[ney-huh m] /ˈneɪ həm/
a Minor Prophet of the 7th century b.c.
a book of the Bible bearing his name.
noun (Old Testament)
a Hebrew prophet of the 7th century bc
the book containing his oracles
consolation, the seventh of the so-called minor prophets, an Elkoshite. All we know of him is recorded in the book of his prophecies. He was probably a native of Galilee, and after the deportation of the ten tribes took up his residence in Jerusalem. Others think that Elkosh was the name of a place on the east bank of the Tigris, and that Nahum dwelt there.
abbreviation (in Britain) 1. nonaccidental injury
National Association of Intercollegiate Athletes
abbreviation 1. National Astronomy and Ionosphere Center (headquarters Cornell University, New York State) 1. National Aging Information Center 2. National Association of Insurance Commissioners
[ney-ad, -uh d, nahy-] /ˈneɪ æd, -əd, ˈnaɪ-/ noun, plural naiads, naiades [ney-uh-deez, nahy-] /ˈneɪ əˌdiz, ˈnaɪ-/ (Show IPA) 1. (sometimes initial capital letter) Classical Mythology. any of a class of nymphs presiding over rivers and springs. 2. the juvenile form of the dragonfly, damselfly, or mayfly. 3. a female swimmer, especially an expert one. […]