a historic county in N Scotland.
(until 1975) a county of NE Scotland, now part of Highland
[nahy-roh-bee] /naɪˈroʊ bi/ noun 1. a city in and the capital of Kenya, in the SW part. [ken-yuh, keen-] /ˈkɛn yə, ˈkin-/ noun 1. a republic in E Africa: member of the Commonwealth of Nations; formerly a British crown colony and protectorate. 223,478 sq. mi. (578,808 sq. km). Capital: Nairobi. 2. Mount, an extinct volcano […]
[ney-roo] /ˈneɪ ru/ noun, Economics. 1. the nonaccelerating inflation rate of unemployment: the lowest level of unemployment an economy can handle without causing inflation. /ˈnaɪruː/ noun acronym (economics) 1. non-accelerating inflation rate of unemployment: the rate of unemployment at which inflation is neither accelerating nor decelerating Also called natural rate of unemployment nonaccelerating inflation rate […]
[ney-smith] /ˈneɪ smɪθ/ noun 1. James, 1861–1939, U.S. physical-education teacher and originator of basketball, born in Canada. /ˈneɪsmɪθ/ noun 1. James. 1861–1939, Canadian sportsman and coach; inventor of basketball
[ney-suh ns] /ˈneɪ səns/ noun 1. a birth, an origination, or a growth, as that of a person, an organization, an idea, or a movement. n. “birth, origin,” late 15c., from Middle French naissance “birth, parentage, place of origin” (12c.), present participle of naître, from Gallo-Roman *nascere, from Latin nasci “be born” (see genus).