[neet-nik] /ˈnit nɪk/
a person who is extremely neat about surroundings, appearance, etc.
“excessively tidy person,” 1959, from neat (adj.) with a punning play on beatnik.
A neat or tidy person, as distinct from a ”beatnik” (1959+)
[nee-toh] /ˈni toʊ/ adjective, Slang. 1. 1 (def 5). adj. by 1968, American English teenager slang variant of neat (adj.) in its slang sense. adjective neat: with nothing to his name but a variety of neat-o consumer electronics (1968+ Teenagers)
[neb] /nɛb/ noun, Scot. 1. a bill or beak, as of a bird. 2. the nose, especially of an animal. 3. the tip or pointed end of anything. 4. the nib of a pen. 5. Obsolete. a person’s mouth. 1. . /nɛb/ noun (archaic or dialect) 1. (mainly Scot & Northern English) the peak of […]
height. (1.) Ishmael’s eldest son (Gen. 25:13), and the prince of an Israelitish tribe (16). He had a sister, Mahalath, who was one of Esau’s wives (Gen. 28:9; 36:3). (2.) The name of the Ishmaelite tribe descended from the above (Gen. 25:13,18). The “rams of Nebaioth” (Isa. 60:7) are the gifts which these wandering tribes […]
wickedness in secret, (Neh. 11:34), probably the village of Beit Nebala, about 4 miles north of Lydda.