[nee-zeez] /ˈni ziz/
play kneesies, Informal. to rub knees with another person, especially surreptitiously and in an amorous or sexually provocative manner, as while seated at a table.
Clandestine amorous friction of the knees: We got back to the table and played kneesies while we talked
[1951+; modeled on footsie]
[nee-slap-er] /ˈniˌslæp ər/ noun, Informal. 1. a joke evoking boisterous hilarity. noun an extremely funny joke noun Something very funny, esp a joke; boffola: That’s a knee-slapper/ If she ever told a kneeslapper, I wasn’t there (1966+)
[nee-soks] /ˈniˌsɒks/ plural noun 1. socks reaching to just below the knees.
- Knee spavin
noun 1. (vet science) chronic inflammation of the carpal joint of a horse
[nee-spruhng] /ˈniˌsprʌŋ/ adjective, Veterinary Pathology. 1. (of a horse, mule, etc.) having a forward bowing of the knee caused by shortening of the flexor tendons.