appearing to have been nibbled; suitable for nibbling
snack; tidbit of food
We looked for nibblies at midnight.
[nee-buh-loo ng] /ˈni bəˌlʊŋ/ noun, plural Nibelungs, Nibelungen. Teutonic Legend. 1. any of a race of dwarfs who possessed a treasure captured by Siegfried. 2. the followers of Siegfried. /ˈniːbəˌlʊŋ/ noun (German myth) (pl) -lungs, -lungen (-ˌlʊŋən) 1. any of the race of dwarfs who possessed a treasure hoard stolen by Siegfried 2. one of […]
[nee-buh-loo ng-uh n-leet] /ˈni bəˌlʊŋ ənˌlit/ noun 1. a Middle High German epic of c1200, related to the Scandinavian Volsunga Saga and telling of the life of Siegfried, his marriage to Kriemhild, his wooing of Brunhild on behalf of Gunther, his murder by Hagen, and the revenge of Kriemhild. /ˈniːbəlʊŋənliːt/ noun 1. a medieval High […]
barker, the name of an idol, supposed to be an evil demon of the Zabians. It was set up in Samaria by the Avites (2 Kings 17:31), probably in the form of a dog.
noun a tiny piece of something, esp. food like corn kernels; morsel, shred