[neer-ee-uh s, neer-yoos] /ˈnɪər i əs, ˈnɪər yus/
noun, Classical Mythology.
a sea god, the son of Pontus and Gaea and father of the Nereids.
(Greek myth) a sea god who lived in the depths of the sea with his wife Doris and their daughters the Nereides
a Christian at Rome to whom Paul sent his salutation (Rom. 16:15).
[nair-gahl] /ˈnɛər gɑl/ noun 1. (in Akkadian mythology) the god ruling, with Ereshkigal, the world of the dead. the great dog; that is, lion, one of the chief gods of the Assyrians and Babylonians (2 Kings 17:30), the god of war and hunting. He is connected with Cutha as its tutelary deity.
[nurf] /nɜrf/ Trademark. 1. the brand name of various toys modeled especially on sports equipment but made of foam rubber or other soft substances. verb (used with object) 2. (lowercase) Slang. (in a video game) to reconfigure (an existing character or weapon), making it less powerful: The game development team nerfed several guns in the […]
Nergal, protect the king! (1.) One of the “princes of the king of Babylon who accompanied him in his last expedition against Jerusalem” (Jer. 39:3, 13). (2.) Another of the “princes,” who bore the title of “Rabmag.” He was one of those who were sent to release Jeremiah from prison (Jer. 39:13) by “the captain […]
[nair-ee; Italian ne-ree] /ˈnɛər i; Italian ˈnɛ ri/ noun 1. Saint Philip (Filippo Neri) 1515–95, Italian priest: founder of Congregation of the Oratory. /ˈnɪərɪ/ noun 1. Saint Philip. Italian name Filippo de’ Neri. 1515–95, Italian priest; founder of the Congregation of the Oratory (1564). Feast day: May 26