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Nigel

[nahy-juh l] /ˈnaɪ dʒəl/
noun
1.
a male given name, form of Neil.
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  • "I would I had your eyes," said Sir Nigel, blinking at the pirate galleys.

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  • "Let them be supplied with all that is heavy and weighty in the ship," said Sir Nigel.

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  • "Raise two more mantlets by the poop-lanthorn," said Sir Nigel quietly.

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  • Sir Oliver and Sir Nigel stood erect with hands crossed in front of the poop.

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  • Sir Nigel shook his head and laughed softly to himself, "I see how it is with you," he said.

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Word Origin and History for Nigel

masc. proper name; see Neil.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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