[nip-i-gon] /ˈnɪp ɪˌgɒn/
Lake, a lake in SW Ontario, in S central Canada. About 1870 sq. mi. (4845 sq. km).
Lake Nipigon, a lake in central Canada, in NW Ontario, draining into Lake Superior via the Nipigon River. Area: 4843 sq km (1870 sq miles)
[nip-uh-sing] /ˈnɪp ə sɪŋ/ noun 1. a lake in SE Canada, in Ontario, N of Georgian Bay. 330 sq. mi. (855 sq. km). /ˈnɪpɪsɪŋ/ noun 1. Lake Nipissing, a lake in central Canada, in E Ontario between the Ottawa River and Georgian Bay. Area: 855 sq km (330 sq miles)
[nip-muhk] /ˈnɪp mʌk/ noun, plural Nipmucks (especially collectively) Nipmuck. 1. a member of an Algonquian Indian people living in the vicinity of Worcester, Mass.
[nip] /nɪp/ verb (used with object), nipped, nipping. 1. to squeeze or compress tightly between two surfaces or points; pinch; bite. 2. to take off by pinching, biting, or snipping (usually followed by off): He nipped off a piece of steak and gave it to the dog. 3. to check in growth or development. 4. […]
[nip-er] /ˈnɪp ər/ noun 1. a person or thing that nips. 2. Usually, nippers. a device for nipping, as pincers or forceps. 3. one of the two large claws of a crustacean. 4. Metalworking. (def 13). 5. nippers, Older Slang. . 6. Informal. 7. Nautical. a short rope for seizing an anchor cable to a […]