[ nen-nee ]
/ ˈnɛn ni /
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Pie·tro [pye-traw], /ˈpyɛ trɔ/, 1891–1980, Italian socialist leader and author.
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Words nearby Nenni
Nemunas, Nen, nene, Nenets, N. Eng., Nenni, NEO, neoadjuvant, neoanthropic, neoarsphenamine, neo-Catholic
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How to use Nenni in a sentence
You mark me, Tom Hamon, no good will come of all this upsetting and digging out the insides of the Island—nenni-gia!A Maid of the Silver Sea|John Oxenham
Hence nenni came to mean ancient, primordial, indigenous, and as such it is a frequent prefix in the Delaware language.American Languages, and Why We Should Study Them|Daniel G. Brinton
"Nenni" (no), said the child, displaying a dimple in his cheek.Rose Charlitte|Marshall Saunders
They answered that they had very ill news to tell, saying in French Nenni est il bon, or it is not good.
"Oh, the Nenni are a trifle frivolous, I'll concede," Magnan said.Gambler's World|John Keith Laumer