[nik-uh-lah-yuh f; Russian nyi-kuh-lah-yif] /ˌnɪk əˈlɑ yəf; Russian nyɪ kʌˈlɑ yɪf/
a city in S Ukraine, in the SW on the Bug River.
a city in S Ukraine on the Southern Bug about 64 km (40 miles) from the Black Sea: founded as a naval base in 1788; one of the leading Black Sea ports. Pop: 518 000 (2005 est) Former name Vernoleninsk
[nee-kawn; Russian nyee-kuh n] /ˈni kɔn; Russian ˈnyi kən/ noun 1. 1605–81, patriarch of Russian Orthodox Church 1652–66.
[ni-kaw-puh l; Russian nyee-kuh-puh l] /nɪˈkɔ pəl; Russian ˈnyi kə pəl/ noun 1. a city in SE Ukraine, on the Dnieper River.
[nil] /nɪl/ noun 1. nothing; naught; zero. adjective 2. having no value or existence: His credit rating is nil. [neel ahd-mee-rah-ree; English nil ad-mi-rair-ahy, -rair-ee] /ˈnil ˌɑd miˈrɑ ri; English ˈnɪl ˌæd mɪˈrɛər aɪ, -ˈrɛər i/ Latin. 1. to wonder at nothing. [neel des-pe-rahn-doo m; English nil des-puh-ran-duh m] /ˈnil ˌdɛs pɛˈrɑn dʊm; English ˈnɪl […]
programming A less common synonym for “nullary”, presumably following the more common monadic, dyadic, etc. The term was in use as early as 1976, and probably originated in APL. [APL: An Interactive Approach, 1976]. (2001-01-27)