[nahy-loh-suh-har-uh n, -hair-, -hahr-] /ˌnaɪ loʊ səˈhær ən, -ˈhɛər-, -ˈhɑr-/
a family of African languages, including the Central and Eastern Sudanic groups as well as Kanuri, Songhai, and other languages, spoken from the Sahara southward to the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Tanzania.
a family of languages of Africa, spoken chiefly by Nilotic peoples in a region extending from the Sahara to Kenya and Tanzania, including the Chari-Nile, Saharan, Songhai, and other branches. Classification is complicated by the fact that many languages spoken in this region belong to the unrelated Afro-Asiatic, Kordofanian, and Niger-Congo families
relating to or belonging to this family of languages
[nahy-loh-tee] /naɪˈloʊ ti/ noun, plural Nilotes (especially collectively) Nilote. 1. a member of any of several indigenous black peoples of the Sudan and eastern Africa.
[nahy-lot-ik] /naɪˈlɒt ɪk/ adjective 1. of or relating to the River or the inhabitants of the region. 2. of or relating to the Nilotic group of languages. noun 3. a group of languages belonging to the Eastern Sudanic branch of Nilo-Saharan, and including Dinka, Luo, Masai, and Nandi. /naɪˈlɒtɪk/ adjective 1. of or relating to […]
noun 1. . noun 1. the common African crocodile, Crocodylus niloticus, sometimes growing to a length of 20 feet (6.1 meter): in some areas it is greatly reduced in number and now rare.
[nil-poht-nt] /nɪlˈpoʊt nt/ adjective, Mathematics. 1. equal to zero when raised to a certain power.