[nee-soh-sil-i-kit, -keyt, nes-oh-] /ˌni soʊˈsɪl ɪ kɪt, -ˌkeɪt, ˌnɛs oʊ-/
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 […]
[nes] /nɛs/ noun 1. a headland; promontory; cape. /nɛs/ noun 1. /nɛs/ noun 1. Loch Ness, a lake in NW Scotland, in the Great Glen: said to be inhabited by an aquatic monster. Length: 36 km (22.5 miles). Depth: 229 m (754 ft) n. obsolete except in place names, Old English næs “a promontory,” related […]
[nes-ee] /ˈnɛs i/ noun, Informal. 1. . colloquial name of the “Loch Ness monster,” 1945. The loch is named for the river Ness, probably from an Old Celtic word meaning “roaring one.”