A name given to many Celtic places from their being situated on a hill (dun
Nouan; a town of the Bituriges Cubi in Gallia Aquitanica.
Nevers; a town of the Aedui in Gallia Lugdunensis, at the confluence of the Niveris and the
Liger, afterwards called Nevirnum.
A town of the Suessones in Gallia Belgica, probably the same as Augusta Suessonum
Nion; a town of the Helvetii in Gallia Belgica, on the north bank of the Lacus Lemanus
(Lake of Geneva).