Mr. Beale begged of all likely foot-passengers, but he noted that the "nipper" no longer "stuck it on."
"Blessed if I ever see such a nipper," he said, over and over again.
Yet he licked my nipper, licked him good and square—and said nothing about it.
Mr. nipper, the boatswain, sir, the last shot has cut him in two.
Rest easy a spell, nipper, and I'll rest too, and listen how he does that.
You speak as if it were some one I knew, yet you wrote me that nipper Crewe died.
Presently she made her excuses to Mrs. nipper Donnan, all simmering with sympathy till she was round the corner.
An' don't fink that I was fergettin' the nipper—'cos I wasn't.
He is secretly calculating how they will cut up—jealous of nipper, who has it to do really every day.
Jim was gone for a sojer, it appeared, and nipper was sent over the water.
A small boy; lad •In British dialect, the youngest child of a family: warning that America's nippers are turning into microchip golem
[1859+; perhaps because he nips, ''moves quickly'']