Noble may refer to:

  • Nobility, a hereditary caste
  • Noble gas, chemical elements in group 18 (old-style Group 0) of the periodic table
  • Noble metal, metals that are resistant to corrosion or oxidation
  • Noble polyhedron, polyhedra which are isohedral (face-transitive) and isogonal (vertex-transitive)
  • Noble (English coin), a medieval gold coin
  • Noble (Manx coin), a platinum bullion coin
  • Noble and Greenough School, a private boarding and day school in Massachusetts
  • Noble (album), the debut album of Versailles

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Famous quotes containing the word noble:

    War was then no longer this noble and unified outburst of souls in love with glory that he had imagined from Napoleon’s proclamations.
    Stendhal [Marie Henri Beyle] (1783–1842)

    Upon Saint Crispin’s day
    Fought was this noble fray,
    Which fame did not delay
    To England to carry.
    On when shall Englishmen
    With such acts fill a pen,
    Or England breed again
    Such a King Harry?
    Michael Drayton (1563–1631)

    “Peter is poor,” said noble Paul,
    “And I have always been his friend:
    And, though my means to give are small,
    At least I can afford to lend.
    How few, in this cold age of greed,
    Do good, except on selfish grounds!
    But I can feel for Peter’s need,
    Lewis Carroll [Charles Lutwidge Dodgson] (1832–1898)