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Nye

[ nahy ]
/ naɪ /
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noun
Edgar Wilson "Bill Nye", 1850–96, U.S. humorist.
a male given name, form of Aneurin.
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British Dictionary definitions for Nye

nye
/ (naɪ) /

noun
a flock of pheasantsAlso called: nide, eye

Word Origin for nye

C15: from Old French ni, from Latin nīdus nest
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