[nee-mee-uh] /ˈni mi ə/
a valley in SE Greece, in ancient Argolis.
of or relating to the valley of Nemea in ancient Greece or its inhabitants
(in ancient Greece) a valley in N Argolis in the NE Peloponnese; site of the Nemean Games, a Panhellenic festival and athletic competition held every other year
1580s, “pertaining to Nemea,” a wooded valley in Argolis, especially in reference to the lion there, said to have been killed by Herakles. The place name is from Greek nemos “grove.”
noun, (used with a plural verb) 1. one of the great national festivals of ancient Greece, held at Nemea in the second and fourth year of each Olympiad.
noun, Classical Mythology. 1. a powerful lion strangled by Hercules as one of his labors. noun 1. (Greek myth) an enormous lion that was strangled by Hercules as his first labour
[nem-uh-rawf, ‐rof] /ˈnɛm əˌrɔf, ‐ˌrɒf/ noun 1. Howard, 1920–91, U.S. poet, novelist, and essayist: U.S. poet laureate 1988–90.
[ni-mur-tee-uh n] /nɪˈmɜr ti ən/ noun 1. any member of the invertebrate phylum Nemertea, comprising the ribbon worms. /nɪˈmɜːtɪən/ noun 1. Also called ribbon worm. any soft flattened ribbon-like marine worm of the phylum (or class) Nemertea (or Nemertina), having an eversible threadlike proboscis adjective 2. of, relating to, or belonging to the Nemertea