(South African) a tangerine
[nab] /næb/ verb (used with object), nabbed, nabbing. Informal. 1. to arrest or capture. 2. to catch or seize, especially suddenly. 3. to snatch or steal. 1. Also, N.A.B. National Association of Broadcasters. 2. . /næb/ verb (transitive) (informal) nabs, nabbing, nabbed 1. to arrest 2. to catch (someone) in wrongdoing 3. to seize suddenly; […]
1. Also, N.A.B. National Association of Broadcasters. 2. . /næb/ verb (transitive) (informal) nabs, nabbing, nabbed 1. to arrest 2. to catch (someone) in wrongdoing 3. to seize suddenly; snatch v. “to catch (someone),” 1680s, probably a variant of dialectal nap “to seize, catch, lay hold of” (1670s, now surviving only in kidnap), which possibly […]
[ney-buh l] /ˈneɪ bəl/ noun 1. a wealthy Calebite, husband of Abigail, who refused rightful tribute to King David for protecting Nabal’s flocks. I Sam. 25. foolish, a descendant of Caleb who dwelt at Maon (1 Sam. 25), the modern Main, 7 miles south-east of Hebron. He was “very great, and he had 3,000 sheep […]
[nab-uh-tee-uh] /ˌnæb əˈti ə/ noun 1. an ancient Arab kingdom of SW Asia, in the area of present-day Jordan, that became a Roman province in a.d. 106. Capital: Petra.
[nab-uh-tee-uh n] /ˌnæb əˈti ən/ noun 1. a subject of the ancient kingdom of . 2. the Aramaic dialect of the Nabataeans. adjective 3. of or relating to the Nabataeans, their kingdom, or their dialect. /ˌnæbəˈtiːən/ noun 1. a member of an Arab trading people who flourished southeast of Palestine, around Petra, in the Hellenistic […]