[nin-ee-ham-er] /ˈnɪn iˌhæm ər/
a fool or simpleton; .
(US & Canadian) a ninny
also ninny-hammer, “simpleton,” 1590s, from ninny + hammer (n.), but the signification of the second element is obscure.
A fool or stupid person (1676+)
[nee-nyaw; English neen-yoh] /ˈni nyɔ; English ˈnin yoʊ/ noun, plural niños [nee-nyaws; English neen-yohz] /ˈni nyɔs; English ˈnin yoʊz/ (Show IPA). Spanish. 1. boy; child. [el neen-yoh; Spanish el nee-nyaw] /ɛl ˈnin yoʊ; Spanish ɛl ˈni nyɔ/ noun 1. a warm ocean current of variable intensity that develops after late December along the coast of […]
[nee-non; French nee-nawn] /ˈni nɒn; French niˈnɔ̃/ noun 1. a sturdy chiffon or voile constructed in either plain or novelty weaves and generally used in the manufacture of women’s garments, curtains, and drapery. /ˈniːnɒn; ˈnaɪnɒn; French ninɔ̃/ noun 1. a fine strong silky fabric
- Nino rota
[raw-tah] /ˈrɔ tɑ/ noun 1. Nino [nee-naw] /ˈni nɔ/ (Show IPA), 1911–1979, Italian composer. /ˈrəʊtə/ noun 1. (mainly Brit) a register of names showing the order in which people take their turn to perform certain duties /ˈrəʊtə/ noun 1. (RC Church) the supreme ecclesiastical tribunal for judging cases brought before the Holy See
[nee-nyaw; English neen-yoh] /ˈni nyɔ; English ˈnin yoʊ/ noun, plural niños [nee-nyaws; English neen-yohz] /ˈni nyɔs; English ˈnin yoʊz/ (Show IPA). Spanish. 1. boy; child. Niño (nēn’yō) See El Niño.