[rid-lee] /ˈrɪd li/
Nicholas, c1500–55, English bishop, reformer, and martyr.
a town in SE Pennsylvania, near Philadelphia.
Nicholas. ?1500–55, English bishop, who helped to revise the liturgy under Edward VI. He was burnt at the stake for refusing to disavow his Protestant beliefs when Mary I assumed the throne
- Nicholas V
noun 1. (Thomas Parentucelli) 1397?–1455, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1447–55. noun 1. original name Tommaso Parentucelli. 1397–1455, Italian ecclesiastic; pope (1447–55). He helped to found the Vatican Library
[nik-uh-luh s-vil, nik-luh s-] /ˈnɪk ə ləsˌvɪl, ˈnɪk ləs-/ noun 1. a town in central Kentucky.
[ni-kohl] /nɪˈkoʊl/ noun 1. a female given name.
[nik-uh lz] /ˈnɪk əlz/ noun 1. John, born 1940, U.S. novelist. 2. Mike (Michael Igor Peschkowsky) 1931–2014, U.S. stage and film director, born in Germany. /ˈnɪkəlz/ noun 1. Peter (Richard). born 1927, British dramatist, whose works include A Day in the Death of Joe Egg (1967), the musical Privates on Parade (1977), and Blue Murder […]