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Nicknamed

ˈnɪk.neɪm

Meanings of Nicknamed:

verb

Give a nickname to.

Usage examples:

An area nicknamed sniper's alley
noun

A familiar or humorous name given to a person or thing instead of or as well as the real name.

Usage examples:

Mallender's fair complexion gave rise to his nickname ‘ghost’

Meanings of Nicknamee:

noun

A person to whom a nickname is given.

Meanings of Nicknameless:

adjective

Having no nickname.

Meanings of Nicknamer:

noun

A person who nicknames another person or thing.

Meanings of Nicknames:

noun

A familiar or humorous name given to a person or thing instead of or as well as the real name.

Usage examples:

Mallender's fair complexion gave rise to his nickname ‘ghost’
verb

Give a nickname to.

Usage examples:

An area nicknamed sniper's alley

Nicknaming

ˈnɪk.neɪm

Meanings of Nicknaming:

verb

Give a nickname to.

Usage examples:

An area nicknamed sniper's alley
noun

A familiar or humorous name given to a person or thing instead of or as well as the real name.

Usage examples:

Mallender's fair complexion gave rise to his nickname ‘ghost’

Nicks

nɪk

Meanings of Nicks:

noun

Nothing, nothing at all; not any, none.

verb

A small cut or notch.

Usage examples:

A small nick on his wrist

Meanings of Nickum:

noun

A mischievous or troublesome person; a wag.

Meanings of Nicky:

noun

A small bundle of wood used for kindling.

Meanings of Nicobarese:

noun

A native or inhabitant of the nicobar islands.

Usage examples:

When we turned around, all the houses were gone,’ said matenga, an indigenous nicobarese.
adjective

Relating to the nicobar islands, their inhabitants, or their language.

Usage examples:

Officials on campbell bay island reported that a nicobarese local had been spotted on deserted pill…

Meanings of Nicodemite:

noun

A person who resembles nicodemus; a secret or timid adherent; specifically a protestant living in a catholic country in the 16th century who concealed his or her faith to escape persecution.

Meanings of Nicolaitanism:

noun

The beliefs and practices of the nicolaitan sect; libertinism; an instance of this. later: specifically the practice of clerical marriage.

Meanings of Nicotiana:

noun

An ornamental plant related to tobacco, with tubular flowers that are particularly fragrant at night.

Usage examples:

These include the dahlias and impatiens as well as roses, cyclamen, nicotiana, geum and the darkeni…

Meanings of Nicotinamide:

noun

A compound which is the form in which nicotinic acid often occurs in nature.

Usage examples:

Both nicotinic acid and nicotinamide can serve as the dietary source of vitamin b 3.

Meanings of Nicotine:

noun

A toxic colourless or yellowish oily liquid which is the chief active constituent of tobacco. it acts as a stimulant in small doses, but in larger amounts blocks the action of autonomic nerve and skeletal muscle cells.

Usage examples:

The nicotine in tobacco smoke causes both physical and psychological dependence.

Meanings of Nicotinean:

adjective

= nicotian .

Meanings of Nicotined:

adjective

Suffused with or affected by nicotine or tobacco smoke; stained with nicotine.

Nictate

nɪkˈteɪt

Meanings of Nictate:

verb

Blink.

Usage examples:

The lid of her left eye began to nictate

Meanings of Nictated:

verb

Blink.

Usage examples:

The lid of her left eye began to nictate

Nictates

nɪkˈteɪt

Meanings of Nictates:

verb

Blink.

Usage examples:

The lid of her left eye began to nictate

Nictating

nɪkˈteɪt

Meanings of Nictating:

verb

Blink.

Usage examples:

The lid of her left eye began to nictate

Nictation

nɪkˈteɪʃən

Meanings of Nictation:

noun

The action or process of blinking.

Usage examples:

Any conspicuous behavior indicating the existence of ophthalmic irritation due to the administered …

Meanings of Nictitant:

adjective

Adapted for winking or blinking; nictitating. also (occasionally): giving the appearance of winking or blinking.

Nictitate

nɪkˈteɪt

Meanings of Nictitate:

verb

Blink.

Usage examples:

The lid of her left eye began to nictate

Nictitated

nɪkˈteɪt

Meanings of Nictitated:

verb

Blink.

Usage examples:

The lid of her left eye began to nictate

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