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Niftily

ˈnɪf.təl.i

Meanings of Niftily:

adverb

In a good, enjoyable, or effective way

Usage examples:

The old cardboard tubes had rather niftily been reused to grow seedlings in., the winger niftily dr…

Meanings of Nifty:

adjective

Particularly good, skilful, or effective.

Usage examples:

Nifty footwork

Nigella

naɪˈdʒel.ə

Meanings of Nigella:

noun

A plant of a genus which includes love-in-a-mist.

Usage examples:

Great plants that reseed themselves include: nigella, sunflowers, cosmos, sweet alyssum, dill, corn…

Nigeria

naɪˈdʒɪə.ri.ə

Meanings of Nigeria:

proper noun

A country on the coast of west africa; population 182,200,000 (estimated 2015); languages, english (official), hausa, igbo, yoruba, and others; capital, abuja.

noun

A country in west africa .

Nigerian

nʌɪˈdʒɪəriən

Meanings of Nigerian:

adjective

Relating to nigeria or its people.

Usage examples:

Traditional nigerian clothing
noun

A native or inhabitant of nigeria, or a person of nigerian descent.

Usage examples:

All nigerians over the age of eighteen are eligible to vote

Nigerians

naɪˈdʒɪə.ri.ən

Meanings of Nigerians:

noun

A native or inhabitant of nigeria, or a person of nigerian descent.

Usage examples:

All nigerians over the age of eighteen are eligible to vote
adjective

Relating to nigeria or its people.

Usage examples:

Traditional nigerian clothing

Meanings of Niggard:

noun

A mean or ungenerous person; a miser.

Usage examples:

Tis open before your eyes… and he who owns it is not a niggard in its use.
adjective

Ungenerous; niggardly.

Meanings of Niggardly:

adjective

Ungenerous with money, time, etc.; mean.

Usage examples:

He accused the government of being unbelievably niggardly
adverb

In a mean or meagre manner.

Usage examples:

So, while i saw the guests sipping niggardly the punch in their short glasses, i helped myself to a…

Niggards

ˈnɪɡəd

Meanings of Niggards:

noun

A mean or ungenerous person; a miser.

Usage examples:

Tis open before your eyes… and he who owns it is not a niggard in its use.
adjective

Ungenerous; niggardly.

Meanings of Nigged:

adjective

Of stone: dressed roughly with a sharp-pointed hammer.

Nigger

ˈnɪɡ.ər

Meanings of Nigger:

noun

A contemptuous term for a black or dark-skinned person.

Niggers

ˈnɪɡ.ər

Meanings of Niggers:

noun

A contemptuous term for a black or dark-skinned person.

Meanings of Nigget:

noun

A small insect; specifically one used as a familiar by a witch, sorcerer, etc.

Niggle

ˈnɪɡ.əl

Meanings of Niggle:

verb

Cause slight but persistent annoyance, discomfort, or anxiety.

Usage examples:

Doreen wanted to discuss matters that niggled at her mind
noun

A trivial criticism, discomfort, or annoyance.

Usage examples:

It is an excellent book except for my few niggles

Meanings of Niggled:

verb

Cause slight but persistent annoyance, discomfort, or anxiety.

Usage examples:

Doreen wanted to discuss matters that niggled at her mind
noun

A trivial criticism, discomfort, or annoyance.

Usage examples:

It is an excellent book except for my few niggles

Meanings of Niggler:

noun

A person who niggles; especially a person who pays excessive attention to detail; a pedant.

Meanings of Nigglers:

noun

A person who niggles; especially a person who pays excessive attention to detail; a pedant.

Niggles

ˈnɪɡ(ə)l

Meanings of Niggles:

verb

Cause slight but persistent annoyance, discomfort, or anxiety.

Usage examples:

Doreen wanted to discuss matters that niggled at her mind
noun

A trivial criticism, discomfort, or annoyance.

Usage examples:

It is an excellent book except for my few niggles

Niggling

ˈnɪɡ.əl.ɪŋ

Meanings of Niggling:

adjective

Causing slight but persistent annoyance, discomfort, or anxiety.

Usage examples:

Niggling aches and pains
verb

Cause slight but persistent annoyance, discomfort, or anxiety.

Usage examples:

Doreen wanted to discuss matters that niggled at her mind

Meanings of Niggly:

adjective

Causing slight but persistent discomfort or anxiety.

Usage examples:

He has had a niggly injury which he is now over

Nigh

naɪ

Meanings of Nigh:

adverb

Almost.

Usage examples:

A car weighing nigh on two tons
preposition

At or to a short distance away from (a place).

Usage examples:

She wanders but seems to remain nigh the sea
adjective

Located a short distance away.

Usage examples:

The end is nigh

Meanings of Nighly:

adverb

Almost, nearly.

Meanings of Nighness:

noun

Nearness in place, neighbourhood, proximity; nearness in time.

Meanings of Nighnesses:

noun

Nearness in place, neighbourhood, proximity; nearness in time.

Meanings of Night:

noun

The period from sunset to sunrise in each twenty-four hours.

Usage examples:

A moonless night
adverb

Short for goodnight.

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