OTHER WORDS FROM NigeriaNi·ge·ri·an, adjective, nounpro-Ni·ge·ri·an, adjective, noun
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH NigeriaNiger Nigeria
Examples from the Web for nigeria
Political tensions are underlying every move in Nigeria, where, in February, the next presidential candidates will be nominated.
Fink stresses the need for Nigeria to train and deploy women into more prominent law enforcement roles.
And during a one-week period the next month four different female suicide bombings shook various regions of Nigeria.
There are only 175 countries on that list, which puts Russia on a par with Lebanon and Nigeria.Recession? Devaluation? Inflation? Putin Tells Russia Stay the Course.|Anna Nemtsova|December 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
His father went to the U.S. Embassy in Nigeria and said his kid was dangerous, and that they should revoke his U.S. travel visa.
They form the principal watershed not only of the province of Bauchi, but of the protectorate of Northern Nigeria.
Everett was again at Matadi, waiting for the Nigeria to take on cargo before returning to Liverpool.Once Upon A Time|Richard Harding Davis
Captain Huxham, whom your father had met in Nigeria, owed my father a lot of money, which he did not pay.The Solitary Farm|Fergus Hume
During April and May, 1915, there was sharp fighting on the Nigeria frontier.
The British authorities believe that the yacht will help, or further in some way, a native rising in Southern Nigeria.The Message|Louis Tracy
British Dictionary definitions for nigeria
Cultural definitions for nigeria
A nation in western Africa on the Gulf of Guinea (an arm of the Atlantic Ocean), bordered by Niger to the north, Chad and Cameroon to the east, and Benin to the west. Lagos is the capital and largest city.