[noh-uh-kount] /ˈnoʊ əˌkaʊnt/ Informal.
worthless; good-for-nothing; trifling.
a worthless person; good-for-nothing.
a worthless person
“worthless,” 1845, American English, literally “of no account” (see account (n.)). The phrase of non acompte “of no value or importance” is from late 14c. Contracted form no’count is attested from 1853.
Worthless; untrustworthy; incorrigible: I’m a lazy no-account bum (1845+)
: A no-count that never did a right thing in his life
[noh-ey-kee-uh n] /noʊˈeɪ ki ən/ adjective 1. of or relating to the patriarch Noah or his time. /nəʊˈeɪkɪən/ adjective 1. (Old Testament) of or relating to the patriarch Noah
meeting with the Lord. (1.) A Levite who returned from Babylon (Ezra 8:33). (2.) A false prophetess who assisted Tobiah and Sanballat against the Jews (Neh. 6:14). Being bribed by them, she tried to stir up discontent among the inhabitants of Jerusalem, and so to embarrass Nehemiah in his great work of rebuilding the ruined […]
no observed adverse effect level
[noh-uh] /ˈnoʊ ə/ noun 1. the patriarch who built a ship (Noah’s Ark) in which he, his family, and animals of every species survived the Flood. Gen. 5–9. 2. a male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning “rest.”. /ˈnəʊə/ noun 1. (Austral) a shark /ˈnəʊə/ noun 1. (Old Testament) a Hebrew patriarch, who saved […]