Definition of Nitchie

1. an American Indian [n -S]



Lexicographical Neighbors of Nitchie

nissen fundoplication
nisses
nissl bodies
nissonite
niste
nisus
nit
nit-noid
nit-picker
nit-picking
nit-picky
nit comb
nit nurse
nitazoxanide
nitch
nitchie (current term)
nitchies
nite
nitencies
nitency
nitenpyram
niteosaccharin
niter
niter paper
niterie
niteries
niters
nitery
nites
nithe

Literary usage of Nitchie

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1920)
"Gas-producer Practice at Western Zinc Plants BY QR BROOKS,* BM, AND CC nitchie, f AB, DEPUE, ILL. (Chicago Meeting. September, 1919) WITH the gradual ..."

2. The Association Review by American Association to Promote the Teaching of Speech to the Deaf (1904)
"nitchie, Edward B., 156 Fifth Ave., New York, NY Nixon, Bertha M., 246 Prospect St., Cleveland, Ohio. Nixon, Bessie L., School for the Deaf, Hartford, Conn. ..."

3. The Old Merchants of New York City by Walter Barrett (1885)
"10 Pine street, in a " loan office" with John nitchie. The firm was Irving & nitchie. They had an office at 60 Wall street. Mr. John nitchie was public ..."

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