Noy

• (v. t.) To annoy; to vex. • (n.) That which annoys. • (n.) That which annoys. • (v. t.) To annoy; to vex.
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Noy

Noy noun That which annoys. [ Obsolete] Piers Plowman.
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Noy

Noy transitive verb [ See Annoy .] To annoy; to vex. [ Obsolete or Prov. Eng.] Piers Plowman. « All that noyed his heavy spright.» Spenser.
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noy

a unit of perceived noisiness introduced by the American acoustics engineer K. D. Kryter in 1959. An observer uses the unit to described the noise levels he or she experiences as multiples of a standard level. The standard level, one noy, is defined to be the noisiness of a random noise signal within the frequency band from 910 to 1090 hertz at a s...
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NOy

acronym: total active nitrogen
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noy

unit of noisiness, equal to the noisiness of a one-third-octave band of noise centred on 1 kHz and having a sound pressure level of 40 dB
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