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[neel sin-e noo-mi-ne; English nil sin-ee noo-mi-nee, nyoo-] /nil ˈsɪn ɛ ˈnu mɪ nɛ; English nɪl ˈsɪn i ˈnu mɪ ni, ˈnyu-/ Latin. 1. nothing without the divine will: motto of Colorado.
[nim] /nɪm/ verb (used with or without object), nimmed, nimming. Archaic. 1. to steal or pilfer. [nim] /nɪm/ noun 1. a game in which two players alternate in drawing counters, pennies, or the like, from a set of 12 arranged in three rows of 3, 4, and 5 counters, respectively, the object being to draw […]
[nim-buh s] /ˈnɪm bəs/ noun, plural nimbi [nim-buh bahy] /ˈnɪm bəbaɪ/ (Show IPA), nimbuses. 1. Classical Mythology. a shining cloud sometimes surrounding a deity when on earth. 2. a cloud, aura, atmosphere, etc., surrounding a person or thing: The candidate was encompassed with a nimbus of fame. 3. (def 1). 4. the type of dense […]
[nim-buh l] /ˈnɪm bəl/ adjective, nimbler, nimblest. 1. quick and light in movement; moving with ease; agile; active; rapid: nimble feet. 2. quick to understand, think, devise, etc.: a nimble mind. 3. cleverly contrived: a story with a nimble plot. /ˈnɪmbəl/ adjective 1. agile, quick, and neat in movement: nimble fingers 2. alert; acute: a […]