nicker definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To neigh lightly.
  • noun:
    • Pound sterling.
    • A soft neighing sound attribute of a horse.
    • among the night brawlers of London formerly noted for breaking windows with halfpence.
    • The cutting lip which projects downward in the edge of a boring bit and cuts a circular groove in lumber to reduce size of the opening that is annoyed.
    • one of many night brawlers of London previously noted for breaking windows with half-pence.
    • The cutting lip which projects downward at side of a boring little bit and cuts a circular groove inside lumber to reduce measurements of the opening that's annoyed.
    • A demon of the water; a water-sprite; a nix or nixy.
    • person who or whatever nicks.
    • certainly one of a business of brawlers who during the early part of the eighteenth century roamed about London by night, amusing themselves with breaking people's house windows.
    • a type of marble for kids's play.
    • A neigh; in addition, a vulgar laugh.
    • the characteristic sounds made by a horse
  • verb:
    • to create a soft neighing sound characteristic of a horse.
    • make a characteristic sound, of a horse
  • others:
    • To neigh.
    • To laugh with half-suppressed captures of sound; snigger.

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