Definition of Nimbi

1. Noun. (rare) (plural of nimbus#English nimbus) ¹



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Definition of Nimbi

1. nimbus [n] - See also: nimbus

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nimbi

niloscope
nilotinib
nilpotent
nilpotents
nilradical
nilradicals
nils
nilsoliton
nilsolitons
nim
nim1 protein kinase
nim tree
nimaigeri
nimb
nimbed
nimbi (current term)
nimbier
nimbies
nimbiest
nimbiferous
nimbility
nimble
nimble-fingered
nimble Will
nimbleness
nimblenesses
nimbler
nimbless
nimblest
nimblewill

Literary usage of Nimbi

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1. In the Niger Country by Harold Bindloss (1898)
"DURING the latter portion of 1894 there was trouble between the nimbi tribe, ... The nimbi men were devil-worshippers and cannibals; but for all that they ..."

2. The Elementary Spelling Book: Being an Improvement on The American Spelling Book by Noah Webster (1908)
"It is amusing to see the nimbi squirrel spring from branch to branch, or run up and down the stem of a tree, and dart behind it to escape from sight Little ..."

3. The Child in Art, by Margaret Boyd Carpenter (1907)
"In the Louvre picture the nimbi are absent, and the pretty theory has been set forth that into the valley of the shadow of Death the Virgin has brought the ..."

4. The Flag-ship: Or, A Voyage Around the World in the United States Frigate by Fitch Waterman Taylor (1840)
"... when driving with nearing approaches over the waters—or the heavy gathering of the dark nimbi-clouds around the whole horizon, telling the wary sailor ..."

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