[nee-swahz; French nee-swaz] /niˈswɑz; French niˈswaz/
in the style of Nice, France.
garnished or prepared with tomatoes, and often anchovies, black olives, capers, etc.:
garnished with anchovies, capers, olives, and tomatoes; pertaining to a dish garnished with these, as salade Niçoise
from having been created in Nice, France
See à la niçoise
noun 1. a small variety of olive with a rich, nutty flavor.
[nik-uh-lahy; German nee-koh-lah-ee] /ˈnɪk əˌlaɪ; German ˌni koʊˈlɑ i/ noun 1. (Carl) Otto (Ehrenfried) [kahrl awt-oh ey-ruh n-freet] /kɑrl ˈɔt oʊ ˈeɪ rənˌfrit/ (Show IPA), 1810–49, German composer. /German nikoˈlaɪ/ noun 1. Carl Otto Ehrenfried (karl ˈɔto ˈeːrənfriːt). 1810–49, German composer: noted for his opera The Merry Wives of Windsor (1849)
The church at Ephesus (Rev. 2:6) is commended for hating the “deeds” of the Nicolaitanes, and the church of Pergamos is blamed for having them who hold their “doctrines” (15). They were seemingly a class of professing Christians, who sought to introduce into the church a false freedom or licentiousness, thus abusing Paul’s doctrine of […]
the victory of the people, a proselyte of Antioch, one of the seven deacons (Acts 6:5).