[noh-lahy mee tan-juh-ree, noh-lee; Latin noh-lee me tahng-ge-re] /ˈnoʊ laɪ mi ˈtæn dʒə ri, ˈnoʊ li; Latin ˈnoʊ li mɛ ˈtɑŋ gɛˌrɛ/
a person or thing that must not be touched or interfered with.
a picture representing Jesus appearing to Mary Magdalene after his resurrection.
Also, noli-me-tangere. the touch-me-not.
a warning against interfering or against touching a person or thing
a work of art depicting Christ appearing to Mary Magdalene after His Resurrection
another name for touch-me-not
a cancerous ulcer affecting soft tissue and bone
late 14c., “type of facial ulcer, lupus,” Latin, literally “touch me not,” from noli, imperative of nolle “to be unwilling” + me (see me) + tangere “to touch” (see tangent). Used over the years of various persons or things that must not be touched, especially “picture of Jesus as he appeared to Mary Magdalene” (1670s, see John 20:17) and “plant of the genus Impatiens” (1560s, so called because the ripe seed pods burst when touched).
North of Little Italy (Manhattan neighborhood)
/ˈnɒləkɪnz/ noun 1. Joseph. 1737–1823, British neoclassical sculptor of portrait busts, tombs, and mythological subjects
[nol-ee pros-i-kwahy, -kwee] /ˈnɒl i ˈprɒs ɪˌkwaɪ, -ˌkwi/ noun, Law. 1. an entry made upon the records of a court when the plaintiff or prosecutor will proceed no further in a suit or action. Abbreviation: nol. pros. /ˈnɒlɪ ˈprɒsɪˌkwaɪ/ noun 1. (law) an entry made on the court record when the plaintiff in a civil […]
[noh-loh] /ˈnoʊ loʊ/ noun, plural nolos. Informal. 1. . noun See nolo contendere nolo contendere