allowed owners to "tweak out" their speeders. (SWDB)

this is the capital city of the planet Nigel IV, and is the site of the planet's primary spaceport. (TSK)

this crime lord was known for his incredible lack of sympathy. He once set up a group of freelance freighter captains by asking them to transport some Tirefin spice for him, then sent a group of pirates out to waylay them. He then forced them to pay for the spice they lost, effectively doubling his credits. (GMS)

this Rodian served as his planet's representative to the New Republic, during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. He bristled at the fact that Borsk Fey'lya supported the protection of the Mid Rim, including the Bothan world of Bothawui, while virtually sacrificing the Outer Rim to the Yuuzhan Vong in order to further protect the Core. Note that this character is also referred to as Navik in Balance Point. (BP)

meaning "bright", this was one of the most common names among Rodian males. These names generally described characteristics of historical individuals, and different Rodian clans used up to three names to describe an individual. (GCG)

Naris-bud Tea
a stimulating drink. (BTS)

Nariss Siv Loqesh
this Kerestian bounty hunter often traveled under the alias Andov Syn. As a bounty hunter, Loqesh was known to have posted a ninety-percent success rate, and worked for more than a decade before the Battle of Yavin. A full-body suit of armor obscured his appearance, making him exceptionally mysterious among even his fellow hunters. He was among the bounty hunters who were hired by Jabba the Hutt to hunt down Han Solo during the months leading up to the Battle of Yavin, and was later contracted by the Empire to hunt down Solo in the wake of the Battle of Hoth. He declined the Empire's offer, an action which earned him a considerable bounty on his own head for treason against the Empire. (SWG6)

this New Republic Mon Calamari MC80a cruiser was a veteran of New Republic military operations when it was assigned to intercepte Belindi Kalenda's Ugly starfighter when it arrived at Coruscant, following her discovery of rise of the Human League on Corellia. Captained by Genkal, it assisted in eliminating the last of the Khuiumin Survivors, and later assisted in the evacuation of the Thanta Zilbra system. (AS, CTD)

this razor-toothed ocean predator is native to the planet Rathalay. (SOL)

this was a common name among Quarren females. It referred to a small, affectionate fish that was kept as a pet by Quarren children. (GCG)

this small fish, native to the oceans of the planet Mon Calamari, was often kept as a pet by Quarren children. It was known for it affectionate nature. (GCG)

this Herglic was a native of Giju, and was a successful gambler and entrepreneur. He owned casinoes on several worlds, including Reaper's World and his most recent base of operations on the planet Emmer, and traveled the galaxy in his personal starship, the Elusive. It was rumored that Narloch had the backing and support of Jabba the Hutt. During the Galactic Civil War, a bounty was placed on his head for theft and fraud by Lord Haakon, following a sabacc match in which Narloch took nearly all of Haakon's wealth. He courier, Fellan, betrayed Narloch by providing evidence of his dealings with Jabba to the bounty hunters who were searching for him. However, Narloch managed to avoid capture for a long time. (ND)

Narloch's Casino
located on the planet Emmer, this casino was owned by the Herglic entrepreneur Narloch. It was built from the superstructure of an Imperial landing platform to better accommodate the walkers which were used to move about on the planet. (ND)

this was the first settlement to be established on the moon Rori, named for the Naboo man who founded it. The settlement grew slowly at first, since most Naboo were perfectly content to live on their homeworld. Over time, however, Narmle grew steadily until the population was decimated by an outbreak of brainworm rot some 200 years before the Battle of Naboo. (ROD, GQRG)

this man, a native of the planet Naboo and once the King of the planet, was known more for his restless attitude than his skills as a leader. He preferred to travel to far-flung planets, instead of remaining on Naboo to govern his people. For this reason, the Naboo Royal Advisory Council suggested that he relinquish the throne and become an ambassador for Naboo. Narmle agreed, but established the first permanent settlement on the moon Rori before leaving the system in his new role. The settlement was named Narmle, in his honor. When the city failed to attract many settlers, Narmle himself left Rori and headed into the Outer Rim, and was never seen again. (ROD, GQRG)

Narmle Memorial Rally
this swoop race was held annually on the moon of Rori, during the Galactic Civil War. (SWGAL)

manufacturers of avionics control systems for starfighters. (XW)

Narnee Bomu
this Rodian soldier was a member of the Bomu clan, and worked for Vago the Hutt during the early years of the New Order. (TF)

this was an alias assumed by Garik Loran, shortly after Wraith Squadron captured the Night Caller. Narol was the executive officer of the Night Caller, serving under Zurel Darillian. (WS)

this given name was common human males across the galaxy. (GCG)

see Narra (SWEGS)

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