[nahyt-mair-ish] /ˈnaɪtˌmɛər ɪʃ/
resembling a , especially in being terrifying, exasperating, or the like:
his nightmarish experience in a concentration camp.
1834, from nightmare + -ish. Related: Nightmarishly; nightmarishness.
noun 1. .
[interjection nahyt-nahyt, -nahyt; adverb nahyt-nahyt] /interjection ˈnaɪtˈnaɪt, -ˌnaɪt; adverb ˈnaɪtˌnaɪt/ interjection 1. Informal. good night. Idioms 2. go night-night, Baby Talk. to go to bed or to sleep. sentence substitute 1. an informal word for good night nursery talk, “good-night,” 1896; form nighty-night is attested from 1876. interjection An amiable parting salutation at night (1896+)
- Night nurse
noun 1. a nurse whose duty is to look after a patient or patients during the night
noun, Ecclesiastical. 1. the office for matins.