[nee-sahn, nis-uh n, nee-sahn] /ˈni sɑn, ˈnɪs ən, niˈsɑn/
the seventh month of the Jewish calendar.
(in the Jewish calendar) the first month of the year according to biblical reckoning and the seventh month of the civil year, usually falling within March and April
month of flowers, (Neh. 2:1) the first month of the Jewish sacred year. (See ABIB.) Assyrian nisannu, “beginning.”
[nee-sey, nee-sey] /ˈni seɪ, niˈseɪ/ noun, plural Nisei. 1. a person of Japanese descent, born and educated in the U.S. or Canada. /ˈniːseɪ/ noun 1. a native-born citizen of the United States or Canada whose parents were Japanese immigrants n. “American born of Japanese parents,” from Japanese ni- “second” + sei “generation.” Use limited to […]
/ˈnɪsɡʌl/ noun 1. (Midland English, dialect) the smallest and weakest bird in a brood of chickens
[neesh] /niʃ/ noun 1. a city in SE Serbia: a former capital of Serbia. /nɪʃ/ noun 1. (Northern English, dialect) nothing /niːʃ/ noun 1. an industrial town in Serbia, in the SE: situated on routes between central Europe and the Aegean. Pop: 203 670 (2002) 1. Naval Investigative Service 2. network information service 3. Newly […]
[nee-shah-poo r] /ˌni ʃɑˈpʊər/ noun 1. a town in NE Iran: the birthplace of Omar Khayyám. /ˌniːʃɑːˈpʊə/ noun 1. a town in NE Iran, at an altitude of 1195 m (3920 ft): birthplace and burial place of Omar Khayyám. Pop: 208 000 (2005 est)