[neer-awl, -ol, ner-] /ˈnɪər ɔl, -ɒl, ˈnɛr-/
a colorless, liquid, unsaturated alcohol, C 1 0 H 1 8 O, an isomeric form of geraniol occurring in , used in perfumery.
[ner-uh-lee, neer-] /ˈnɛr ə li, ˈnɪər-/ noun 1. a brown essential oil derived from the flowers of the orange tree, Citrus aurantium, used in the manufacture of perfumes. /ˈnɪərəlɪ/ noun 1. a brown oil distilled from the flowers of various orange trees, esp the Seville orange: used in perfumery
[neer-oh-nahyz] /ˈnɪər oʊˌnaɪz/ verb (used with object), Neronized, Neronizing. 1. to characterize (a person) as resembling Nero. 2. to make depraved in the manner of Nero. 3. to rule over, tyrannize, or oppress in the manner of Nero.
[Sephardic Hebrew ner tah-meed; Ashkenazic Hebrew nair taw-mid; English nair tah-mid] /Sephardic Hebrew ˈnɛr tɑˈmid; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈnɛər tɔˈmɪd; English ˈnɛər ˈtɑ mɪd/ noun, Hebrew. 1. a lamp that is set above and in front of the Holy Ark in a synagogue and is kept burning constantly.
[nur-thuh s] /ˈnɜr θəs/ noun, German Mythology. 1. goddess of fertility, described by Tacitus in his Germania: later appeared in Scandinavian mythology as the god Njord.