National Institutes of Health Electronic Computer Store


Read Also:

  • Nihil

    [out kahy-sahr out ni-hil; English awt see-zer awt nahy-hil] /aʊt ˈkaɪ sɑr aʊt ˈnɪ hɪl; English ɔt ˈsi zər ɔt ˈnaɪ hɪl/ Latin. 1. either a Caesar or nothing; all or nothing. [wohks et prahy-te-re-ah ni-hil; English voks et pri-teer-ee-uh nahy-hil] /ˈwoʊks ɛt praɪˈtɛ rɛˌɑ ˈnɪ hɪl; English ˈvɒks ɛt prɪˈtɪər i ə ˈnaɪ hɪl/ […]

  • Nihilist

    [nahy-uh-liz-uh m, nee-] /ˈnaɪ əˌlɪz əm, ˈni-/ noun 1. total rejection of established laws and institutions. 2. anarchy, terrorism, or other revolutionary activity. 3. total and absolute destructiveness, especially toward the world at large and including oneself: the power-mad nihilism that marked Hitler’s last years. 4. Philosophy. 5. (sometimes initial capital letter) the principles of […]

  • Nihilistically

    [nahy-uh-lis-tik] /ˌnaɪ əˈlɪs tɪk/ adjective 1. of or believing in , or the total rejection of established laws and institutions: An exhibition of nihilistic art—now there’s an oxymoron! 2. embracing anarchy, terrorism, and destruction: nihilstic tactics learned in a terrorist bootcamp. 3. Philosophy. of or believing in an extreme form of skepticism; belief in nothingness.

  • Nihility

    [nahy-hil-i-tee, nee-] /naɪˈhɪl ɪ ti, ni-/ noun 1. nothingness; nonexistence. /naɪˈhɪlɪtɪ/ noun 1. the state or condition of being nothing; nothingness; nullity n. 1670s, from Medieval Latin nihilitas, from nihil “nothing at all” (see nil).

Disclaimer: Nihecs definition / meaning should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional. All content on this website is for informational purposes only.