[nee-buh-loo ng-uh n-leet] /ˈni bəˌlʊŋ ənˌlit/
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.
a medieval High German heroic epic of unknown authorship based on German history and legend and written about 1200
German epic poem of 13c., literally “song of the Nibelungs,” a race of dwarves who lived in Norway and owned a hoard of gold and a magic ring, literally “children of the mist,” related to Old High German nebul “mist, darkness,” Old English nifol (see nebula).
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
[nib-lik] /ˈnɪb lɪk/ noun, Golf. 1. a club with an iron head, the face of which has the greatest slope of all the irons, for hitting the ball with maximum loft. /ˈnɪblɪk/ noun 1. (golf) (formerly) a club, a no. 9 iron, giving a great deal of lift n. golf club with a heavy head, […]
[nibz] /nɪbz/ noun 1. his/her nibs, Informal: Often Facetious. a person in authority, especially one who is demanding and tyrannical: His nibs wants fresh strawberries in December. [nib] /nɪb/ noun 1. the point of a pen, or either of its divisions. 2. a penpoint for insertion into a penholder. 3. a point of anything: a […]