Origin of -nik
Words nearby -nik
How to use -nik in a sentence
So, tell me Nik, how are you preparing mentally for this walk?
Nik Wallenda is set to be the first person to walk across the Grand Canyon on a tightrope.
But that no-fun-nik Rick Perry came out today against the idea.
Rhinichthys, rī-nik′this, n. a North American genus of cyprinoid fishes.
At the end of the room stood now a huge archaic Nik, with outstretched peplum and soaring wings.
He turned joyously, his young figure finely caught in the light of Elizabeth's lamp against the background of the Nik.
The wood fire glowed on the hearth, and its ruddy light was on the face of the Nik, and its solemn outstretched wings.
Splanchnic, splangk′nik, adj. relating to the viscera, intestinal.