[nik-suh n] /ˈnɪk sən/
[mil-hous] /ˈmɪl haʊs/ (Show IPA), 1913–94, 37th president of the U.S., 1969–74 (resigned).
his wife, Thelma Catherine Ryan (“Pat”) 1912–93, U.S. First Lady 1969–74.
Richard M(ilhous). 1913–94, US Republican politician; 37th president from 1969 until he resigned over the Watergate scandal in 1974
surname, variant of Nickson, literally “son of (a man named) Nick, English familiar form of Nicholas.
- Nix on
verb phrase To forbid •Used only as an imperative: Nix on the hurry talk/ Nix on swiping anything (1902+)
noun 1. the policy declared by President Nixon in 1969 that the U.S. would supply arms but not military forces to its allies in Asia and elsewhere.
- Nix sign
noun phrase : A local cafe sells a T-shirt showing a howling coyote in a circle with a slash through it—the international nix sign (1990s+)
[nee-yuh-muh] /ˈni yə mə/ noun, Yoga. 1. one of five observances, composing one of the eight practices, or angas, which are cleanliness of mind and body, equanimity, temperance or tapas, self-appraisal, and attentiveness to God, who is conceived of as a completely free spirit. noun in yoga, one of the eight limbs of Patanjali’s Yoga […]