Naftathoughts: Lingering doubts about the economic and cultural benefits of the North American Free Trade Agreements.
Namenesia: Inexplicably forgetting the name of someone you know very well.
Nanachronym: Those instantly ubiquitous internet and texting abbreviations;
Narceclessia: A sleep disorder that afflicts modern Christians causing cultural detachment and irrelevance in times of grave societal danger; the church asleep in the light.
Nefariography: A biography of a notorious villain; the opposite of Hagiography.
Negalicious: Distasteful, nasty, and disgusting; the opposite of delicious and nutritious; American fast food.
Nehemiad: A bold declaration of encouragement, blessing, and optimism; the opposite of a woeful Jeremiad.
Nephitism: The bizarre historiographical and sociological claims of Mormonism that underlie its equally bizarre cultus.
Nerb: A noun misappropriated in a sentence as a verb.
Netnyet: A web search yielding only irrelevant and unrelated data; an information technology dead-end.
Newsertainment: The reduction of broadcast and cable television news to mere entertainment.