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There are 18 words beginning with NUNC

NUNCHAKUnunchaku n. (martial arts) a weapon consisting of two sticks joined by a chain or cord.
nunchaku n. A similarly formed device, such as the Wii Nunchuk attachment.
NUNCHAKUSnunchakus n. plural of nunchaku.
NUNCHEONnuncheon n. (now dialectal, archaic) A drink or light snack taken in the afternoon; a refreshment between meals.
NUNCHEONSnuncheons n. plural of nuncheon.
NUNCIATUREnunciature n. The status or rank of a nuncio.
nunciature n. The building and staff of a nuncio; the equivalent of an embassy for the Holy See.
nunciature n. The term of service of a nuncio.
NUNCIATURESnunciatures n. plural of nunciature.
NUNCIOnuncio n. Ecclesiastic title of a permanent diplomatic representative of the Roman Catholic Church to a sovereign…
nuncio n. One who bears a message; a messenger.
nuncio n. (historical) Any member of any Sejm of the Kingdom of Poland, Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth, Galicia…
NUNCIOSnuncios n. plural of nuncio.
Nuncios prop.n. plural of Nuncio.
NUNCLEnuncle n. (archaic or dialectal) Uncle.
nuncle v. To blench; cheat; deceive.
NUNCLESnuncles n. plural of nuncle.
NUNCUPATEnuncupate v. (transitive) To dedicate.
nuncupate v. (transitive) To solemnly pronounce.
nuncupate v. (transitive, law) To declare, usually of a will, by word of mouth only.
NUNCUPATEDnuncupated v. simple past tense and past participle of nuncupate.
NUNCUPATESnuncupates v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of nuncupate.
NUNCUPATINGnuncupating v. present participle of nuncupate.
NUNCUPATIONnuncupation n. (obsolete) The act of nuncupating.
NUNCUPATIONSnuncupations n. plural of nuncupation.
NUNCUPATIVEnuncupative adj. Oral; not written.
nuncupative adj. (obsolete) Publicly or solemnly declaratory.
nuncupative adj. (obsolete) Nominal; existing only in name.
NUNCUPATORYnuncupatory adj. Nuncupative; oral rather than written.

Words in black are found in both the twl06 and the sowpods dictionaries; words in red are only in the sowpods dictionary.
Definitions are short excerpt from the WikWik.org.

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