[nool-lee-oo s fee-lee-oo s; English nuhl-ee-uh s fee-lee-uh s] /ˈnul liˌʊs ˈfi liˌʊs; English ˈnʌl i əs ˈfi li əs/
(especially in law) son of nobody; bastard.
[nool-lee-oo s yoo-ris; English nuhl-ee-uh s joo r-is] /ˈnul liˌʊs ˈyu rɪs; English ˈnʌl i əs ˈdʒʊər ɪs/ adjective, Latin. 1. (especially in old English law) of no legal force.
noun 1. a method of measurement using an electrical device, as a Wheatstone bridge, in which the quantity to be measured is balanced by an opposing known quantity that is varied until the resultant of the two is zero.
- Null modem
communications, hardware A cable, especially an EIA-232 cable, for connecting serial ports on two computers directly, rather than via modems. Since, according to the specification, both computers should transmit on pin three of their EIA-232 connectors and receive on pin two, a null modem cable needs to connect one computer’s pin two to the other’s […]
[nuhl-oh] /ˈnʌl oʊ/ noun, plural nullos. 1. (in certain card games) a bid to take no tricks.