[nem-uh n, nyem‐, nee-muh n] /ˈnɛm ən, ˈnyɛm‐, ˈni mən/
a river rising in central Byelorussia (Belarus), flowing W through Lithuania into the Baltic. 582 miles (937 km) long.
a river in NE Europe, rising in Belarus and flowing northwest through Lithuania to the Baltic. Length: 937 km (582 miles) Polish name Niemen
1. variant of before a vowel or h: nematic.
[nem-uh-thee-shee-uh m, -see-uh m] /ˌnɛm əˈθi ʃi əm, -si əm/ noun, plural nemathecia [nem-uh-thee-shee-uh, -see-uh] /ˌnɛm əˈθi ʃi ə, -si ə/ (Show IPA) 1. a wartlike protuberance on the thallus of certain red algae, containing tetraspores, antheridia, or cystocarps.
[nem-uh-thel-minth] /ˌnɛm əˈθɛl mɪnθ/ noun 1. any worm of the phylum Nemathelminthes (now usually broken up into several phyla), including the nematodes and hairworms, having an elongated, unsegmented, cylindrical body. /ˌnɛməˈθɛlmɪnθ/ noun 1. any unsegmented worm of the group Nemathelminthes, including the nematodes, nematomorphs, and acanthocephalans
[ni-mat-ik] /nɪˈmæt ɪk/ adjective, Physical Chemistry. (of liquid crystals) 1. noting a mesomorphic state in which the arrangement of the molecules is linear. /nɪˈmætɪk/ adjective 1. (chem) (of a substance) existing in or having a mesomorphic state in which a linear orientation of the molecules causes anisotropic properties Compare smectic See also liquid crystal