NO (Heb. nō’ ’āmôn, the city of the god Amon). The great city and capital of Upper Egypt, lying on both sides of the Nile at the great semicircular curve of the river about 400 miles (667 km.) south of Cairo. Egypt’s capital as early as the eleventh century, its tremendous ruins at Luxor and Karnak are among the world’s wonders. Its fuller name was No Amon (Amon from a local god). KJV translates Nō’ ’āmôn in
NO. KJV form of Thebes.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)