a city in and the capital of Gard, in S France: Roman ruins.
a department in S France. 2271 sq. mi. (5882 sq. km).
a department of S France, in Languedoc-Roussillon region. Capital: Nîmes. Pop: 648 522 (2003 est). Area: 5881 sq km (2294 sq miles)
a city in S France: Roman remains including an amphitheatre and the Pont du Gard aqueduct. Pop: 133 424 (1999)
1. National Institute of Mental Health. nickel-metal hydride [battery] National Institute of Mental Health
[ni-mahy-i-tee] /nɪˈmaɪ ɪ ti/ noun, plural nimieties. 1. excess; overabundance: nimiety of mere niceties in conversation. 2. an instance of this. /nɪˈmaɪɪtɪ/ noun (pl) -ties 1. a rare word for excess n. “excess, redundancy,” from Latin nimietas “excessiveness,” from nimius “beyond measure, excessive,” from nimis (adv.) “too much, beyond measure, excessively.”
[nim-uh-nee-pim-uh-nee] /ˈnɪm ə niˈpɪm ə ni/ adjective 1. affectedly delicate or refined; mincing; effeminate: A niminy-piminy shyness makes frankness impossible. /ˈnɪmɪnɪˈpɪmɪnɪ/ adjective 1. excessively refined; prim
[nim-its] /ˈnɪm ɪts/ noun 1. Chester William, 1885–1966, U.S. admiral. /ˈnɪmɪts/ noun 1. Chester William. 1885–1966, US admiral; commander in chief of the US Pacific fleet in World War II (1941–45)