[nuh-rahy-nee] /nəˈraɪ ni/
any of several bulbous plants belonging to the genus Nerine, of the amaryllis family, native to southern Africa, having funnel-shaped red, pink, or white flowers.
any plant of the bulbous S. African genus Nerine, related to the amaryllis; several species are grown as garden or pot plants for their beautiful pink, orange, red, or white flowers. N. sarniensis is the pink-flowered Guernsey lily: family Amaryllidaceae
[nuh-rit-ik] /nəˈrɪt ɪk/ adjective 1. of or relating to the region of water lying directly above the sublittoral zone of the sea bottom. /nɛˈrɪtɪk/ adjective 1. of or formed in the region of shallow seas near a coastline adj. 1891, from German neritisch (Haeckel, 1890), perhaps from Nerita, a genus of molluscs. neritic (nə-rĭt’ĭk) Relating […]
- Neritic zone
noun the shallow waters of the ocean from the littoral zone to the edge of the continental shelf; also, the shallow waters of a lake that border the land
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[nairnst, nurnst; German nernst] /nɛərnst, nɜrnst; German nɛrnst/ noun 1. Walther Herman [vahl-tuh r her-mahn] /ˈvɑl tər ˈhɛr mɑn/ (Show IPA), 1864–1941, German physicist and chemist: Nobel Prize in chemistry 1920. /German nɛrnst/ noun 1. Walther Hermann (ˈvaltər ˈhɛrman). 1864–1941, German physical chemist who formulated the third law of thermodynamics: Nobel prize for chemistry 1920