Browse Alphabetically: Ni
Ni (interjection) : A interjection made popular by Monty Python.
We are the knights who say Ni!
Submitted by: jessica from Arkansas on Oct. 15, 2005 02:32
ni ni lankey (noun) : a small blanket that people sleep with to comfort them
I was so scared of the lightning I had to sleep with my ni ni lankey.
Submitted by: Giordanio Perez from Canada on Mar. 15, 2007 12:48
Niagra Falls on the Rocks
(noun) : a glass of ice water
Bartender, I'm a designated driver and cannot drink alcohol so would you pour me a "Nigra Falls on the Rocks" please. —Marvin J. Rosenthal, Crazynote Music Publishing Corp., Dec. 17, 1986
Submitted by: Marvin J. Rosenthal on Sep. 01, 2006 13:45
nibblicious (adjective) : having tasty bits
"The cake decorations were nibblicious." or "He was so nibblicious that I just had to bite his earlobe."
Submitted by: Casey Baker from Texas on May. 04, 2007 15:50
(adjective) : nosy
My nibby co-worker tried to find out my salary.
Submitted by: Cheryl Graham from Pennsylvania on Jan. 14, 2010 17:03
(adjective) : nosy or curious in an inappropriate way
I have never seen such a nibby child.
Submitted by: Jen from Indiana on May. 26, 2008 21:28
(verb) : act of being nibby,curious,sticking your nose into others business
"She is awful nibby."
Submitted by: john from Florida on Feb. 13, 2006 17:10
(adjective) : getting into other peoples buisness: acting as a nib nose or being a nib nose
Megan, don't be so nibby!!!!
Submitted by: Anonymous on Nov. 14, 2005 18:35
(noun) : the child of one's sibling : a nephew or niece
"Do you have any niblings?" "Yes, I have one niece and two nephews."
Submitted by: Anonymous on Nov. 06, 2014 13:57
(noun) : [modeled on sibling] : a niece or a nephew
Submitted by: Anonymous on May. 23, 2008 01:34
(noun) : A niece or nephew. [If brothers and sisters are siblings, nieces and nephews are niblings.]
I always get thank-you letters from my niblings.
Submitted by: Tom Gross from Wisconsin on Nov. 15, 2007 14:53
(noun) : A gender neutral term to refer to a niece or nephew; particularly useful when referring to both nieces and nephews in the plural form. Siblings' children.
I love being an aunt because I have the cutest niblings.
Submitted by: Amy Rodriguez from Texas on Jun. 17, 2007 23:33
(noun) : word used for both neices and nephews combined
My oldest sisters kids are my favorite niblings.
Submitted by: Branden from Utah on Feb. 06, 2007 17:01
(noun) : the child or children of your siblings; neice and/or nephew without regard to gender
I don't get to see them oftern, but it's always a treat to visit with my niblings.
Submitted by: Robin Annexstein from New York on Mar. 08, 2006 05:44
(noun) : A niece or nephew
I have four niblings - three nephews and a niece —Guardian'
Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 25, 2006 08:32
(noun) : a person's nieces and nephews
I took my niblings to the park.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Feb. 24, 2016 13:28
(noun) : Collective noun for nephews and nieces. The offspring of one's siblings.
Your niblings seem to be growing up quickly. —Paul Lench, Sunken Lines magazine, May 2005
Submitted by: Paul Lench from Pennsylvania on Apr. 04, 2006 12:27
(noun) : nieces and nephews
I have eight niblings from my three siblings.
Submitted by: Linda from Florida on Mar. 12, 2006 19:28
nicen (verb) : to make nice : to improve
I nicened up the house before the visitors arrived.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Jul. 29, 2011 10:33
nicomendous (adjective) : being nice to all; having some or little shades of anger
My science teacher is nicomendous to us kids in third period.
Submitted by: Sarah at carmel from Georgia Us on Mar. 13, 2007 08:36
niddy (noun) : a slang term for backside, often associated with a child's naked bottom.
Stop showing your niddy or move that niddy before I spank it. —Jeff Poole, 16/11/05
Submitted by: Jeff from Australia on Nov. 16, 2005 18:08