[ni-zhin-skee, -jin-; Russian nyi-zhin-skyee] /nɪˈʒɪn ski, -ˈdʒɪn-; Russian nyɪˈʒɪn skyi/
Vaslav or Waslaw
[vah-sluh f] /ˈvɑ sləf/ (Show IPA), 1890–1950, Russian ballet dancer and choreographer.
Waslaw or Vaslaw (vatsˈlaf). 1890–1950, Russian ballet dancer and choreographer, who was associated with Diaghilev. His creations include settings of Stravinsky’s Petrushka and The Rite of Spring
[nahy-mey-guh n; Dutch nahy-mey-khuh n, -khuh] /ˈnaɪ meɪ gən; Dutch ˈnaɪ meɪ xən, -xə/ noun 1. a city in the E Netherlands, on the Waal River: peace treaty 1678. /ˈnaɪˌmeɪɡən; Dutch ˈnɛimeːxə/ noun 1. an industrial town in the E Netherlands, in Gelderland province on the Waal River: the oldest town in the country; scene […]
1. a suffix of nouns that refer, usually derogatorily, to persons who support or are concerned or associated with a particular political cause or group, cultural attitude, or the like: beatnik, filmnik; no-goodnik; peacenik. suffix 1. denoting a person associated with a specified state, belief, or quality: beatnik, refusenik as in beatnik, etc., suffix used […]
/nɪˈkɛərɪə; naɪ-/ noun 1. another name for Icaria
[nahyt-hawk] /ˈnaɪtˌhɔk/ noun 1. any of several longwinged, American goatsuckers of the genus Chordeiles, related to the whippoorwill, especially C. minor, having variegated black, white, and buff plumage. 2. the European goatsucker or nightjar, Caprimulgus europaeus. 3. Informal. a person who is habitually up or moving about late at ; . /ˈnaɪtˌhɔːk/ noun 1. Also […]