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How do you build a Nave?

In order to build a nave, you would need to have columns or pillars  as well as walls that support the building. A nave is the main body  of a church building based on the R (MORE)

What is a nave in a church?

This is the part of the church where the people sit. It is called the 'nave' as the roof looks a little like an upturned boat - the latin for 'boat' being 'navis' from where (MORE)

What happens in the Nave?

It is the part of the church (facing west), which is usually used for services of reletively high importance or concerts. For example Sunday services, Christmas or weddings. F (MORE)
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What does nave mean?

Nave is a term used to describe part of a church sanctuary. It refers to the longest aisle, generally between the entrance doors and the altar. Most modern churches have their (MORE)

How do you use nave in a sentence?

For "nave", the sentence would be: "The procession, led by the Bishop, began a slow march up the aisle into the nave of the cathedral." or, if you meany "naive", it would be (MORE)
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What de nave?

This is the poo place in the toliet. People come to disregard jesus  and how he sucks. It is where they boo him. They often urinate on  his cross. It is called the nave

What is the meaning of a Nave?

The nave is the central aisle of a basilica type church or  the main body of a church (whether aisled or not) between its  western wall and its chancel (the part occupied by (MORE)