[ni-fair-ee-uh s] /nɪˈfɛər i əs/
extremely wicked or villainous; iniquitous:
a nefarious plot.
evil; wicked; sinful
c.1600, from Latin nefarius “wicked, abominable, impious,” from nefas “crime, wrong, impiety,” from ne- “not” (see un-) + fas “right, lawful, divinely spoken,” related to fari “to speak” (see fame (n.)). Related: Nefariously.
[ney-fer-tem] /ˌneɪ fərˈtɛm/ noun, Egyptian Religion. 1. Ptah, as the personification of the lotus that keeps Ra alive with its fragrance.
[nef-er-tee-tee] /ˌnɛf ərˈti ti/ noun 1. fl. early 14th century b.c., Egyptian queen: wife of Amenhotep IV. /ˌnɛfəˈtiːtɪ/ noun 1. 14th century bc, Egyptian queen; wife of Akhenaton
[nuh-food] /nəˈfud/ noun 1. a desert in N Saudi Arabia: areas of reddish sand. About 50,000 sq. mi. (129,500 sq. km).
[neg] /nɛg/ noun, Informal. 1. a photographic negative. 1. . 2. . abbreviation (in transformational grammar) 1. negative abbreviation 1. negative(ly) verb To reject; turn down: I was negged from Princeton but accepted at Yale (1980s+ Teenagers) 1. negative 2. negotiable