[nil] /nɪl/ Archaic.
verb (used without object), nilled, nilling.
to be unwilling:
will he, nill he.
verb (used with object), nilled, nilling.
to refuse or reject.
Old English nylle, nelle “to be unwilling,” from ne “no” (see no) + will (v.). Often paired with will; the construction in nill he, will he, once common, attested from c.1300, surviving principally in willy-nilly, which, however, reverses the usual Middle English word order. Latin expressed a similar idea in nolens volens.
/naɪˈlɒmɪtə/ noun 1. (archaic) a graduated pillar by which the rise and fall of the Nile can be measured
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[nahy-loh-suh-har-uh n, -hair-, -hahr-] /ˌnaɪ loʊ səˈhær ən, -ˈhɛər-, -ˈhɑr-/ noun 1. a family of African languages, including the Central and Eastern Sudanic groups as well as Kanuri, Songhai, and other languages, spoken from the Sahara southward to the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Tanzania. /ˌnaɪləʊsəˈhɑːrən/ noun 1. a family of languages of Africa, […]
[nahy-loh-tee] /naɪˈloʊ ti/ noun, plural Nilotes (especially collectively) Nilote. 1. a member of any of several indigenous black peoples of the Sudan and eastern Africa.