[neek-kaw; English nik-oh, nee-koh] /ˈnik kɔ; English ˈnɪk oʊ, ˈni koʊ/
a city on central Honshu, in central Japan: famous for shrines and temples.
a town in central Japan, on NE Honshu: a major pilgrimage centre, with a 4th-century Shinto shrine, a Buddhist temple (767), and the shrines and mausoleums of the Tokugawa shoguns. Pop: 17 527 (2002 est)
noun 1. a tall evergreen tree, Abies homolepis, native to mountainous areas of Japan, having dark-green needles and purple cones, cultivated as an ornamental.
[nee-kood] /niˈkud/ noun, plural nikkudim [nee-koo-deem] /ˌni kuˈdim/ (Show IPA) 1. any of the combinations of dots and lines sometimes placed above or below Hebrew consonant symbols to indicate the pronunciation of vowels accompanying and usually following the consonants; vowel point.
[nik-ee] /ˈnɪk i/ noun 1. a female given name, form of . 2. a male given name, form of .
Frame language. [“Recent Developments in NIKL”, T.R. Kaczmarek et al, Proc AAAI-86, 1986].