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Definition of Nihil

Nihil
Nihil Ni"hil, n. [L.] Nothing. Nihil album [L., white nothing] (Chem.), oxide of zinc. See under Zinc. Nihil debet [L., he owes nothing] (Law), the general issue in certain actions of debt. Nihil dicit [L., he says nothing] (Law), a declinature by the defendant to plead or answer. --Tomlins.

Meaning of Nihil from wikipedia

- Nihil is the eighth studio album by German industrial band KMFDM, released on 4 April 1995 by Wax Trax! Records. The album marked the return of former...
- Rivers of Nihil is an American technical death metal band from Reading, Pennsylvania. They are currently signed to Metal Blade Records. To date the band...
- space suits dubbed the creature Nihil, though Nihil himself stated this is a caste title and not his proper name. Nihil ruled over a space station composed...
- Nihil is a 1995 album by German industrial band KMFDM. It may also refer to: Nihil, concept of Nothingness Nihil obstat Nihil novi "Nihil", poem by Jean...
- Nihil obstat (Latin for "nothing hinders" or "nothing stands in the way") is a declaration of no objection to an initiative or an appointment. The phrase...
- Williams College is a private liberal arts college in Williamstown, M****achusetts, United States. It was established in 1793 with funds from the estate...
- Nihil admirari (or "Nil admirari") is a Latin phrase. It means "to be surprised by nothing," or in the imperative, "Let nothing astonish you." Marcus...
- Nihil sine Deo, Latin for "Nothing without God", is used as a motto by the German Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen royal family. This formula was the motto of...
- Nihil novi nisi commune consensu ("Nothing new without the common consent") is the original Latin title of a 1505 act or constitution adopted by the Polish...
- Latin ("ipse se nihil scire id unum sciat"), is a possible paraphrase from a Gr**** text (see below). It is also quoted as "scio me nihil scire" or "scio...
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