[nur-mee; Finnish noo r-mi] /ˈnɜr mi; Finnish ˈnʊər mɪ/
[pah-vaw yaw-hahn-nes] /ˈpɑ vɔ ˈyɔ hɑn nɛs/ (Show IPA), 1897–1973, Finnish athlete.
/ˈnɜːmɪ; Finnish ˈnurmi/
Paavo (ˈpɑːvɔ), known as The Flying Finn. 1897–1973, Finnish runner, winner of the 1500, 5000, and 10 000 metres’ races at the 1924 Olympic Games in Paris
[nyrn-berk] /ˈnürnˌbɛrk/ noun 1. German name of . /ˈnyrnbɛrk/ noun 1. the German name for Nuremberg
- Nurse a drink
Consume a drink slowly, especially in order to conserve it. For example, He nursed one drink for the whole evening. This idiom alludes to holding a glass very carefully, as one might a child. [ c. 1940 ]
- Nurse a grudge
Bear resentment for a long time, as in We don’t know why Karl looks so angry; I think he’s nursing a grudge against the family. This expression uses nurse in the sense of “foster a feeling,” a usage dating from the mid-1700s.
- Nurse anesthetist
nurse anesthetist n. A person who, after completing the basic education of a nurse, is further trained in the supervised administration of anesthetics.