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Noun: nix  niks
Usage: informal
  1. No amount at all; something of no value or importance
    - nothing, nil, nada [N. Amer, informal], null, aught [archaic], cipher, cypher, goose egg [N. Amer, informal], naught [N. Amer], zero, zilch [informal], zip, zippo [N. Amer, informal], nought [Brit]
Verb: nix  niks
Usage: N. Amer, informal
  1. Command against
    "Dad nixed our plans";
    - forbid, prohibit, interdict, proscribe, veto, disallow
Pronoun: nix  niks
Usage: informal
  1. Not any thing, nothing at all
    - nowt [UK, dialect], nothing, nought [informal], naught [informal], zilch [informal], zip [N. Amer, informal], zippo [N. Amer, informal], nada [N. Amer, informal]

Sounds like: niecee, nix, nic

Derived forms: nixed, nixes, nixing

Type of: command, relative quantity, require

Encyclopedia: Nix, John