verb nick·er \ˈni-kər\
nick·erednick·er·ing \-k(ə-)riŋ\

Definition of NICKER

intransitive verb
:  neigh, whinny
nicker noun

Examples of NICKER

  1. <horses nickering in the barn>

Origin of NICKER

perhaps alteration of neigh
First Known Use: 1641

Related to NICKER

neigh, whicker, whinny



Definition of NICKER

slang British
:  1pound 2a

Origin of NICKER

perhaps from nicker one that nicks
First Known Use: 1910


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