[niks] /nɪks/ Slang.
1 (def 1).
(used as an exclamation, especially of warning):
Nix, the cops!
verb (used with object)
to veto; refuse to agree to; prohibit:
to nix the project.
another word for no1 (sense 1)
be careful! watch out!
a rejection or refusal
nothing at all
(transitive) to veto, deny, reject, or forbid (plans, suggestions, etc)
(German myth) a male water sprite, usually unfriendly to humans
“nothing, none,” 1789, from German nix, dialectal variant of nichts “nothing,” from Middle High German nihtes, from genitive of niht, nit “nothing,” from Old High German niwiht, from ni, ne “no” (see un-) + wiht “thing, creature” (cf. naught).
“cancel, refuse, forbid,” 1903, from nix (n.). Related: Nixed; nixing.
No: I asked her for one and she said nix (1909+)
To veto; reject: had been considering marriage but have apparently nixed the idea/ and he was afraid that might nix his CBS deal (1903+)
[fr German nichts, ”nothing”]
/ˈnɪksə/ noun 1. (Dublin, dialect) a spare-time job
[niks] /nɪks/ Slang. noun 1. . adverb 2. 1 (def 1). interjection 3. (used as an exclamation, especially of warning): Nix, the cops! verb (used with object) 4. to veto; refuse to agree to; prohibit: to nix the project. [niks] /nɪks/ noun, plural nixes. 1. (in Germanic folklore) a water spirit that draws its victims […]
[nik-see] /ˈnɪk si/ noun 1. a letter or parcel that is undeliverable by the post office because of a faulty or illegible address. [nik-see] /ˈnɪk si/ noun, German Folklore. 1. a female water spirit. /ˈnɪksɪ/ noun 1. (German myth) a female water sprite, usually unfriendly to humans n. “water fairy,” 1816 (introduced by Sir Walter […]
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/ˈnɪksɪ/ noun 1. (electronics) another name for digitron