sensitive to the cold
timid or cowardly
“tender, delicate, weak,” now a Northern England dialect word, from Old English hnesce “soft in texture” (cognate with early modern Dutch nesch, Gothic hnasqus), of unknown origin.
language A parallel language loosely based on ML, developed at Carnegie Mellon University by the SCandAL project. NESL integrates parallel algorithms, functional languages and implementation techniques from the system’s community. Nested data parallelism offers concise code that is easy to understand and debug and suits irregular data structures such as trees, graphs or sparse matrices. […]
[nee-soh-sil-i-kit, -keyt, nes-oh-] /ˌni soʊˈsɪl ɪ kɪt, -ˌkeɪt, ˌnɛs oʊ-/ noun, Mineralogy. 1. any silicate, as olivine, in which the SiO 4 tetrahedra are not interlinked.
[nes] /nɛs/ noun 1. a headland; promontory; cape. 1. a native English suffix attached to adjectives and participles, forming abstract nouns denoting quality and state (and often, by extension, something exemplifying a quality or state): darkness; goodness; kindness; obligingness; preparedness. /nɛs/ noun 1. /nɛs/ noun 1. Loch Ness, a lake in NW Scotland, in the […]
[nes-uh l-rohd] /ˈnɛs əlˌroʊd/ noun 1. Count Karl Robert (Karl Vasilyevich) 1780–1862, Russian diplomat and statesman. [nes-uh l-rohd] /ˈnɛs əlˌroʊd/ noun 1. a mixture of preserved fruits, nuts, etc., used as a sauce or in pies, puddings, ice cream, or the like. /ˈnɛsəlˌrəʊd/ noun 1. a rich frozen pudding, made of chestnuts, eggs, cream, etc […]