[neev, neef] /niv, nif/
Archaic Northern British and Scot. Dialect. a clenched or closed hand; fist.
a frequent misspelling of .
(Scot & Northern English, dialect) the closed hand; fist
“clenched fist” (northern and Scottish dialect), c.1300, from Old Norse hnefi (cf. Norwegian dialectal neve, Swedish näfve, Danish næve), not found in other Germanic languages.
[nye-vruh] /ˈnyɛ vrə/ noun 1. a department in central France. 2659 sq. mi. (6885 sq. km). Capital: Nevers. /French njɛvrə/ noun 1. a department of central France, in Burgundy region. Capital: Nevers. Pop: 222 298 (2003 est). Area: 6888 sq km (2686 sq miles)
/naɪf; ˈnaɪfɪ/ noun 1. the earth’s core, thought to be composed of nickel and iron
/naɪˈfɛdɪpiːn/ noun 1. (med) a calcium-channel blocker used in the treatment of hypertension, angina pectoris, and heart failure nifedipine ni·fed·i·pine (nī-fěd’ə-pēn’) n. A coronary vasodilator and calcium-channel blocking agent that reduces calcium ions available to heart and smooth muscle, used in the treatment of angina pectoris.
/nɪf/ noun 1. a bad smell verb (intransitive) 2. to smell badly; stink