[noo-klahyd, nyoo-] /ˈnu klaɪd, ˈnyu-/
an atomic species in which the atoms all have the same atomic number and mass number.
an individual atom in such a species.
a species of atom characterized by its atomic number and its mass number See also isotope
1947, from nucleus + -ide.
nuclide nu·clide (nōō’klīd’, nyōō’-)
A type of atom specified by its atomic number, atomic mass, and energy state, such as carbon 14.
nu·clid’ic (nōō-klĭd’ĭk, nyōō-) adj.
An atomic nucleus identified by its atomic element and its mass number. For example, a carbon-14 nuclide is the nucleus of a carbon atom, which has six protons, with mass number 14 (thus having eight neutrons). See also isotope.
/ˈnʌdɪ/ noun 1. (informal, mainly Brit & Austral) in the nuddy, in the nude; naked
[nood, nyood] /nud, nyud/ Usage alert See . adjective, nuder, nudest. 1. naked or unclothed, as a person or the body. 2. without the usual coverings, furnishings, etc.; bare: a nude stretch of land laid waste by brush fires. 3. (of a photograph, painting, statue, etc.) being or prominently displaying a representation of the nude […]
noun 1. a painting (1912) by Marcel Duchamp.
noun 1. a virtually hairless mutant laboratory-bred mouse having a major immune system deficiency caused by a lack of T cells, and able to accept grafts of foreign tissue.